Local officials in northern Baghlan province said at least 14 Taliban militants blew themselves up while making mines at the house of a local Taliban commander.
During the traffic of clash between Taliban and security forces in northern Baghlan province the Kabul-Mazar-i-Sharif highway was closed on Saturday, an official said.
Taliban insurgents cut a power transition line which transmits the electricity from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to Kabul.
From 1 January to 31 March 2018, UNAMA documented 2,258 civilian casualties (763 deaths and 1,495 injured), reflecting similar levels of civilian harm documented in the first three months of 2017 and 2016.
According to officials a bomb blast took place near a peace advocacy tent in the capital of southeastern Khost province on Thursday, but fortunately caused no casualties.
Security officials in eastern part of country say that at least 2 ISIS fighters got themselves killed while they were trying to plant a mine.
Security Officials in southeastern Ghazni province have said that with the help of NATO air support, the Afghan forces have managed to take back the control of Khawja Omari district.
Kabul police has foiled three would-be terror attack plots in capital Kabul before terrorists manage to carry out their destructive plots.
Khawja Omari district fell to the Taliban after they launched a coordinated attack on the district, provincial official confirmed.
According to authorities said on Wednesday, six members of a family have been killed as a result of personal enmity in the Behsud district of eastern Nangarhar province.