The Canadian Press

2011-05-27 | Afghan Canada Soldier

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A Canadian soldier, Bombardier Karl Manning, died May 27th in a non-hostile incident in Afghanistan. Brigadier-General Dean Milner, commander of Canadian troops, called the loss a shock. (Manning was near the end of an almost seven-month deployment with the 1st Battalion Royal 22nd Regiment battle group.)

Date: 2011-05-27
Placeline: KANDAHAR, Afghanistan.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Bombardier curl Manning's remains were discovered by fellow comrades yesterday at his base camp what an investigation is ongoing to establish the circumstances surrounding his death Foul Play an enemy action have been ruled out >>