Roadside bombs kill seven Afghan civilians
Seven civilians including two children were killed by roadside bombs in southern Afghanistan Monday, the Interior Ministry said, DPA reported.
The attacks took place in Qarabagh district and the provincial capital of Ghazni province on Monday morning, the ministry said.
The first bomb struck a vehicle in Qarabagh and killed all four passengers including two children. Another bomb in the centre of Ghazni city struck a vehicle and killed three civilians, it said.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
The ministry condemned the attacks and called it the work of by "the enemies of peace and stability," a term often used by officials to describe the Taliban militants.
On Saturday, a suicide car bomber detonated his explosive-laden vehicle outside a public hospital in Logar province, killing more than 30 civilians and injuring dozens of others.