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Two more US soldiers were killed this week as the Afghanistan war rages on

5 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

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Two US soldiers were killed in Afghanistan this week as the war closes in on its 17th anniversary.
In total, four Americans have died from hostile fire in Afghanistan this year as fighting against the Taliban rages on in many parts of the country.
The US has roughly 14,000 troops in Afghanistan after the Trump administration made the decision to increase the US military's presence there by several thousand last year.
The longest war in US history often seems to be largely forgotten, even as American soldiers are still fighting and dying in it.
With much of the US...
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