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Afghan police killed, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldier wounded in 'insider attack'

06 August 2017

Meanwhile, one North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldier and three civilians were killed in the second suicide attack to target a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convoy in Afghanistan in as many days, officials said on Friday. The two men were paratroopers and on their first deployment. They died outside of Kandahar city and mark the eighth and ninth Americans killed by hostile fire in Afghanistan this year.

Both were assigned to 2nd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C.

Sgt. Jonathon Michael Hunter, left, and Spc. "He was revered by his Paratroopers and respected throughout his unit".

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According to the USA military, three other Georgian soldiers were wounded in Thursday's bombing, as well as two US service members and an Afghan interpreter. Their nationality was yet to be released but news reports indicated that the troops were Americans.

The United States and its allies launched a military operation in Afghanistan in 2001 following 9/11 terror attacks.

The flurry of attacks on Western troops comes as Washington struggles with formulating a strategy for what has become America's longest-running war.

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The incident comes as the United States ponders sending more American troops to Afghanistan and it came at the end of a hard week for foreign forces in the war-torn country.

The deaths raise the number of US service members killed in action in Afghanistan so far this year to nine, matching the total for all of 2016.

Earlier in the day, a member of the Afghan National Civil Order Police attacked the advisers from Romania.

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"The message of the ministry of mines and petroleum to the families of the martyrs is that we will remain alongside the families and will do all we can as we carry out all efforts to treat the wounded employees", said acting minister of mines and petroleum Nargis Nehan.

Afghan police killed, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldier wounded in 'insider attack'