BEIRUT (AFP) - Six Italian peacekeepers were wounded - two of them seriously - along with two civilians on Friday in a roadside bomb explosion targeting a UN patrol along a highway in south Lebanon, officials said. "There was an explosion late afternoon that targeted a UN Interim Force in Lebanon logistics convoy along the main highway near Sidon," UNIFIL spokesman Neeraj Singh told AFP. He said two civilians and six UNIFIL peacekeepers were injured. "UNIFIL's forensics and investigation teams are at the location and are working in close cooperation with their counterparts in the Lebanese army to determine all the facts surrounding the incident," Singh said.