Taliban-led insurgents fighting the Afghan government set on fire a school and one clinic in eastern Afghanistan, officials said Wednesday.
The militia in the first attack raided a primary school in Gobuz district of Khost province late last night, setting it ablaze and destroyed it, the police chief of the district, Bismillah Khan told Xinhua.
Militants also burned a health clinic in Watapor district of Kunar province, a health official in the province Assadullah told Xinhua.
The building, constructed recently, was burnt to rubble, he official further said.
Taliban insurgents who staged a violent comeback three years ago have been targeting the government interests since then.