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Two British soldiers dide in Afghanistan

Kabul : Afghanistan | May 17, 2012 at 1:13 AM PDT
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Officials of the ministry of defense in Afghanistan the Afghan police officials by firing on the two British soldiers were killed.

A British soldiers belonged btylyn "First Wills guards' was from the second Royal air force personnel.



British defense ministry says that Afghan police personnel British officials to encampment district of Halmand province during the meeting with local officials in providing security.

The incident of 1000 after a two thousand killed in Afghanistan till now the number of British soldiers 400 14.

The ministry said that according to their information, in both the attackers to the time of his Afghan companions was killed by the second attack, and has succeeded in running away.

Officials reasons for the attack is still not clear.

He said that British forces daily with the Afghan forces and the work of established relations.

He further said that this is one country where an armed rebellion is issued a regrettable incidents.

He said that 'We do not know what the terrorist attack and who were included in the police succeeded in or was angry that he was police.'MI is a society where people from violence solve their problems.British soldiers, he said that the 'sacrificed' for our national security.

He said that Afghanistan was a region where current reaction and it was our international terrorist attacks on our friends to the societies.

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