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Once again, a suicide bomber has blown himself up in Afghanistan amid NATO troops. This time around, as many as 20 people including NATO troops were killed, while 65 others received...
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US Army Confirms Taliban shot down Blackhawk over Kandahar killing 7 US troops including 2 NS

.By Sayed Salahuddin, Updated: Thursday, August 16, 8:15 AMThe Washington Post KABUL — A US helicopter crashed Thursday in southern Afghanistan, killing 11 people on board, including seven American troops, officials said. Three members of the Afghan security forces and an Afghan civilian interpreter for the US-led coalition also lost their lives in the crash of the UH-60 Black Hawk, NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said in a statement. An Afghan official said the crash occurred in the Shah Wali Kot district in the northern part of Kandahar province, a bastion of Taliban insurgents. 91 Comments Weigh InCorrections?Recommend Tweet Personal Post Gallery Life and war in Afghanistan: August 2012: See photos of everyday life in Afghanistan as coalition forces fight the Taliban. More World News Militants attack Pakistan air base Shaiq Hussain 12:24 PM ET Brazen raid by Taliban fighters armed with automatic weapons, suicide vests and rocket-propelled grenades leaves 10 dead. Iraqi who hid Saddam Hussein speaks Kevin Sullivan AUG 15 In town where he was captured, the former dictator is still a revered figure six years after his death. India's Independence Day India celebrates its 65th anniversary of independence from British rule. .It was the deadliest single incident in weeks for foreign troops in Afghanistan, where the radical Islamist Taliban movement has been waging a guerrilla war against the Afghan government and tens of thousands of NATO and US troops <b>...</b>
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