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Afghan bombing kills three NATO troops and translator

Three Nato soldiers and their translator have been killed in a bombing in eastern Afghanistan.

NATO FORCES IN Afghanistan say that a bombing in the country’s east has killed three international service members and their translator.

Coalition spokesman Major Adam Wojack says the attack happened on Monday morning. He declined to provide further details, saying the alliance is still gathering information about the incident.

Afghan officials said there was a suicide bombing against a joint Afghan-international patrol in Khost province in the east early Monday that killed three civilians but did not provide details on military casualties.

It was not immediately clear if the Afghans were talking about the same incident.

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