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U.S. Convoys Attacked in Kuwait, 4 Soldiers Hurt

Unidentified assailants fired twice on U.S. military convoys outside of Kuwait City on Sunday, and four soldiers were hurt by flying glass, a U.S. military spokesman said. “There were two attacks by small arms fire,” a spokesman for the U.S. army in Kuwait told Reuters by telephone, adding the soldiers were wounded in one of the attacks. These were the latest in a string of attacks on U.S. forces and American targets in the Gulf Arab state which was used as the launch pad for the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in March. The army spokesman said the first incident took place at 5:15 p.m. and the second attack occurred 30 minutes later. “The soldiers were slightly wounded, minor injuries, from glass that was broken from the gunshots that hit the trucks. The soldiers are okay now,” he said. Full Story

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