April 15, 2007 -- Police say four Afghans working for a security firm were killed today when a suicide car bomber targeted a private security firm in southern Afghanistan.
A policeman in Kandahar Province's Spin Boldak district, Mohammad Asif Khan, said the attack occurred on a main highway in the district, where the company was providing security for road construction projects.
Three security guards were killed, along with their driver.
Meanwhile, reports say a explosion rocked the center of the capital Kabul today.
It is not immediately clear what caused the blast, or whether there were casualties.