NATO: Foreign soldier missing in southern Afghanistan

By REUTERS
July 4, 2011 13:06

 
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KABUL - A soldier from the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force has gone missing in the south of the country and his status is unknown, the coalition said in a statement on Monday.

"An International Security Assistance Force service member has been listed as duty status whereabouts unknown in southern Afghanistan," ISAF said, adding a search had begun for the missing soldier.

ISAF gave no further details regarding the incident or the nationality of the soldier.

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