Ten schoolchildren and two NATO's ISAF soldiers killed in Afghanistan bombing Monday

KABUL, Afghanistan (CNN) -- Ten schoolchildren and two soldiers with NATO's International Security Assistance Force were killed Monday in a bombing in Afghanistan, officials said.

A police officer was also killed when a suicide bomber attacked a bazaar in Afghanistan's eastern Paktia province, the Afghan Interior Ministry said.

The assailant, who was on a motorbike, detonated a device in the main bazaar of the Samkanai district, Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said.

At least 16 others were injured, Sediqqi said.

The two ISAF soldiers, whose names and nationalities were not released, ISAF spokesman Staff Sgt. Daniel Wallace said.

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