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2 ISAF soldiers die in IED blast.

KABUL Kabul (kä`bl, kəbl`), city (1997 est. pop. 1,500,000), capital of Afghanistan and of Kabul prov.  (PAN): Two International Security Assistance Force (ISAF ISAF International Security Assistance Force (UN program)
ISAF International Sailing Federation
ISAF International Shark Attack File
ISAF Israeli Air Force
ISAF Information Security Awareness Forum
) soldiers were killed in a roadside bombing, the Taliban's weapon of choice, in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, the alliance said.

The deaths were announced in a brief statement from the NATO-led force that neither revealed the victims' nationalities nor the exact location of the incident. But mostly, US, British and Canadian Canadian (kənā`dēən), river, 906 mi (1,458 km) long, rising in NE New Mexico. and flowing E across N Texas and central Oklahoma into the Arkansas River in E Oklahoma.  troops are stationed in the Taliban's southern heartland.

So far during the current year, 266 international soldiers, including 205 Americans, have been killed across the country. Last year, 566 foreign troops were killed in Afghanistan.


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Date:Aug 2, 2012
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