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B. 04-03 Afghan Koran protests spreading Afghanistan
2. 04-16 Suicide bomber kills 9 at military base Laghman, Afghanistan
3. 04-24 Hundreds escape from Afghan jail Kandahar
04-27 Man opens fire on Americans; 9 dead Kabul

2 U.S. troops believed killed by drones Map of Sangin Afghanistan
  Obama condemns Afghan killings  President Barack Obama describes as 'outrageous' the killings in Afghanistan triggered by the burning of a Koran in the US. Afghan Koran protests spreading

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Apr.2   Washington  
Apr.3   Afghanistan  
  At least one person has been killed and 18 injured in a third day of protests over the burning of a Koran in the US last month
Apr.11   Helmand  
  The deaths of two U.S. service members in southern Afghanistan is being investigated as a possible friendly-fire incident
Apr.16   Afghanistan     Suicide bomber kills 9 at military base Map of Laghman Afghanistan
  A suicide bomber wearing an Afghan military uniform killed five foreign soldiers at at Forward Operating Base Gamberi
Apr.17   Afghanistan   8 NATO troops killed in one day in Afgh-an  In one of the deadliest days for foreign forces in Afghanistan this year, eight NATO troops were killed in three separate incidents Saturday Apr.24   Kandahar   Hundreds escape from Afghan jail
  More than 470 inmates at an Afghan jail have escaped through a tunnel hundreds of metres long, dug from the outside
Apr.27   Kabul   Man opens fire on Americans; 9 dead
  Eight coalition troops and a civilian were killed in a shooting by Afghan military pilot at an Afghan air force compound


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