Five US service members injured in Afghanistan

By REUTERS
July 28, 2016 18:21

 
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WASHINGTON - Five US service members were injured while partnering with Afghan special forces in clearing areas controlled by Islamic State in Nangarhar province, Army General John Nicholson, the US military commander in Afghanistan, said on Thursday.

Nicholson said two of the service members have been returned to duty while three others were evacuated but are "in good spirits."

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