The Czech solider who was wounded in Tuesday’s terrorist suicide bombing in Afghanistan remains in serious but stable condition, a Czech military source reported on Wednesday. The soldier, who was flown to a US military hospital, has undergone two emergency operations and is likely to remain in Afghanistan for another 10 to 14 days. Four Czech soldiers were killed in the bombing, which also claimed the lives of ten Afghan children and two police officers.
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