[Updated at 6:35 p.m.] A suicide car bomber's attack here Thursday killed three people, all of them Afghan security guards, CNN's Michael Holmes reported.Another 17 people were wounded in the attack, including 11 Afghans, a Briton, a South African, three U.S. nationals and a Nepalese security guard, he said.
The blast occurred at about 9:15 p.m. (12:45 p.m. ET) near the Afghan National Army headquarters in the city, the spiritual home of the anti-government Taliban militia.
[Posted at 2:58 p.m.] A suicide car bombing in the Afghan city of Kandahar wounded at least 16 people, including some Westerners, local officials reported Thursday.
The blast occurred near the Afghan National Army headquarters in the city, the spritual home of the anti-government Taliban militia. All but three of the victims were civilians, said Zalmai Ayoubi, a spokesman for the Kandahar government.
No further details were immediately available.