Afghan officials say 12 civilians, including seven women, have been killed in a roadside bombing in eastern Afghanistan.
The attack took place on May 31 in the Giro district of Ghazni Province.
District Governor Abdullah Khairkhwah said the victims were travelling after a wedding ceremony when their vehicle hit the bomb.
Two other civilians were also wounded in the explosion.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the blast.
Roadside bombs -- commonly used by Taliban militants -- are a major threat to both Afghan security forces and civilians across the country.
Based on reporting by AFP and AP