Taliban and Daesh group claimed responsibility for the attacks on two police stations in the Afghan capital. Officials say a total of eight suicide bombers took part in the attacks in which over a dozen people were wounded as well.
Ashraf Ghani says the Afghan government will provide passports and issue visas to Taliban members and their families and also open an office for them in Kabul.
Attack on an outpost near military academy in Afghanistan's capital has killed at least 11 soldiers and wounded 16 others, a defence ministry official said. Daesh claimed responsibility for the assault.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast which hit a police checkpoint in an area near foreign embassies and government buildings. The attack comes only days after the Intercontinental Hotel siege in the capital.
As many as 13 people, including both Afghan army soldiers and civilians, were killed and 18 wounded by a car bomb in the southern province of Helmand.
A suicide and gun attack on a Shia mosque in the western city of Herat also wounded over 60 individuals, mostly thought to be worshippers. More than 1,700 civilians have been killed in attacks in Afghanistan so far this year.
Afghan police use live ammunition to disperse hundreds of demonstrators at the site of Wednesday's truck bomb attack in which 90 people were killed. The protesters were demanding resignation of President Ashraf Ghani's government.
Six people were killed in the attack on the national television and radio station in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad. The attack was claimed by Daesh.
During a joint raid on April 27, US and Afghan troops killed Abdul Hasib, head of Daesh Khorasan. He was appointed last year after his predecessor died in a US drone strike.
Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack which also wounded at least 35 people, including three US troops, when a NATO convoy was targeted in rush hour traffic.
A military official said most of the soldiers killed in the Taliban attack were young recruits.
The Pentagon says Qari Yasin was a senior figure from Balochistan who had ties to the Tehrik-e-Taliban group and had plotted multiple attacks.
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