Casualties were feared as a suicide car bomb targeted a foreign military convoy in Afghanistan's Kandahar province on Monday, officials said.
"A terrorist riding an explosives-laden car parked it alongside a road in Dand district and blew it up next to a military convoy of foreign forces today (Monday) afternoon," a government official told Xinhua news agency.
Qudratullah Khoshbakht, a spokesman for Kandahar provincial government, confirmed the attack but refused to comment on the possible casualties.
The NATO-led Resolute Support mission has yet to issue any statement on the incident.
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