BEIRUT (AP) A roadside bomb blew up next to a United Nations convoy carrying French peacekeepers in south Lebanon on Tuesday, wounding at least five of them in the second attack on the U.N. force in two months, the United Nations said. The bomb went off at the southern entrance of the port city of Sidon as a U.N. convoy with several vehicles was passing by. The U.N. Security Council called the bombing a "terrorist attack" and condemned it "in the strongest terms." It also condemned all attempts to threaten the security and stability of Lebanon. Bomb wounds 6 UN peacekeepers in south Lebanon - Yahoo! News Terrorist attack? It was not a terrorist attack. Foreign troops are legitimate targets.