This was the moment a rocket struck the Afghan capital Kabul - one of more than a dozen to hit the city Tuesday (August 18).
Officials said at least ten people - including children - were wounded and foreign embassies went into lockdown when the attack took place.
A government spokesman said 14 rockets landed in different parts of the city and were fired from two vehicles.
Witnesses say they heard at least four rockets land near the Green Zone, the diplomatic area home to many embassies and NATO's headquarters.
This man says he saw a rocket hit a residential house. "What can poor people do?" he asks, "We only want peace."
The identity of the attackers is unknown as of Tuesday afternoon, though two suspects have been arrested.
Just hours before, Afghan president Ashraf Ghani had attended an event in Kabul to celebrate the country's independence day.
The attack also comes at a politically sensitive time for Afghanistan...
The U.S. is encouraging peace talks between the government and Taliban insurgents, while also preparing to withdraw the last troops to end almost 19 years of war.
Last week, the Afghan government released Taliban prisoners the militants wanted freed before they would agree to start peace negotiations.