Afghan ministry worker suspected in killing of US officers

By REUTERS
February 26, 2012 14:53

 
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 KABUL- Afghanistan's interior ministry said on Sunday it suspects one of its employees may have killed two US officers inside the ministry a day earlier.

"An employee has been identified as a suspect and he has now fled. The interior ministry is trying to arrest the suspected individual," read a statement e-mailed to the media.

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