ARGHANDAB (Agencies) - Two bomb explosions on Sunday tore through a crowd of villagers watching a dogfight in the southern Afghanistan province of Kandahar, killing at least 10, officials said. Zemarai Bashary, Afghan interior ministry spokesman in Kabul, said the bombing in Arghandab district targeted villagers and a police vehicle, killing eight civilians and two police. There have been two bomb blasts, one at the middle of a gathering and the other on the side of the road nearby. Eight civilians have been killed, two cops have been killed, the spokesman said. He said a dozen civilians and five police were injured. He did not give details. Shah Mohammad, the district chief of Arghandab, said the attack was aimed at villagers watching a dogfight. People had gathered to watch dogfight. Two explosions, from planted bombs, happened. Eight people, all civilians, have been killed, he said. At the blast site, human flesh was scattered across the area and several barking dogs were leashed to nearby electricity poles. The bombing follows a deadly Taliban-led campaign of blasts and suicide attacks that have rocked Afghanistan in recent weeks and killed more than 100 people, mostly civilians, this month. On February 20, nearly 40 people were killed in a gun and suicide attack by at least four Taliban militants on a bank in the eastern city of Jalalabad. That attack was the deadliest to hit the country since June last year. Most of the recent attacks have targeted densely packed civilian areas. On Saturday a suicide bomber in the northern province of Faryab killed four people during a buzkashi match, a traditional Afghan game played on horseback with a dead calf or goat. Another bombing, using a roadside improvised explosive device, killed nine civilians including women and children in the eastern province of Khost on Saturday.