A suicide attacker detonated a bomb in Afghan capital Kabul on Wednesday, killing nine and injuring 28 others, a spokesperson of the Afghan Defense Ministry said.
"The attacker carried the bomb in a motorcycle and detonated when he drove to the parking area of a military training center. Nine including five Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers were killed, and 28 others injured," Mohammad Zahir Azimi told Xinhua.
"The explosion happened beside four buses in a parking area, and caused many casualties," Massoud, a witness told Xinhua.
Also on Wednesday, two policemen and a civilian died and four civilians were injured in a mine explosion planted by Taliban militants in the eastern Afghan province of Kunar.
on Tuesday, a Bangladeshi engineer working for UN Project Services was badly injured by a roadside bomb when his car was traveling in the Afghan eastern province of Nangarhar.
Taliban, failed to derail the Afghan parliamentary election, didn't stop the attacks against the Afghan and foreign troops in which many civilians have become victims.