Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan: NATO

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two American service members were killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday, the NATO press office said without elaborating. The names of the U.S. service members killed in action were being withheld until after their relatives were notified, in accordance with Pentagon policy, it said.

Reuters August 22, 2019 01:11:55 IST
Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan: NATO

Two US service members killed in Afghanistan NATO

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two American service members were killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday, the NATO press office said without elaborating.

The names of the U.S. service members killed in action were being withheld until after their relatives were notified, in accordance with Pentagon policy, it said.

(Reporting by Idrees Ali; writing by Doina Chiacu; editing by Jonathan Oatis)

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