An Afghan election commission official has survived a suicide bomb attack in the capital of Kabul.
The Independent Election Commission identified the target of the November 28 attack was Hawliya Rodwal, its Kabul provincial director.
A spokesman said one of Rodwal's security guards was killed and his driver was wounded.
He said a number of homes were damaged in the attack, which took place in a residential neighborhood.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The Taliban is opposed to elections and has targeted the commission in the past.
The incident comes after a lull of more than a month in Taliban attacks in heavily-guarded Kabul following a series of bombings in the city in August.