Second explosion happened in Shahr-e-Naw area, in Kabul's PD10 area, reports said.
"The enemies of Afghanistan are proving nothing else with these attacks other than their enmity towards the people of Afghanistan", it said, in a statement. ISIS claimed responsibility for those attacks.
Suicide bombers attacked two police stations in Afghanistan's capital, and then battled security forces from buildings they occupied in the latest spate of violence.
The Afghan interior ministry on Wednesday said that a suicide bomber blew himself up in front of the police station in central Kabul near foreign embassies and government offices.
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Those figures are drastically higher than other social media services, such as Twitter and Instagram (also owned by Facebook). Despite the scandal and the investigations user growth on Facebook does not seem to have been affected.
Afghan officials say at least three suicide bombers have struck two police stations in the capital, Kabul, wounding at least six people.
At least two people are reportedly dead and at least six injured Wednesday after multiple explosions in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Earlier this year the top US commander in Afghanistan, General John Nicholson, said protecting Kabul would be the "main effort" after repeated major attacks, including one in January that killed more than 100 people. He says the Taliban also captured several villages nearby.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the second of the attacks that come just over a week after twin blasts in Kabul killed 25 people, said chief photographer Shah Marai and eight other journalists. Those attacks were claimed by IS.
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We will look tomorrow and see what damage has been done, he is a little bit anxious (about Kiev) but says it's something minor. The result: "We've experienced a great football match, and at the end it's a draw, which I'm not sure is deserved or not".
One blast took place near a police station.
Elsewhere in Afghanistan, the Taliban attacked a college getting used as a voter registration middle, killing eight troopers within the newest in a collection of assaults concentrating on preparations for elections later this 12 months.
In a briefing Monday to the Afghan parliament, Afghan defense and interior ministers said more than 250 Afghan troops had died in various Taliban attacks across the country in the span of a week.
General John Nicholson, who leads USA and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces in Afghanistan, said previously that protecting Kabul was a priority for foreign troops. "But preventing attacks would be challenging in the sprawling city that is poorly mapped and extremely porous".
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Police also revealed that the incident is coming days after another teenager was burned to death in the same state. The arrests come a month after the government approved the death penalty for the rape of girls under 12 years old.
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