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News: Georgian soldier's body found

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KABUL, Afghanistan – The body of the Georgian soldier who was reported missing Dec. 18 was found by members of the Afghan police Dec. 29 in southern Afghanistan. The police recovered the body and turned him over to members of the International Security Assistance Force.

The circumstances of the soldier's capture and death are under investigation.

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Date Taken:12.30.2012

Date Posted:12.30.2012 00:30


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