100 killed in Afghan violence | The Daily Star:
Provincial health director Najibullah Kamawal and Khogyani both confirmed the latest casualty toll to 32.
The attack came hours after a double bombing in front of a girls' school in the provincial capital Jalalabad, which killed a boy and wounded four others.
The first explosion happened in front of Malika Omaira girls' school at around 8:30 am, Khogyani told AFP earlier.
A second bomb went off as students from a neighbouring boys' school and locals gathered at the scene, he added.
There has been no claim of responsibility for any of the attacks, but the Taliban and the Islamic State (IS) group are active in Nangarhar.