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U.S. warplane crashes in Afghanistan

U.S. warplane crashes in Afghanistan

The Taliban claim to have shot down a U.S. warplane. The U.S. has not yet commented on the information.
A U.S. Air Force plane may have crashed in the Afghan province of Ghazni. This is reported on Monday, January 27, TV channel TOLOnews.

The publication published a video from the crash site, according to which the markings on the right engine of the aircraft indicate that the plane belonged to the U.S. Air Force. At the same time, it is noted that there is no official confirmation that this video is related to the plane crash in Ghazni province.”

At the same time, the Taliban terrorist group, which controls the territory where the plane crashed, claimed responsibility for the incident. Islamist media say the plane was shot down.

According to them, five people were on board the aircraft, including two pilots.

According to German reporter Julian Repke, a Us military aircraft, the Bombardier E-11A, was shot down in Afghanistan.

The U.S. has not yet commented on the information.


It was initially reported that the plane belonged to Ariana Afghan Airlines, but the national carrier denies this information.

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