NATO reports 2 deaths in Afghanistan bombings

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December 2, 2010 12:18

 
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KABUL, Afghanistan — A NATO service member was killed in a roadside bombing Thursday in eastern Afghanistan, a region that still sees heavy Taliban attacks as NATO pours in more troops and resources into the country's south.

Another service member died Wednesday in southern Afghanistan, also in a roadside bombing, NATO said. The military coalition did not release details on either bombing.

Two NATO members have been killed this month; 55 died in November.

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