KANDAHAR, Afghanistan -- At least four NATO soldiers were wounded Saturday when their patrol was attacked in southern Afghanistan.
The convoy was struck in the southern province of Kandahar, a Taliban stronghold, reported Alalam Satellite TV. The nationality of the NATO soldiers was not immediately known.
Most of the foreign soldiers in Kandahar are from the Canadian armed forces, which lost six soldiers in an explosion Wednesday. The blast destroyed a heavily armored truck, killing all inside instantly, said Canadian commander, Lt. Col. Rob Walker.
Two British soldiers were wounded Friday when a suicide bomber exploded a car near Kabul. The Taliban claimed responsibility.
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