US, Afghan raid on bomb cell kills four militants

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April 29, 2007 08:15

 
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US-led coalition and Afghan forces raided a suspected car bomb cell in eastern Afghanistan early Sunday, and the ensuing gun battle left four militants and two female civilians dead, the coalition said. Acting on a tip indicating the cell was planning three suicide car bomb attacks against coalition forces in the coming weeks, the joint forces raided a compound in the Bati Kot area of Nangarhar province, the coalition statement said.

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