Militants from the Islamic State (IS) group have said they were behind 2 recent attacks within the Afghan capital Kabul in which dozens of individuals died.
On Wednesday, forty-eight individuals were killed in the bombing of an education center. Most of them were students studying for university entrance exams.
On Thursday, a training center for the intelligence services was attacked.
IS said it carried out the “commando” operation and claimed to have caused high casualties.
Afghan officials said at least two militants were killed but did not mention any other deaths or injuries.
Also on Wednesday, Taliban militants said they could no longer guarantee safe passage for Red Cross staff working in Afghanistan, amid a row over the treatment of Taliban prisoners in a jail in Kabul.