A roadside bomb struck a minivan filled with college lecturers and students in Afghanistan’s northern Kapisa province on Saturday, killing at the least 4 and wounding 11 others, Afghan officers mentioned.
Inside ministry spokesman Tariq Arian mentioned the minivan was focused whereas travelling to convey the group to Alberoni College.
Provincial police spokesman Shayeq Shoresh mentioned the bomb was set off by distant management.
Nobody instantly claimed duty for the assault. Earlier lethal assaults on Kabul college in November final 12 months have been claimed by the Islamic State group.
Giant swaths of war-ravaged Afghanistan have been suffering from bombs and land mines. Many have been planted by insurgents to focus on navy convoys, however they typically kill civilians as an alternative.
Kapisa provincial hospital chief Abdul Qasem Sangin mentioned that medical doctors have been among the many casualties in Saturday’s minivan assault.