Four Nato Afghanistan
June 4, 2011 by staff
Four Nato Afghanistan, A bomb in eastern Afghanistan killed four members of the service of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) on Saturday, the force, he said, continuing a trend of increased violence in recent weeks. The ISAF did not give details on the latest incident. Most ISAF troops serving in the U.S. disputed this, where a fragmented insurgency is raging on the border with Pakistan, are.
At least 220 foreign soldiers have died in Afghanistan in 2011, 57 in May, when the Taliban started a spring offensive, making it the deadliest month of the year for foreign troops.
The Taliban vowed to attack foreign military objectives and the Afghan government and security forces when they launched their offensive in the beginning of the warm traditional fighting season in Afghanistan.
U.S. commanders had warned of increased violence, saying that insurgents could be expected to strike again after the significant progress made across the U.S. NATO troops in the heart of the Taliban in southern Helmand and Kandahar in the past year.
Despite the violence of record, Washington has pledged to begin a gradual withdrawal of its forces from next month as part of a process that will see all foreign troops leave Afghanistan in late 2014.
Theanlysts and some U.S. lawmakers have questioned the wisdom to begin withdrawing troops soon after these achievements were made and constantly increasing violence across Afghanistan.
Violence in Afghanistan has reached its worst level in 2010 since the Taliban were ousted by Afghan forces supported by U.S. in late 2001 with a record of military and civilian casualties.
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