A dozen people were injured in an explosion that took place at the University of Ghazni, capital of the homonymous province of eastern Afghanistan, Afghan media reported.
The Tolo News channel, citing sources from the provincial hospital of Ghazni, reported that at least eight students were admitted to this medical center.
For its part, Channel 1 TV News reported that a bomb detonated in a classroom of the Darí School of Literature, causing injuries to a dozen students. The attacks have not yet been claimed.
Afghanistan is experiencing a situation of instability due to attacks launched by the Taliban and, since 2015, the terrorist group Daesh, despite the strong military presence of the US and its allies.
The Taliban have put conditions on the peace process in Afghanistan, demanding the withdrawal of foreign troops and insisting on making a direct deal for the schedule of American withdrawal with the US, and not through the Afghan government.
In the first six months of this year, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (Unama) documented 3,812 civilian victims – 1,366 dead and 2,446 wounded due to continued violence.