Two bombers attacked buses carrying police cadets on their way to the capital on Thursday, killing 27 people and wounding dozens more on the western outskirts of Kabul.
The government issued a directive to increase security in the northern Nigeria camp, with the deadly attack just the latest to rock the country so far this year.
The attack was the latest in a series to hit the Afghan capital this year as the Kabul government has pushed to revive a stalled peace process with the Taliban that broke down last year.
The home of a tribal elder in the Afghan city of Jalalabad was attacked when people were gathered to celebrate his son's release from Taliban captivity.
The attack near Bagram Airfield, the largest US military facility in the country, is the latest in a string of brazen Taliban operations, including a recent assault on the Spanish Embassy in Kabul and an attack on the Kandahar airbase.
The latest issue of Dabiq contains a short editorial praising the attacks in Paris, and a photo of the bomb that the group claims brought down a jet in Egypt.
Some are using the Arabic hashtag "Paris is in flames" to celebrate the attack, while others tagged statements of sympathy, or merely shared news.
Three US civilian contractors for NATO were among those killed in an attack that occurred during the evening rush hour in the Afghan capital.
The unprecedented plan to collect DNA samples from everyone living in Kuwait has rankled privacy advocates and raised human rights concerns.
At least 25 people have been killed, and the death toll is expected to rise, after an explosion rocked the Shia Al-Sadiq Mosque, Kuwait City, following Friday prayers.
A Taliban spokesman condemned an attack that killed at least 33 people and wounded more than 100 others in the city of Jalalabad, calling it an "evil act."
The group Ajnad Misr claimed responsibility for an explosion Sunday in Cairo that killed one police officer and wounded at least two civilians.