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AFGHAN BLAST KILLS FOUR US TROOPS

BBC News - 21 August 2005 Four US soldiers have been killed and three wounded in a roadside bomb explosion in southern Afghanistan, the US military said. The explosion took place as they were on patrol in the Daychopan district, Zabul province, it said in a statement. The three wounded were hurt while trying to pull the others out of their armoured vehicle which had been hit by the explosion. Earlier on Sunday, suspected Taleban fighters killed two Islamic clerics. The injured were later treated for shrapnel wounds at a nearby base, and were said to be in stable condition. The statement said the unit "was conducting offensive operations in support of an ongoing mission to find and defeat enemy forces" at the time of the attack. The mission aimed at creating a "safe environment" for the upcoming September elections, it added. Political violence Taleban and al-Qaeda militants have threatened to disrupt the poll. In a separate attack on Sunday, two clerics were killed by armed motorcyclists near a mosque in Kandahar province. This is the latest in a spate of attacks on pro-government religious figures in recent months. More than 1,000 people have been killed in political violence in Afghanistan so far this year.





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