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Jalālābād : Afghanistan | Dec 02, 2012 at 3:22 AM PST
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A bomb blast in Jalalabad on Monday killed a district chief and wounded up to five others

Updates About Jalalabad NATO Air Base Attack: At least 12 Troops Killed.

Security forces have confirmed here that at least 12 dead bodies found from the NATO-Control Airbase in Jalalabad.

According to the sources Taliban attacked around 6:00 local time in Jalalbad, the capital city of Afghanistan's eastern province of Nangarhar, Sunday morning.

According to the unofficial sources two suicide bombers hit their explosive-laden vehicles into separate entrances of the base, sparking a gunfight between the militants and security forces.

According to the Major Martin Creighton, a spokesman for the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), “There were multiple suicide bombers involved”

Afghan local Police has confirmed that 12 dead bodies were found around the entrance of the airfield in the eastern city of Jalalabad. Some unofficial sources said that more than 12 dead bodies were found.

Still, It was not clear whether the dead were Afghan security forces or militants.

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Updates About Jalalabad NATO Air Base Attack: At least 12 Troops Killed.
Updates About Jalalabad NATO Air Base Attack: At least 12 Troops Killed. Security forces have confirmed here that at least 12 dead bodies found from the NATO-Control Airbase in Jalalabad. According to the sources Taliban attacked around 6:00 local time in Jalalbad, the capital city of Afghanistan's eastern province of Nangarhar, Sunday morning. According to the unofficial sources two suicide bombers hit their explosive-laden vehicles into separate entrances of the base, sparking a gunfight between the militants and security forces. According to the Major Martin Creighton, a spokesman for the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), "There were multiple suicide bombers involved" Afghan local Police has confirmed that 12 dead bodies were found around the entrance of the airfield in the eastern city of Jalalabad. Some unofficial sources said that more than 12 dead bodies were found. Still, It was not clear whether the dead were Afghan security forces or militants.
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