KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — An Afghan infantryman non-stop glow Sunday inside a bottom in a southern Helmand province, wounding 3 U.S. soldiers before being shot dead.
Navy Cpt. Bill Salvin, a U.S. infantry spokesman, pronounced bloc army had killed a infantryman “to finish a attack,” though Col. Mohammad Rasoul Zazai, an Afghan army spokesman, pronounced a infantryman had done a “mistake” and had not dismissed deliberately.
Several U.S. infantry have been killed in Afghanistan in new years in supposed insider attacks carried out by Afghan troops or soldiers. In October, an Afghan male in a infantry uniform shot passed a U.S. infantryman and an American municipal executive inside a infantry bottom in Kabul before being killed.
Elsewhere in Afghanistan, Taliban insurgents pounded a district domicile in a Kandahar range regulating a self-murder automobile bomb, pronounced Samim Khpolwak, a orator for a governor. He declined to contend how many people were killed or wounded.
A confidence official, who spoke on condition of anonymity since he was not certified to recover information, pronounced 6 troops were killed and 5 others were bleeding in a assault, that was claimed by a Taliban.
In a southern Zabul province, an army operation killed 13 Taliban and bleeding 11 others, pronounced Gen. Sadiqullah Saberi. He pronounced dual Afghan soldiers were killed and 3 others were bleeding by a roadside explosve during a operation.
Two Taliban commanders were killed in an apparent U.S. worker strike in a Barmal district of a eastern Paktika province, pronounced Mohammad Rahman Ayaz, orator for a provincial governor. Another 10 insurgents were killed in a apart worker strike in a Dand-e Patan district of adjacent Paktia province, pronounced Gov. Zelmai Wessa.
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