Suicide attack kills 10 Afghan police; 1 NATO man

A suicide bomber blew himself up at a checkpoint in southern Afghanistan, killing 10 police and wounding 11, while a roadside bomb in the east left one NATO soldier dead, authorities said. The latest violence brought to over 3,000 the number of people - mostly militants - killed in insurgency-related violence in Afghanistan this year, according to an Associated Press tally of numbers provided by Western and Afghan officials. The suicide attacker walked into a room full of policemen eating lunch at a checkpoint near the Pakistan border before blowing himself up, said Sayeed Agha Saqib, the provincial police chief. The incident occurred near Spin Boldak , a town in the southern province of Kandahar.