According to the Ministry of the Interior, the car is taking faculty, staff and students to Alberoni University in northern Afghanistan.
Officials said a roadside bomb hit a minibus carrying university lecturers and students in Parvin province in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 4 people and injuring 11 others.
Interior Ministry spokesperson Tariq Arian said that the minibus was attacked on Saturday in the provincial capital Charikar and the group was moved to Albert in the neighboring province of Cabisa. Ronnie University.
Shayeq Shoresh, a spokesman for the Cabisa Provincial Police, said the bomb was detonated by remote control.
The Ministry of Higher Education stated that at least two of the victims were lecturers at the University of Alberoni, adding that the injured included the dean of the university and some students.
The spokesperson of the Ministry of Higher Education Hamid Obadi said that some of the wounded are in critical condition.
TOLO News in Afghanistan reported that the attack occurred around 3:15 pm (10:45 GMT).
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, and the Taliban denied their involvement.
The deadly attack on Kabul University in November last year was claimed by the Islamic State (ISIS) organization.
Large areas of war-torn Afghanistan are full of bombs and mines. Many have been planted by combatants to target military convoys, but they often kill civilians.
Saturday’s attack occurred a few weeks after the remaining 2,500 to 3,500 U.S. troops officially began to leave the country.
They will disappear by September 11 at the latest. The withdrawal took place at the time of the re-emergence of the Taliban, which controls or controls more than half of Afghanistan.
According to an agreement signed by the Taliban and the United States last year, Washington will withdraw its troops in exchange for the Taliban’s security guarantees and allow the organization to start peace talks with the Afghan government.
However, in Recent months, The country’s violence has surged.
Three weeks ago, one Bomb attack Outside a school in the capital Kabul, 68 people were killed, most of them students, and another 165 were injured.
The United Nations said last month that in the fighting between government forces and Taliban fighters, nearly 1,800 Afghan civilians were killed or injured in the first three months of 2021.