A suicide car bomb has killed at least 33 people, mostly women and children, near a military base in Afghanistan, ABC news reported quoting officials.
The bomber detonated explosives at a checkpoint near Camp Chapman, formerly used by the CIA, in eastern Khost province on Sunday.
Camp Chapman was the site of one of the worst attacks on the agency in 2009 when a bomber killed seven officials.
No US or coalition soldiers were killed in this latest attack.
The base now houses both Afghan and foreign troops, including US soldiers.
security personnel were killed.