US Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

Afghan soldier kills two service members amid rising hostility toward Americans.
1:31 | 02/23/12

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To Afghanistan where the furor over Iran's burned by the US military turned deadly today. Two US service members were killed and protests erupted across the country despite a personal apology for the mistake from President Obama. ABC's make -- from covers the latest from Kabul tonight net. George I've lived in this region for four years and I've never felt this level of anger at Americans. And now that anger has led to the murder of two American troops. For three days since US soldiers mistakenly -- those -- -- Afghan -- Has been fierce. Today it spread to all corners of the country and inside a US base and Afghan soldier shot and killed two US troops he escaped into a crowd of anti US protesters. And to those protesters were killed by soldiers guarding the base. Today's written apology from President Obama himself failed to pacify the crowds. Even in areas with the Talabani have little influence Afghans -- for the death of Americans. Apologies he says are not enough. At another US based protesters threw rocks and tried to storm the walls Afghan soldiers responded with bullets but could. Prevent protesters from -- -- light Tolle bond flag on the pieces out. Tomorrow our traditional Friday prayers in demonstrations are expected to grow even larger and more violent. Tonight this city is tense and George all Americans here are locked down.

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