KABUL: Five NATO-led service members were killed in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan on Saturday, the coalition forces said in a statement, without saying what had caused the crash.
"ISAF is still in the process of reviewing the circumstances to determine more facts," the International Security Assistance Force said. It did not provide details of their nationalities.
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