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British soldier killed in Kabul, four injured
Published Wednesday 28th January 2004
It is with very deep regret that the Ministry of Defence has to confirm that one British soldier was killed, and four soldiers injured, by an apparent suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan on 28 January 2004.
Private Jonathan Kitulagoda, who died, was aged 23 and came from Clifton in Bedforshire and he was a student in Plymouth. A member of the Rifle Volunteers, a Territorial Army battalion, he was serving in Kabul with the International Security Assistance Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Ian Blewett, the Commanding Officer of The Rifle Volunteers, said:
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