A bicycle bomb attack carried out by Taliban insurgents wounded eight people including two policemen in Afghanistan's southern Ghazni province on Sunday, police said, Xinhua reported.
"The bomb planted on a bicycle went off in Ghazni city this morning as a result eight people including two police were injured, " a senior police officer Ghani Khan told Xinhua.
Ismael Ibrahimzai, the director of health department in Ghazni city, the capital of Ghazni province, told Xinhua that six injured civilians had been taken to hospital.
Taliban militants who were largely behind suicide and roadside bombings have yet to make comment.
More than 1,000 civilians have been killed and over 1,300 others injured in conflicts and Taliban-led insurgency so far this year in Afghanistan.