Five NATO troops die in Afghanistan

11 June 2014 BBC Online

Five Nato soldiers have been killed in the southern Afghan province of YAW, with local officials saying they were mistakenly hit by a US air strike.
An Afghan army spokesman said the five troops, with an Afghan sol¬dier and an interpreter, were killed by a bomb dropped from a coalition plane.
The    International
Security Assistance Force (leaf) mid the incident took place on Monday but gave no details.
Militants have stepped an
attacks as foreign combat reports.
troops leave this year.    Southern Afghanis. is
The fiat fOrce currently the heartland of the Taliban has soldiers from 5o eon- movement and insurgents tributing nations in frequently attack security
Afghanistan.    forces in the region.
Most troops stationed in    There have beta more
the south are American, but thee on Nato forces killed Nato has not confirmed the this year    Afghanistan
llat'n.litY of these latest the latest incident is the casualties. The governor of deadliest an far in anal. Zebu] province told the BBC
Afghanis. is set to hold a them was a joint operation —.-
invoking Afghan and inter- N.-.ff F.h.d of voting in
national troops.    its presidential election on
The incident happened in Satardady.
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hotly contested between the to disnipt campaigning and
Taliban and international voting - attacked the cam-forces for some years, the paign rally of one of the BBC's David Lovn in Kabul contenders last week.

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