3 UK soldiers killed in Afghanistan, bringing total to 100 since 2001

Britain's military says three soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan, bringing the country's death toll there to 100 since 2001. Officials say the soldiers were killed in a suicide bombing while on foot patrol one kilometer (less than one mile) from their base in Afghanistan's Upper Sangin Valley. A fourth soldier was wounded in the attack Sunday. The head of Britain's armed forces, Air Chief Marshal Sir Jock Stirrup, and British Defense Secretary Des Browne released a joint statement expressing their condolences.