KABUL: An Afghan official says at least 10 people, including two intelligence service agents and eight civilians, have been killed in a suicide attack in eastern Afghanistan.
Attahullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor, says four were wounded in the attack in Jalalabad.
The bomber was on foot and targeted the intelligence service, said Khogyani.
In western Farah province, Taliban fighters attacked police checkpoints, killing three police, said Mohammad Naser Mehri, spokesman for the provincial governor.
Four other police were wounded in the attack that took place late Monday in Bala Buluk district, added Mehri.
He said at least five Taliban insurgents were killed and seven others wounded in the gun battle.—AP