The blasts occurred in densely populated parts of the Afghan capital including near the centrally located Green Zone and at a neighbourhood in the north
Unverified pictures circulating on social media appeared to show damage in at least two separate buildings
A series of loud explosions shook central Kabul on Saturday, including several rockets that landed near the heavily fortified Green Zone where many embassies and international companies are based, according to reports.
No casualties were reported at the time of filing the story but the blasts occurred in densely populated parts of the Afghan capital including near the centrally located Green Zone and at a neighbourhood in the north.
Kabul police spokesman Ferdaws Faramarz confirmed to a media outlet that "multiple rockets" had been fired, while unverified pictures circulating on social media appeared to show damage in at least two separate buildings.
Officials are yet to comment on the matter but the interior ministry said two small "sticky bomb" explosions had been reported earlier Saturday morning, including one that hit a police car, killing one policeman and wounding three others.
Alarms could be heard blaring at embassies and businesses in and around the Green Zone, a massive, heavily fortified quarter that houses dozens of international companies and their workers.
The explosions come ahead of a meeting between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and negotiators from the Taliban and the Afghan government the Gulf state of Qatar.
No group immediately claimed responsibility
There is an ongoing wave of violence that has wrought carnage across Afghanistan in recent months. No group immediately claimed responsibility for Saturday's blasts.