13 U.S. Soldiers Killed in Suicide Bomb Attack
Kabul, Afghanistan -
NATO is reporting that 13 NATO member forces have been killed in a suicide bomb attack and the U.S. has confirmed it was U.S. soldiers. Four Afghans were also killed in the attack. Officials said the details are still unfolding and that the attack happened in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
In another suicide attack in northeastern Afghanistan, a woman in a burqa detonated herself near the nation's intelligence agency.
She tried to enter the National Directorate of Security and was shot at, but she still managed to detonate herself, said Sabour Alayar, deputy police chief of Kunar province.
Two officers and two civilians were wounded, he said, adding that the female suicide bomber was about 25 years old.