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KABUL, Afghanistan – Four International Security Assistance Force service members died today as a result of a plane crash in southern Afghanistan.

The cause of the crash is under investigation, however initial reporting indicates there was no enemy activity in the area at the time of the crash.

It is ISAF policy to defer casualty identification procedures to the relevant national authorities.

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Date Taken:04.27.2013

Date Posted:04.27.2013 12:14

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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