By: Angela Wendler
Thirteen American soldiers and four Afghans were killed by a suicide bomber in Kabul Saturday, reports the New York Times.
It was the most deadly attack for US and NATO troops in Kabul since the war began, reports the New York Times.
The attack happened outside of the American University on the route connecting the NATO bases in downtown Kabul to the Kabul Military Training Center. The road is often used by military trainers, reports the Associated Press.
This was the fourth attack on allied forces and government offices in two days, reports the New York Times.