The vehicle was carrying personnel and students at Alberoni University in northern Kapisa province, according to the Interior Ministry.
A roadside bomb hit a minibus carrying professors and college students in northern Afghanistan’s Kapisa province, killing at least four people and injuring 11 more, officials said.
Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian said the minibus was targeted on Saturday during the group’s transfer to Alberoni University. Provincial police spokesman Shayeq Shoresh said the bomb was fired by remote control.
Some of the injured were in critical condition, said Hamed Obaidi, a spokesman for the higher education ministry.
TOLO News, in Afghanistan, reported that the attack took place around 15:15 (10:45 GMT).
No one was immediately responsible for the attack. The ISIL group (ISIS) claimed previous deadly attacks at Kabul University in November last year.
Large strips of war-torn Afghanistan have been filled with bombs and landmines. Many have been planted by fighters to target military convoys, but often kill civilians.
Saturday’s attack comes weeks after the remaining 2,500 to 3,500 U.S. soldiers officially began leaving the country.
They will disappear no later than September 11th. The withdrawal comes amid a resurgence of the Taliban, which controls or maintains control of half of Afghanistan.
Under an agreement signed by the Taliban and the U.S. last year, Washington was to withdraw troops in exchange for Taliban security guarantees and for the group to enter into peace talks with the Afghan government.
However, a the last few months, violence in the country has skyrocketed.
Three weeks ago, one bomb attack outside a school in the capital, Kabul killed 68 people, mostly students, and injured 165 more.
About 1,800 Afghan civilians were killed or wounded in the first three months of 2021 during fighting between government forces and Taliban fighters, the United Nations said last month.