KABUL (AFP) Five civilians, including three children, were killed and 24 other people were wounded in three separate attacks by Taliban militants while four Afghan soldiers were killed when a roadside bomb tore through a military convoy in southern and eastern Afghanistan on Sunday. A rocket hit house early in the morning in Behsud district of eastern Nangarhar province, killing two children while wounding three women and one man, an interior ministry statement said. Meanwhile, a bomb blast near a bank branch in Lashkar Gah, the capital of southern Helmand province, killed three civilians and wounded 15 others, provincial spokesman Daud Ahmadi told AFP. The bomb, which was remotely detonated next to a Kabul bank branch here, killed a 12-year-old girl and two adults while wounding 15 other civilians, he said. Minutes later a second bomb exploded close to a high school in Lashkar Gah and injured three more children, an adult and a policeman, Ahmadi said. Ahmadi blamed the Taliban insurgents for both attacks. The militants have not claimed responsibility for the attacks. Separately, a roadside bomb tore through a military convoy in eastern Afghanistan, killing four Afghan soldiers. The soldiers were on patrol in Kunar province when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb, a weapon widely used by the Taliban insurgents, provincial governor Fazilullah Wahedi told AFP. Our Afghan army soldiers and Nato troops were on patrol when an Afghan army vehicle struck a roadside bomb, which exploded and killed four soldiers, Fazilullah Wahedi told AFP.