AT-KABUL: At least four civilians have been killed in a roadside bombing in Ghazni province the other day, said an official source.
Shafiq Nang, spokesman for the provincial governor office, said the incident happened on Saturday when a vehicle of civilians struck a roadside bomb in Moqur district of the province. He added that all the victims of the incident were members of the same family.
A man along with his wife and two children has been killed in the blast, he said.
No one has accepted the responsibility of the incident so far.
It is worth mentioning that most of civilian casualties are caused by roadside bombs, known as improvised explosive devices (IEDs).