Afghanistan: Two NATO troops killed in attacks

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August 12, 2007 08:40

 
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Two NATO soldiers were killed in separate incidents in southern and eastern Afghanistan, while several suspected Taliban were killed when they attacked a US military base for the third time in a week, officials said. One NATO soldier was killed and several others wounded, including an Afghan Army soldier, in an attack Saturday in the south, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said in a statement Sunday. Another NATO soldier was killed and two were wounded when a roadside bomb struck their vehicle during a patrol Saturday in eastern Afghanistan, ISAF said.

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