3 Afghan soldiers killed by roadside bomb

3 Afghan soldiers killed

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November 23, 2009 10:20

 
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Three Afghan National Army soldiers have been killed and two others have been wounded by a roadside bomb in Helmand province in southern Afghanistan, officials said Monday. The Ministry of Interior said that the bombing occurred on Sunday in the Musa Qala district. The ministry said seven other Afghan army soldiers were wounded during the past 24 hours - six in Kunar province in eastern Afghanistan and one in Kandahar in the south. It did not give any details of how they were hurt.

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