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Rockets Fired at Afghan Peacekeeper Bases

Assailants fired rockets at two bases housing international peacekeepers in the Afghan capital, slightly injuring a Canadian worker, officials from the multinational force said Friday. No one claimed responsibility for Thursday’s attacks, which came amid tightened security because of the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. On Thursday, insurgents attacked a U.S. patrol in Zabul, the U.S. military said. The attackers retreated after coalition soldiers called in air support, dropping two precision-guided bombs and firing 630 rounds of 30mm ammunition. There were no casualties, the military said. Full Story

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