KABUL, Afghanistan (CNN) -- A remote-controlled bomb targeting a mini-bus carrying Afghan army personnel went off in Kabul Sunday morning, killing a woman and wounding five others, police said.
According to the defense ministry, the woman who died was a civilian as were two of the others who were wounded. Three army personnel were also injured, the defense ministry said.
The mini-bus was headed to the defense ministry, as it does twice a day ferrying Afghan National Army personnel.
The bomb had been hidden by the side of the road in the western part of the city, Jalil said.
It was the second attack in the city since Thursday when a suicide bomber targeted a convoy of international soldiers in eastern Kabul.
Three civilians were killed in the ensuing blast. No soldier was hurt.
Journalist Farhad Peikar contributed to this report.
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