At least 20 people were killed in a car bombing near a NATO base in Afghanistan, a media report said on Monday.
According to sources, the blast occurred on Sunday night in Khost city in a crowded road near the Chapman Camp, which houses the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission forces, Xinhua news agency reported.
"Sixteen wounded people were admitted to Khost city hospitals following Sunday's suicide attack," a health official said.
The toll may further rise, the official added.
However, no foreign military personnel was injured in the blast.