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Official: Rogue Afghan pilot kills 9 Americans

Eight American troops and a U.S. contractor died Wednesday after an Afghan military pilot opened fire during a meeting at Kabul airport, officials said. Full story

Afghan Pilot Shoots And Kills 9 Americans During Argument

KABUL, Afghanistan., (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Nine Americans were brutally assassinated, execution style, after a meeting with an Afghan officer turned deadly. Full story

Factbox: Timeline of Afghan "rogue" attacks

Eight foreign troops from the NATO-led force in Afghanistan were killed in a shooting involving an Afghan Air Force pilot at the Afghan capital's airport on Wednesday. Full story

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