Addressing a press conference in Jakarta, the National Police spokesman Argo Yuwono said an investigation was underway to nab the perpetrators, Xinhua news agency reported.
At least 32 people were killed and over 100 people wounded in the blasts on Thursday.
"The long, monitored, discussions of Usman Khan about the madrassa and his attitudes towards it and terrorism are highly eloquent of the seriousness of their purpose."
The combined number of surviving 'hibakusha' (atomic bomb survivor) from the two attacks stood at 145,844 as of March 2019, with their average age at 82.65.
Mohibullah Mohib, spokesman for the provincial police chief in Farah, says six people were wounded in the bombing Wednesday morning in Bala Buluk district.
Many viewed the United States' withdrawal from the region as the direct growth of Russia and Iran's influence in Syria.
The area was crowded as people were making their way to vote at Tameer-e-Nau Model School. Polling has come to a halt at the polling station after the blast.
With support from Russia, the Security Council adopted a resolution on the ceasefire to allow for humanitarian aid deliveries and medical evacuations, but the measure did not specify when the truce would go into force beyond saying it should be "without delay."
The President made a strong plea for peace at an international conference on Afghanistan attended by around two dozen countries, which was held under tight security as armoured vehicles patrolled the streets and fighter jets roared over the capital.
Baghdad: The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a bombing that targeted a police station in Baghdad's centre, and Iraqi officials said the blast...
Army troops and police killed ringleader Joselito Melloria in a gun battle with about seven militants near Clarin town in Bohol province. Melloria's companions fled and three of them were later killed by troops.
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Al-Bab is IS's final stronghold in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo and has come under fierce attack by Turkish forces and allied Syrian rebels in recent months.
"The girl was clearly not more than 10 and this could have made her too nervous, making her to detonate the explosives prematurely," the aid worker suggested.
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