An Afghan security personnel, holding a rocket-propelled grenade, stands guard near the site of explosion that targeted the elite American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on August 24, 2016. Explosions and gunfire rang out as militants stormed the elite American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on August 24, 2016, prompting desperate calls for help from students trapped inside classrooms, in the latest attack in the Afghan capital. No group has so far claimed responsibility for the assault, which comes just weeks after two university professors -- an American and an Australian -- were kidnapped at gunpoint near the school. / AFP / WAKIL KOHSAR (Photo credit should read WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Twelve individuals, including seven understudies, were killed in an assault on the American University in Kabul that sent many understudies escaping in frenzy, police said at an opportune time Thursday, before the ambush finished when two shooters were shot dead.

The attack started at around 6:30 p.m. neighborhood time (1400 GMT) on Wednesday with an extensive blast that authorities said was an auto bomb took after by gunfire, as suspected activists struggled into the perplexing where remote staff and students were working.

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