An American general was killed Tuesday after a shooter wearing an Afghan military uniform opened flame
An American general was killed Tuesday after a shooter wearing an Afghan military uniform opened flame at a preparation office in Kabul, U.s. authorities told CNN’s Jim Sciutto.
No less than 15 coalition troops, including different Americans, were injured in the assault, Sciutto was told.
The occurrence happened at Marshal Fahim National Defense University in Kabul, said NATO’s International Security Assistance Force in an announcement, illuminating prior data from ISAF which reported that the shooting happened at Camp Qargha.
The German military said that the savagery broke out amid a “key pioneer” occasion. It likewise said that one individual was slaughtered and 14 were harmed, including a German brigadier general.
The Afghan Defense Ministry portrayed the shooter as a “terrorist” and said Afghan troopers shot him dead.
Previously, individuals dressed as Afghan security powers have assaulted coalition strengths who have attempted to defeat such brutality.