Kandahar, Sept 8 : At least six people were killed and two injured on Monday in a roadside bomb blast in Zabul province of Afghanistan.
The roadside bomb struck a minibus in troubled southern Afghanistan killing five Afghan men and a teenager, quoted The News.
"Six civilians were killed and two were wounded," said Naw Bahar Governor Zarif Khan, and added that another two people were wounded in the blast.
"All the victims were male and one was a 15-year-old boy," said Khan.
Taliban insurgents are suspected to be behind the blast.