A bomb exploded in a flower bed near Kabul university on November 10, wounding three people. The bombing came as two other blasts, in eastern Afghanistan, killed 10 policemen. Taliban attacks have increased ahead of the complete withdrawal of Western combat forces by the end of 2014. (RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan)
Afghan officials say bomb attacks in two eastern provinces killed at least 10 police officers and one civilian on November 10.
A suicide bomber blew himself up in front of the provincial police headquarters in Logar province, killing seven police and a civilian.
A spokesman for the governor said the commander of the local police was among the dead in the blast in the provincial capital, Pul-e-Alam.
That attack echoed a bombing that killed one person near the Afghan police headquarters in the capital, Kabul, a day earlier.
Officials said three police were killed by a bomb planted in a rickshaw in Nangarhar province.
Also on November 10, a bomb planted in a flowerbed near a university in Kabul wounded three people.