1 US, 2 foreign soldiers killed in Afghanistan

1 US, 2 foreign soldiers

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October 10, 2009 11:41

 
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Military officials in Afghanistan said on Saturday that two foreign soldiers and one American service member were killed in bomb attacks in the troubled nation. The NATO-led coalition said that the two foreign soldiers were killed in a bomb strike Friday in the east. Their nationalities were not released. The coalition said in a statement that the American was killed of wounds sustained in a separate bomb attack in the south.

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