A bomb attached to the vehicle of a former presenter on Afghanistan’s TOLO TV exploded early on Saturday, killing the journalist and two other civilians, Kabul police said.
The blast site lies within a high security zone where some of the country's major US-equipped army bases are located, military sources say.
Smoke plume was observed in the neighborhood after the blast, the witnesses reported.
The blast occurred on Thursday at the Chenjiagang Industrial Park in the city of Yancheng, in Jiangsu province, and the fire was finally brought under control at 3.00am on Friday (1900 GMT), state television said.
A big explosion was heard in the heart of Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Saturday, with clouds of smoke seen above the scene of blast, a Reuters witness reported.
At least seven people were killed in an attack on the Afghan communications ministry in central Kabul on Saturday, breaking months of relative calm in the capital and underlining the continued security threats despite efforts to open peace talks with the Taliban.
The Fujairah Media Office denied media reports that explosions took place at the Port of Fujairah on Sunday morning.
Four Pakistani soldiers have been killed by an improvised explosive device in a tribal region along the Afghan border, Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday.
Fifteen others were also wounded in the attack near Yadud village, some seven kilometres (four miles) outside the provincial capital of Daraa city, the Britain-based monitor said.