barrage of rockets has hit residential areas of Kabul, killing at least eight people and wounding more than 30, Afghan officials say.
More than a dozen rockets were fired from a pickup truck inside the city, the interior ministry said.
The regional Islamic State group said it was behind it.
The attack happened hours before a meeting between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Taliban negotiators in an effort to resume peace talks.
Earlier this week, the outgoing Trump administration announced plans to withdraw 2,000 troops from Afghanistan by mid-January. The decision was criticised amid concerns the sharp, fast reduction of troops would weaken the Afghan government’s ability to deal with a resurgent Taliban and other militants.
Many analysts fear the Afghan army is not strong enough to fight on its own if violence continues after foreign troops have left.