A double suicide bombing at a wrestling club in the Afghan capital Kabul has killed at least 20 people and injured 70, officials say.
After a suicide bomber killed four people in the club, a second bomber in a car attacked emergency services responding to the incident.
Two journalists from the Tolo news channel were killed and four others injured by the car bomb.
The attacks happened in a predominantly Shia Muslim district of the city.
In a post on Twitter, Tolo's head, Lotfullah Najafizada, said the outlet had lost two of its best journalists.
The attack has not yet been claimed by any group but so-called Islamic State has carried out similar attacks in the Dasht-e-Barchi district.
The neighbourhood is home to many members of the Hazara minority.
In April, a BBC reporter was killed in the eastern province of Khost,
In 2017, Afghanistan was ranked the third most dangerous country in the world for journalists by Reporters without Borders.