Afghanistan

NATO soldier killed in Afghanistan, coalition says

A NATO soldier was killed and six personnel were wounded Thursday evening in Afghanistan when their convoy was attacked by a suicide bomber, according to a coalition statement.

The injured, five troops and one interpreter, are being treated at a U.S. military hospital at Bagram Airfield. All are listed to be in stable condition.

A U.S. defense official said no U.S. troops were involved.

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The incident, which occurred in Qarabagh District in the Kabul Province, comes one day after two U.S. Army soldiers were killed in Kandahar in a suicide attack.

The coalition is comprised of 13,000 troops from 39 countries in order to assist Afghan troops.

Fox News' Lucas Tomlinson contributed to this report.