At least six people were killed, with another 18 injured in a terrorist attack in northern Afghanistan, local police spokesman Sayed Sarwar Hussian said.
The incident occurred in the Khan Abad district, Kunduz province. The bomb was placed in a bicycle and detonated by a remote control device.
Police said that at least three children were injured in the attack.
Attacks are a daily occurrence in Afghanistan, but the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) is going to begin handing over responsibility for security in some areas to Afghan military and police at the end of June.