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Seriously injured soldiers stable. Military says there’s hope. The Norwegian military says the condition of both soldiers seriously injured in yesterday’s attack by rebels in Ghowrmach in northern Afghanistan is now stable. “One has been operated on and is stable, whilst the condition of the critically-injured soldier is serious, but there’s hope he’ll survive,” Kjetil Eide, a press contact at the Military’s operational headquarters (FOH) tells Aftenposten.no.

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Seriously injured soldiers stable

Published on Monday, 3rd May, 2010 at 19:05 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Military says there’s hope.

Military vehicle damaged in attack
Military vehicle damaged in attack
Photo: PRT Meymaneh/Forsvaret


The Norwegian military says the condition of both soldiers seriously injured in yesterday’s attack by rebels in Ghowrmach in northern Afghanistan is now stable.

“One has been operated on and is stable, whilst the condition of the critically-injured soldier is serious, but there’s hope he’ll survive,” Kjetil Eide, a press contact at the Military’s operational headquarters (FOH) tells Aftenposten.no.



Published on Monday, 3rd May, 2010 at 19:05 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: afghanistan, soldiers, norwegian, battle, injuries, ghowrmach.





  
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