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Polish base in Afghanistan suffers missile attack, no reports of casualties
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21:20, August 07, 2007

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Two missiles were fired at a Polish military base in Afghanistan on Monday night, with no reports of casualties, the Polish Defense Ministry said Tuesday.

"Two missiles were fired at the Sharan base at around 23:00 Poland time. There was no loss of life or property damage," the ministry spokesman Jaroslaw Rybak was quoted as saying by the Polish PAP news agency.

This was the first missile attack on the Sharan base in 18 months.

Poland has sent more than 1,000 troops to Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force, which has around 37,000 troops in the Central Asian country.

Source: Xinhua



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