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RTT News, By RTT Staff Writer

29 April, 2011

Three NATO soldiers were killed in separate attacks by militants in Afghanistan on Thursday, the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said. (more…)

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ISAF Joint Command – Afghanistan
2010-11-S-337
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KABUL, Afghanistan (Nov. 26) – Three Afghan civilians were killed and one seriously wounded in two separate improvised explosive device blasts in Kandahar province today.

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Xinhua
Nov. 4, 2010
KABUL

Conflicts and militancy had claimed the lives of 229 civilians in the militancy-plagued Afghanistan in October, spokesman for Interior Ministry Zamari Bashari said on Thursday.

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Xinhua
Oct. 23, 2010
KABUL

Two Afghan civilians were killed on Saturday as Taliban militants attacked a NATO-led force patrol in Afghanistan’s Wardak province, 40 Km west of Afghan capital Kabul, the military alliance said.
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Source: Agence France-Presse (AFP)
Date: 18 Oct 2010

HERAT, Afghanistan — A bomb attack at rush hour on Monday killed at least three civilians and wounded eight other people in Afghanistan’s western city of Herat, an official said.

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One explosive leaves 21 members of a wedding party dead, and another kills 5 police officers.

Los Angeles Times

By LAURA KING

Reporting from Kabul, Afghanistan — Separate roadside bombings in volatile Helmand province today killed at least 26 people, including 21 members of a wedding party and five police officers, Afghan officials said.

Also today, the U.S. military reported the death a day earlier of an American soldier in western Afghanistan. That brought the number of U.S. troops killed so far this month to seven, out of a total of 11 Western military fatalities.

Violence has been surging in advance of Afghanistan’s presidential and provincial assembly elections, which are to be held in two weeks. The vote is only the country’s third nationwide election.

Helmand province, where insurgents have long had free rein in many districts, is the scene of major ongoing offensives by U.S. Marines and British forces.

The roadside bomb that hit the wedding party was almost certainly aimed at coalition troops, but like many improvised explosive devices planted by insurgents, it struck civilians instead. (more…)

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04 Aug 2009 09:44:13 GMT
Source: Reuters

(For full coverage of Afghanistan)
* Rockets land in same district as U.S., British embassies
* Child hurt, minor damage; Taliban claim responsibility
* Provincial governor escapes assassination attempt (Adds President Karzai quotes, suicide attack) (more…)

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