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Raiders Strike U.S. Troops in Afghanistan

Guerrillas fired at U.S. soldiers with mortars and machine guns in a troubled eastern Afghan province before retreating toward the Pakistan border, the U.S. military said Monday. The military said it suffered no casualties in Saturday’s strike, the latest in a series at coalition and Afghan security forces in the south and east of the country. Authorities suspect resurgent Taliban or al-Qaida fighters are behind the attacks. Soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division were patrolling near a U.S. base at Shkin in Paktika province, just a few miles from the border with Pakistan, when they came under attack, according to a statement from Bagram, where the U.S. military operation is headquartered. Full Story

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