Afghan President Hamid Karzai has called on NATO-led forces to move out of all Afghan villages after the shooting spree in Kandahar in which 16 civilians lost their lives.
13 people have been killed and two were wounded in Dirawaud district of Uruzgan province.
Police chief Faried Aeel told ITV News that a small car was hit by a roadside bomb this morning around 11:15am. Nine children and four women were killed. The driver and one more person were wounded.
US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has met Afghan President Hamid Karzai on the second day of his visit to Afghanistan.
The meeting followed a US soldier's shooting of 16 civilians in Kandahar, amid questions over the West's strategy in Afghanistan.
Among demands being raised by Afghan civilians and parliament members is that the soldier responsible be tried in Afghanistan over the shooting, one of the worst of its kind since US-backed Afghan forces toppled the Taliban in 2001.
The deputy Governor for Zabul, Mohammad Jan Rasool Yar has confirmed a protest is taking place in the Zabul province, Afghanistan. The peaceful protest began at 8.30am, with demonstrators blocking the Zabul and Kandahar road until 10:00am. The highways were reopened after an hour.
A 1000 people turned out for the demonstration according to Rasool Yar. He also added that the demonstrators were saying "death to Americans" and "death to the puppets of the Americans".
The protesters are demanding that all foreign troops should leave Afghanistan and the US soldier who killed 16 civilians in Kandahar to be tried in Afghanistan.
An Afghan man who drove a vehicle onto an airport runway at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan was targeting a group of US marines, while they were waiting for the US Secretary of Defence, a military official has told Reuters.
The Afghan man who drove a vehicle onto an airport runway at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan has died as a result of his injuries, a US official told Reuters. He reportedly set himself on fire.
A US official also said there is no indication that the man knew about the imminent arrival of Leon Panetta, US Secretary of Defence.
Not much in the way of detail being confirmed here at the base but what we understand to have happened is this - a British soldier at the base was overpowered, his vehicle was taken from him by a man who has been described as locally employed contractor, but I am told he is not an Afghan.
He drove the truck onto the main runway just as Leon Panetta's plane was approaching. He crashed, the circumstances of that crash are still unclear, but a flash was said to come from his vehicle. It's not being described as an explosion at this stage.
He was taken from the truck, said to be on fire at the time, and is now in hospital at the camp being treated for severe injuries.
A statement from Isaf said: "Isaf is aware of a stolen vehicle incident today at Camp Bastion, which resulted in the injury of one coalition service member.
"The alleged perpetrator was apprehended by base security personnel. We are currently investigating to determine more facts.
"This incident took place this afternoon around the same time U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta was arriving in Afghanistan. At no point was the Secretary or anyone on the aircraft in any danger from this incident."
The incident happened near where Leon Panetta's, US Secretary of Defence, plane was expected to park, a senior US defence official told NBC.
He added that there is no indication that there was any threat to Secretary Panetta and no evidence of any weapons or explosives in the truck.
Authorities at Camp Bastion are now trying to establish the Afghan man's intentions.
An Afghan man drove a stolen truck onto the runway at high speed and crashed into a ditch, a senior US defence offical told NBC.
The truck expoded and the man is now being treated for "significant burns" at the coalition hospital there, he added.