Three blasts were reported in Afghanistan killing three people, including two civilians and police officials here on Saturday morning.
According to the details, three people died in three separate explosions in Kabul within two hours.
The first blast took place at a shop in Bagh-e-Qazi in Kabul’s PD1 district, police said. However, the type of blast is unknown so far.
People and security forces were busy helping the wounded when a second blast happened in which two civilians, including one Afghan Hindu, were killed and five more, including two Afghan Hindus, were wounded, police said.
The third blast targeted a police vehicle in Hese Awal north of Kabul.
Earlier, an alleged bomb blast at a religious gathering in Afghanistan’s Ghazni District had killed 15 people, including 11 children, and injured 20 others.
Ghazni governor’s spokesman Wahidullah Jumazada said most of those killed in the blast were under 18.
Afghan government officials, social activists and journalists had blamed the Taliban for such bombings.
Small-scale bombings had killed at least 10 government officials in recent weeks, most of them in the capital, Kabul.