KUNDUZ, Afghanistan, May 4 (Xinhua) -- At least two civilians were wounded Sunday in a bomb attack in Kunduz city, the provincial capital of northern Afghan province of Kunduz, police said.
"A sticky bomb attached to an army jeep went off in Chaifrosha locality at around 11:40 a.m. local time, leaving two civilians wounded," the provincial police spokesman Sayyed Sarwar Housaini told Xinhua.
The seriously injured men were shifted to a hospital. Two army personnel of the vehicle escaped unhurt, he said.
The Taliban insurgent group has intensified attacks in spring and summer known as the fighting season in the war-torn country.
On Thursday, 13 people, including six police officers, were killed and 20 others wounded in a Taliban suicide car bombing in eastern Panjshir province.