Afghan bomb attack against int'l forces wounds several troops, Afghans

Afghan and NATO officials say a bomb attack against a convoy of international troops has wounded four soldiers and four Afghans. Maj. Martin O'Donnell, a spokesman for NATO's International Security Assistance Force, says the bomb blast Saturday wounded four ISAF soldiers. He says it wasn't yet clear if the attack was a roadside bomb or a suicide car bomb. Interior Ministry spokesman Zemeri Bashary says the blast in the eastern city of Jalalabad wounded four Afghans and damaged five civilian vehicles. He says the attack was a suicide car bomb.