(CNN) -- Initial reports indicate at least 10 Americans were wounded -- along with the two U.S. service members who were killed -- in Monday's shooting in Afghanistan's Wardak province, a U.S. official says. An assailant wearing an Afghan National Security Forces uniform opened fire on several NATO and Afghan service members, NATO's International Security Assistance Force officials have said.
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