Afghans carry the dead body of a civilian after a suicide attack in Trin Kot, capital of Uruzgan province, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. Afghan officials say a suicide car bomber killed seven people and wounded 42 in an attack on a crowded restaurant in the southern part of the country. (AP Photo)
KABUL, Afghanistan — A suicide car bomber killed eight people and wounded 41 in an attack today in southern Afghanistan, officials said.
Gen. Matiullah Khan, police chief of Uruzgan province, said the explosion hit a building with a hotel and restaurant in Tirin Kot, southern Afghanistan.
He warned that several people are seriously wounded.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.
In a separate incident, three civilians were killed by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan’s Helmand Province.
Omer Zawak, spokesman for the provincial governor, said three other people were wounded in the attack in Marjah District.