This image from video AP obtained from the SITE Intel Group posted by al-Emarah Jihadi Studio, an Afghan Taliban media unit who released two clips on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, purports to show smoke rising over Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, Afghanistan after what the Taliban media unit says is an attack at the base. The Taliban claimed responsibility Saturday for the attack on a sprawling British base in southern Afghanistan that killed two U.S. Marines and wounded several other troops, saying it was to avenge an anti-Islamic film that insulted the Prophet Muhammad and also because Britain's Prince Harry is serving there. This photo, which AP obtained from SITE Intelligence Group, has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting. (AP Photo/SITE Intelligence Group) MANDATORY CREDIT

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This image from video AP obtained from the SITE Intel Group posted by al-Emarah Jihadi Studio, an Afghan Taliban media unit who released two clips on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, purports to show smoke rising over Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, Afghanistan after what the Taliban media unit says is an attack at the base. The Taliban claimed responsibility Saturday for the attack on a sprawling British base in southern Afghanistan that killed two U.S. Marines and wounded several other troops, saying it was to avenge an anti-Islamic film that insulted the Prophet Muhammad and also because Britain's Prince Harry is serving there. This photo, which AP obtained from SITE Intelligence Group, has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting. (AP Photo/SITE Intelligence Group) MANDATORY CREDIT
This image from video AP obtained from the SITE Intel Group posted by al-Emarah Jihadi Studio, an Afghan Taliban media unit who released two clips on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, purports to show smoke rising over Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, Afghanistan after what the Taliban media unit says is an attack at the base. The Taliban claimed responsibility Saturday for the attack on a sprawling British base in southern Afghanistan that killed two U.S. Marines and wounded several other troops, saying it was to avenge an anti-Islamic film that insulted the Prophet Muhammad and also because Britain's Prince Harry is serving there. This photo, which AP obtained from SITE Intelligence Group, has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting. (AP Photo/SITE Intelligence Group) MANDATORY CREDIT
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