Four killed in police firing in Afghanistan
In Kabul, four people were killed and eight injured after police fired to halt protesters demanding the government step down in the wake of a devastating bomb attack.
Crowds rallied near the site of Wednesday's blast, chanting anti-government and anti-Taliban slogans.
Police in riot gear also used tear gas and water cannon to block them from the presidential palace.
About 90 people died in the bomb blast, one of the deadliest in Kabul in years.