Mazar-e- Sharif, Afghanistan- Several US soldiers were reportedly wounded when an Afghan soldier opened fire on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops. The total number of soldiers wounded is 193. An American armed with a piston shot the assailant dead.
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So far this year, six US service members have been killed in combat in Afghanistan, all in Nangarhar in the eastern part of the country, according to statistics compiled by the website icasualties.org. There has been no causality reported by the US Troops. "And the attacker was killed in exchange of fire", Qahar Aram, a spokesman of Corps 209 Shaheen, told Xinhua.
Analysts say such attacks are expected to increase this year as U.S. troops engage with the Afghan military to double the size of its special forces, considered to be effective in the fight against insurgents.
American military commanders in Afghanistan have requested thousands of additional boots on the ground to boost the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troop presence in the country.
The US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission in Afghanistan formally ended its operations in December 2014 after a presence in the country since 2001 to help local authorities defeat the Taliban Islamist movement. "We will not be deterred, the NATO-Afghan partnership is strong".