The bodies of two young women employed by Afghan Film in Kabul, who had been missing since Saturdayís explosion, were finally tracked down by their families on Sunday.
The families of Tayeba Mousavi and Fatama Mohammadi confirmed Sunday they found the womenís bodies at the government forensic medicine department.
The discovery comes after both families had desperately searched for the women at all hospitals.
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According to the families, both women had been burnt beyond recognition.
At least seven civilians were killed and six others wounded in two separate explosions on Saturday afternoon in Dasht-e-Barchi in PD13 and in PD6 near the Ali Jinnah Hospital.
In both instances IEDs were detonated against vehicles, according to police.
The Ministry of Interior reported that all the victims were civilians.
So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the attacks.