At least four people were killed in a targeted attack in eastern Nangarhar province on Saturday evening, officials said, with one source saying a child was among those killed.
Local officials confirmed the attack and said it occurred in District 3 of Jalalabad city, the provincial center of the province.
According to the officials, those killed were two civilians and two force members of the Islamic Emirate.
According to a source, a child was among those killed.
So far no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
This attack follows an explosion on Friday in Charikar city, the provincial center of Parwan province, north of Kabul.
Bilal Karimi, a deputy head under Zabihullah Mujahid, said the explosion targeted a vehicle of the Islamic Emirate force members.
According to Karimi, after the explosion, new forces arrived at the scene and started a search operation during which a hideout of Daesh fighters was discovered.
Karimi said a few of the Daesh fighters present at the hideout were killed and a few others were arrested.
He also said three to five members of the Islamic Emirate forces were injured in an explosion that happened during the search operation.