There has been no claim of responsibility for series of explosions, which left at least three dead.
At least three people have been killed and some 20 wounded in a series of blasts in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, according to local sources.
News agencies quoting witnesses and security sources said the fatalities occurred during at least three explosions in the capital of Nangarhar province on Saturday.
“In one attack, a Taliban vehicle patrolling in Jalalabad was targeted,” a Taliban official, who asked not to be named, told AFP news agency.
“Women and children were among the injured,” he said.
Pictures taken at the site of a blast showed a green pick-up truck with a white Taliban flag surrounded by debris as armed fighters looked on.
The Taliban stormed to power in mid-August, overthrowing the government as the United States-led international forces completed their withdrawal from Afghanistan. The group has promised to restore security to the violence-racked country.
Reuters news agency reported a total of five blasts, citing sources who said they had received information from hospitals and witnesses.
An official from the health department of Nangarhar Province told AFP that three people died and 18 were wounded, while several local media reported the attacks left at least two dead. Reuters and The Associated Press news agency also put the death toll at three, citing local sources.
The Taliban has yet to comment on the reported explosions, while no one has claimed responsibility.
Nangarhar is the heartland of the Islamic State in Khorasan Province, ISKP (ISIS-K), a rival of the Taliban.
The chaotic US-led evacuation of foreigners and Afghans who worked for international forces was marred by a devastating bomb attack claimed by ISKP which killed scores of people.