FARAH -- Roadside bombs in Farah and Ghazni provinces killed at least six civilians and wounded five others.
In one incident Monday (September 16), five Ghazni University students were wounded and their driver was killed after their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in Ghazni city, Arif Noori, spokesperson for the Ghazni governor, said in a statement.
On Sunday (September 15), at least five more civilians were killed after a roadside bomb hit their vehicle in Farah city, according to a statement by the Farah police.
Women and children were among those killed, said the statement.
Officials of both provinces blamed the Taliban for the roadside bombs.
The Taliban did not immediately comment.