PUL-E-KHUMRI, Afg-hanistan, (Agencies) - A roadside bomb destroyed a car carrying nine people to a wedding in northeastern Afghanistan on Sunday, killing everyone inside including one child, the provincial governor said. Six women and two men were the other victims of the blast in Baghlan province, north of Kabul, said governor Abdul Majid. It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the blast. A mine struck a civilian minibus, provincial governor Abdul Majeed said. Nine civilians - six women, a child and two men - have been killed. The road is often used by the PRT (provincial reconstruction team) soldiers. All the casualties are civilians. The incident was also confirmed by Major Qudratullah, a spokesman for police in Baghlan province. The incident came a day after six civilians were killed by a roadside bomb which hit a minibus in the Sangin district of southern Afghanistans troubled Helmand province. Afghanistans interior ministry says that last year 2,043 civilians died as a result of Taliban attacks and military operations targeting the militants. Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) or home-made bombs are a frequent cause of death for civilians in Afgha-nistan. There are around 140,000 international troops in the country fighting the Taliban insurgents who were ousted from power in a 2001 US-led invasion.