The Taliban says two separate bomb explosions in a predominately Shi'ite neighborhood of the Afghan capital claimed the lives of two civilians and wounded four others.
Two were killed and three others wounded when a car bomb exploded in the Dasht-e Barchi area of western Kabul, the Taliban’s Interior Ministry spokesman, Sayed Khosti, told RFE/RL on December 10.
A woman sustained injuries in another bomb blast in the same area, Khosti added.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blasts, which followed similar attacks in Kabul claimed by the local affiliate of the Islamic State extremist group, the Islamic State-Khorasan (IS-K).
Twin bombings in Dasht-e Barchi on November 17 that killed or wounded a total of seven people were claimed by IS-K.
IS-K is an enemy of the Taliban, which came back to power after toppling the Western-backed government in Kabul in mid-August.
Afghanistan's Shi'ite Hazara minority has been the target of repeated attacks by IS-K militants.
Hazara represent Afghanistan's third-largest ethnic group. They have faced long-term discrimination and persecution in predominantly Sunni Afghanistan.