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The Pakistani Taliban is taking credit for the attacks that also wounded 30.
The private radio station, Samaa, has been broadcasting political, religious, social and entertainment programmes in the central province of Ghazni since 2013.
Death toll in Sunday’s central Afghanistan suicide bombing – claimed by the Islamist group – hits 14, with at least 183 wounded.
For a group notorious for its conservative attitude to women's rights, the move represents a step towards addressing demands that women be included in the talks on n the future of Afghanistan.
"I have learned different types of hunting from my ancestors because they were hunters too," said 49-year-old Jan Agha, a farmer in Parwan province.
The spread of operations across most parts of the country underlined the struggle facing the Afghan government.
U.S. and Taliban officials have held several rounds of talks but the Taliban has refused to talk directly to the Afghan government, which they consider an illegitimate regime.
This year, Afghan forces beat the Taliban to naming their offensive, launching a spring operation dubbed "Khaled," an Arabic word for "endless," said the Afghan security source.
Peace talks between US and Taliban officials began late last year.
Current and former US officials tell Reuters they believe Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is positioning himself to perhaps be a spoiler in still-fragile negotiations.
The air strike early on Saturday was part of a battle between the Taliban and combined Afghan and US forces that lasted about 30 hours in Kunduz.
The civilian deaths occurred as Afghan and Taliban forces claimed to inflict heavy losses on each other in Kunduz and Helmand, two Taliban strongholds.
Police were also injured in the explosion, said provincial police chief Tadeen Khan.
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