KABUL, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) -- A blast rocked the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday leaving six people dead, an eyewitness said.
"I saw some six bodies on the ground, mostly civilians, but I cannot say if the blast was a suicide bombing or rocket attack," Mohammad Jamil told Xinhua.
The explosion took place at 11:30 a.m. local time in Shashdarak area, a neighborhood close to ISAF headquarters and U.S. embassy.
Meanwhile, a police official who declined to give his name said it was a rocket attack which slammed into Shashdarak area.
Officials have yet to make comment on casualties.
The blast coincided with the event to mark the 11th martyrdom anniversary of late resistance leader and national hero Ahmad Shah Masoud amid tight security.