This was the big news on Sunday evening in Poland. 4 soldiers were injured, two seriously in Afghanistan in the explosion of the road bomb.
Bomb injures four Polish soldiers in Afghanistan
9 July 2007 | 02:50 | FOCUS News Agency
Warsaw. A roadside bomb injured four Polish troops north of the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday, two of them seriously, during a patrol near their base, Polish television reported cited by AFP. The device exploded underneath the third vehicle in the convoy near their base at Bagram, private television channel TVN24 said, quoting Polish military officials. Poland has around 1,200 troops in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan battling a Taliban-led insurgency. The Polish contingent is responsible for security in the provinces of Paktika and Ghazni in the southeast of the country, while crack units are also stationed in Kandahar in the south.