At least 10 people were killed and 20 others wounded by a suicide bomber in a market in Afghanistan, in the north-eastern city of Kunduz on Saturday.
Provincial police chief Gen Khalil Andarabi told the BBC that the head of counter-terrorism and the chief of traffic police were among the dead.
The attack took place at around 5.20pm in the heart of the city. The bomber was riding a motorbike.
Also on Saturday, a suicide attacker riding a bicycle killed two civilians in Ghazni province.
On Friday, a suicide bomber in a car attacked a Nato convoy in Kapisa province, killing at least five civilians and wounding 15.