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KABUL, Afghanistan – Four International Security Assistance Force service members died following an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan today.

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


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Date Taken:06.09.2012

Date Posted:06.09.2012 03:50

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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