Suicide bomber targets NATO convoy in Kabul, 10 civilians wounded

A suicide car bomber targeted a NATO convoy in Afghanistan's capital on Tuesday, wounding 10 civilians passing nearby, officials said. The attack came as visiting US Defense Secretary Robert Gates planned to meet with President Hamid Karzai and other officials in the capital, Kabul. The bomber struck a two-vehicle convoy belonging to NATO's International Security Assistance Force near the city's airport, Interior Ministry spokesman Zemeri Bashary said. Ten civilians who were riding in a minibus near the blast were wounded, said Ghulam Rasool, a police officer.