Missiles falling in Afghanistan's eastern Kunar province killed four people on Saturday, a local official said.
The Dangam district has previously been the site of missile attacks, launched from across the border in Pakistan, provincial governor Saed Fazlullah Wahidi said.
As a result of some 300 missiles landing in Kunar province, four civilians including one woman were killed, and six others were injured, Wahidi told TOLOnews.
Most of the residents in the district have been forced to leave their homes as a result of the ongoing shelling, he said.
"These missiles are being were fired from across the border and are still continuing," he added.
Wahidi has told TOLOnews of missile attacks happening for at least the past year. Most recently, a child was killed in Dangam a fortnight ago in a similar barrage of rockets.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai's Deputy Spokesman Seyamak Herawi told TOLOnews late June that if Pakistan does not stop the shelling into Kunar "the issue will be brought to the UN Security Council".