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  • Two US Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan After Roadside Blast

    Two US Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan After Roadside Blast  Update (Jan. 11 9:33 am est.): NATO has confirmed two US service members were killed in a roadside blast that damaged a US convoy on Saturday.  *TWO U.S. SERVICE MEMBERS KILLED, TWO INJURED IN AFGHANISTAN ROADSIDE BLAST - NATO * * *  Reuters has confirmed that a roadside bomb has hit a convoy of US troops on Saturday operating in Afghanistan's southern province of Kandahar.  NATO spokesman and an Afghan government...

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  • The Taliban claimed responsibility for a roadside bomb that killed 2 US soldiers in Afghanistan

    The Taliban immediately claimed responsibility for a roadside bombing that killed two US troops in Afghanistan on Saturday, the Associated Press reported.  Two others were also injured when the vehicle was struck. A spokesman for the Taliban said the attack occurred in the southern Kandahar province. The US military confirmed the deaths without identifying the service members. Washington has engaged in peace talks with the Taliban, but last year alone 23 American soldiers were killed. In...

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  • PICTURED: Two US soldiers, 21 and 29, who were killed in Taliban roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan

    Staff Sgt Ian P McLaughlin, 29, and Pfc Miguel Villalon, 21, were killed when their vehicle struck an improvised explosive device near Afghanistan's Kandahar province on Saturday.

    Mail Online