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southern Afghanistan / Black Hawk / US / American #1309911

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 21, 2004
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A U.S. air strike killing a half dozen militants in southern Afghanistan, the US military says the rebels fired first sending a rocket and a Black Hawk helicopter. A nearby Apache gunship fired back. No American soldiers were wounded. And the damage is said to be none to the Black Hawk. The US military looking to the death of an Afghan detainee. The US trying to figure out whether the militiaman was beaten so badly that he died. The incident happened last year at a special forces based in south...

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