A shot fired by a British Army sniper at a suspected Taliban fighter in Afghanistan last December killed not just the man in the marksman’s sights but also five other men who were thought to be militant soldiers, The Telegraph reports.
Read original article – Published April 01, 2014 9:57 AM
Report: British Army Sniper’s Single Shot Kills Six Taliban
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