Coalition strike mistakenly kills 10 Afghan police

A bomb dropped by a US-led coalition aircraft killed 10 police in southeastern Afghanistan, a deputy border police chief said. The US military said the "incident is under investigation." The policemen were killed when coalition aircraft mistakenly "dropped a bomb" on a two-vehicle border police patrol in Turwa area of southeastern Paktika province, said Gen. Abdul Rahman, Afghanistan's deputy chief of border police. There were no survivors, he said.