Nine killed in Kabul attack were Americans-Pentagon

WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Eight troops and a civilian  contractor killed in a Kabul airport shooting today were  all Americans, a Pentagon spokesman said.
“The current information we have from ISAF (International  Security Assistance Force) is that eight service members and  one civilian were killed in the attack. … All U.S.,” said  Colonel David Lapan, a Pentagon spokesman.
The troops and contractor were killed in a shooting  incident involving an Afghan Air Force pilot at Kabul’s airport  today, NATO said. It was one of the deadliest incidents  of “rogue” Afghans turning their weapons on foreign soldiers.

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