One person has been killed within an attack on the offices of a worldwide charity in the middle of the Afghan capital, Kabul, reports say.
A suicide bomber targeted the humanitarian organisation Care in the Shar-e-Naw region and gunmen then stormed the building, Tolo News TV reported.
Cops were trading fire with the attackers, the report included.
Before, some blasts left almost 100 others and at least 24 people dead.
An army general and two senior police officers were among the dead from those strikes, a ministry of defence spokesperson told the BBC.
The Taliban, who’ve carried out frequent attacks in Kabul, said they were responsible for the blasts.
In the newest episode, a car bomb was detonated at the gate of the compound, officials say.
A police spokesman told the BBC that 31 people have already been rescued in the building, and that six other people were wounded.
Traffic was blocked in several parts of the city and schools were closed.