NATO Death Toll in Afghanistan Reaches 400

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KABUL: A foreign soldier was killed in eastern Afghanistan, taking NATO fatalities in the country during the current year to 400, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said on Friday.

One servicemember was killed in east Afghanistan yesterday, the western military alliance said in a brief statement. In line with its policy, the force did not disclose the soldier’s nationality.

According to the Polish Defence Ministry, one of its soldiers was killed and another injured in southern Ghazni province. Poland has 2,579 troops in the province. Twenty-nine of them have been killed so far.

Articles by: Javed Hamim Kakar

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