August 14 was the most devastating day for civilians since last December 6, 84 died in attacks on the Shia community in Kabul and Mazar-i-Sharif.
The attacks have occurred in the provinces of Nimroz (southwest), Kunduz (North) and Badakhshan (northeastern). In the first two provinces the attacks occurred in markets, causing maximum casualties.
In Nimroz (bordering Iran), usually a quiet area, at least 31 people have died in the provincial capital, Zaranj, according to the governor, Abdul Karim Brahawi, and a hundred injured.
Three suicide bombers blew their load near a bazaar where many people had gathered for shopping before Eid el Fitr, the end party of Ramadan, according to a police officer.
The attackers were part of a group of 11 insurgents, two of them were killed last night. Three were arrested this morning and three others were killed during the day.
In another attack at least 10 Afghan civilians were killed and 28 others were injured when a bomb exploded in a crowded market in the province of Kunduz, north of Afghanistan. The bomb, placed on a motorcycle was triggered remotely.
Meanwhile, in Badakhshan a district governor was killed in an ambush along with three bodyguards and a policeman.