Interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said all the dead and wounded were civilians.
Earlier in the day, Health ministry spokesperson Waheed Majrooh told The Associated Press two people died in the explosion along with the suicide bomber.
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An explosion struck near the house of an Afghan politician in the western side of Kabul Monday, leaving casualties, a witness said.
As per the details, the suicide attacker, who was driving the auto, exploded himself along with the vehicle near the residence of the deputy government Chief Executive Mohammad Mohaqiq.
One of these killed prominent Shia Muslim cleric and senior Hazara community leader Ramazan Hussainzada last month.