At least 33 people including policemen were killed or injured in latest spate of violence across Afghanistan, officials said Sunday.
Provincial governor spokesman for Ghazni, Shafiq Nang said at least two policemen were killed along with 7 militants following an attack on a police check post in Ghazni city on Sunday morning.
Local officials in western Herat province said at least one policeman was killed and four others were injured in separate incidents in this province.
Security officials in Herat said a policeman was injured after gunmen riding motorcycle opened fire on a police check post late Saturday.
Another policeman was killed and three others were injured following improvised explosive device (IED) explosions in Chesht district, officials said.
In the meantime, officials in Logar province said at least two policemen were injured and 17 militants were killed following clashes between Afghan Local Police (ALP) forces and Taliban militants in Baraki Barak district.
Provincial governor spokesman, Din Mohammad Darwish said the incident took place late Saturday evening.
The Taliban militants group has not commented regarding the report so far.