2 US service members killed by bomb in Afghanistan

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February 3, 2010 07:30

 
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KABUL  — Two US service members were killed in a bomb strike in southern Afghanistan, NATO forces said Wednesday.

The international military coalition said the attack happened Tuesday but did not provide further information. The military typically holds back details on attacks until families have been informed.

Volatile southern Afghanistan has seen increasing violence over the past 12 months with an increase in NATO forces, particularly deaths and injuries from planted bombs targeting vehicles of international forces or soldiers on foot patrols.

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