A suicide attack in Afghanistan’s capital has killed at least 10 people and wounded 20 others, including schoolchildren, the interior ministry said.
The explosion struck outside an education centre in a heavily Shiite neighbourhood of western Kabul.
Interior ministry spokesman Tariq Arian said the attacker was trying to enter the centre when he was stopped by security guards.
No group claimed immediate responsibility for the bombing.
The Taliban rejected any connection with the attack.
An Islamic State affiliate claimed responsibility for a similar suicide attack at an education centre in August 2018, in which 34 students were killed.
Within Afghanistan, IS has launched large-scale attacks on minority Shiites, whom it views as apostates.
The US signed a peace deal with the Taliban in February, opening up a path towards withdrawing American troops from the conflict.
Earlier on Saturday, a roadside bomb killed nine people in eastern Afghanistan after it struck a minivan full of civilians, a local official said.
Ghazni province police spokesman Ahmad Khan Sirat said a second roadside bomb killed two policemen, after it struck their vehicle that was making its way to the victims of the first explosion.
He added that the bombings had wounded several others, and that the attacks were under investigation.
No-one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks.
The provincial police spokesman claimed the Taliban had placed the bomb.