A Kabul police spokesperson said the blasts at the Abdul Rahim Shahid school were caused by improvised explosive devices and left at least six people killed and 11 wounded.
Shia Muslim community in Kandahar accused the Taliban of not taking necessary security measures at mosques, expressing concern about their safety after two bomb attacks targeted the minority group in two weeks.
But the militant group's opponents have warned that the move can invite US sanctions on a country that's already reeling under an economic crisis.
The New York-based campaign group had previously said that hundreds of activists, academics and lawyers are serving lengthy sentences in UAE jails, often following unfair trials on vague and broad charges.
Eyewitnesses said all but seven or eight of the victims were schoolgirls going home after finishing studies.
Protests over the brutal killing of 11 Hazara minority coal miners by Daesh spill over to several areas, including the economic powerhouse Karachi, officials say.
Washington's offer to help Iran fight the coronavirus pandemic is strange since the US is facing its own shortages in dealing with the outbreak, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says.
Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani urged leaders to abandon partisan politics in choosing a new head of government and said he would have no involvement in efforts to replace Adil Abdul Mahdi.
Most of the victims belong to the Shia Hazara minority, which has been similarly targeted in the past.
The Sikh minority in the country has been living on the edge ever since extremists began to target them.
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