Afghan officials say a suicide bomber struck near a meeting of tribal elders in the eastern province of Kunar Wednesday, killing 10 people and wounding seven others.
Police say the bomber was targeting former mujahideen commander Malik Zareen who had fought against the Soviet occupation in the 1980s. He was killed in the blast.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai and NATO both condemned Wednesday's attack in Asmar district.
Elsewhere in eastern Afghanistan Wednesday, NATO says one of its service members was killed in a bomb attack. The coalition gave no other details.
In Logar province, Afghan officials say a roadside bomb ripped through a tractor, killing one person.
Another roadside bomb in Wardak province killed a security guard.
And in Paktika province, the interior ministry says two children were killed Wednesday when an old rocket shell exploded.
Some information for this report was provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.