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ABU DHABI, April 8. /TASS/. Two people have been killed in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Nangarhar in a shootout between government troops and NATO forces on Wednesday.
According to the coalition forces command, one US soldier was killed in the skirmish. The Afghan police said a national army soldier had been killed as well. Five more people were wounded, including two Americans.
The skirmish broke out in the fortified residence of the province’s governor. The motive for the shootout was not immediately known.