Roadside bombs have been the most deadliest weapon in the insurgent arsenal against international forces in the course of the Afghan war. NATO said four of its troops were killed in eastern Afghanistan, three of them by a and one in an insurgent attack. Another was killed by a bomb in the south, the alliance said, bringing the total number of international forces killed so far this year to 16.
Last year was the deadliest of the nearly decade-long war for international forces, with more than 700 killed, compared to just over 500 in 2009.
Sumber: www.yahoo.com, 13/1/2011