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Afghan Helicopter Crash Kills 11
A chopper down in Afghanistan: a crash that killed U.S. troops and others on Thursday morning.
FOX’s Conor Powell reports from Kabul:
Eleven people were killed after an American Black Hawk helicopter crashed in Kandahar Province this morning. Among the dead were seven U.S. soldiers, including several special operations troops and also four Afghans. The Taliban say they shot down the helicopter, a claim they often make after a crash. Though the military says they are investigating and don’t know what brought the helicopter down.
In Kabul, Conor Powell, FOX News Radio.