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Fresh violence reported in Afghanistan, a day after a wave of bombings killed 19 people.
Officials said two separate attacks today killed two NATO soldiers as well as a local Afghan official, said The Associated Press.
One soldier was killed by a roadside bomb, officials said, while another died in a militant-led attack, both incidents that took place in the country's volatile south. The identities of the two service members were not disclosed.
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Also today, in the eastern Laghman province, a provincial official said the head of Dawlat Shahi district was killed by a roadside bomb while going to his offica along with a school director, who was wounded in the blast, according to AP.
The violence comes a day after Taliban-claimed attacks across Afghanistan left as many as 19 people dead, said AP.
A total of 103 NATO troops have died in Afghanistan so far this year, according to AP.