At least 48 people have been killed and dozens more wounded in two separate attacks in Afghanistan last week.
In the first blast last Tuesday, a suicide bomber on a motorcycle targeted the campaign rally by President Ashraf Ghani, who is reported to be safe and unharmed.
At least 26 people were killed and more than 40 wounded in the attack, which was claimed by the Taliban.
In a separate incident just hours later, another explosion went off near Kabul's Green Zone, where the defence ministry, US embassy and NATO headquarters are located. Taliban also claimed responsibility for the blast in the capital, saying it was also a suicide attack. 22 people were killed and 38 wounded.
Two week ago, US President Donald Trump abruptly ended talks with the Taliban seeking to reach a deal on the withdrawal of thousands of US troops from Afghanistan in exchange for security guarantees from the group. The talks, which did not include the Afghan government, were intended as a prelude to wider peace negotiations.