Los Angeles Times
January 8, 2008 Afghanistan
A roadside bomb killed two U.S.-led coalition soldiers and wounded a third in eastern Afghanistan's Nangarhar province, officials said. Their nationalities were not released, but most of the troops in the area are American.
In the southern province of Kandahar, a suicide bomber on a motorcycle attacked a police patrol, killing one officer and wounding four, officials said.
In neighboring Helmand province, police discovered and tried to defuse a remote-controlled bomb, but it exploded, killing two officers and two civilians, provincial police chief Mohammed Hussain Andiwal said.
In Kandahar's Zhari district, three suspected Taliban fighters were killed in a battle against police and North Atlantic Treaty Organization troops Sunday, the Interior Ministry said.