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Protesters set afire one section of the base that is run by Spanish troops in Qalay-e Naw, the provincial capital of Badghis province near the border with Turkmenistan, according to witnesses.
The massive protest was triggered when the US-led foreign forces in the area killed a local Afghan soldier.
The US-led troops inside the base reportedly opened fire on the protesters, wounding several people, Reuters said.
A spokesman for the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force provided no details about the incident, saying that it was still checking.
The Afghan National Police have been criticised for ill-discipline and incompetence [AFP]
Two Spanish police trainers and their interpreter have died in Afghanistan after being shot by their driver.
The driver opened fire while the trainers were teaching a class in Badghis province in western Afghanistan. Other officers then killed the driver.
Spanish authorities said the driver had been working with their trainers for around five months.
"I can't say if the Taliban were behind this or not. But what is clear is that it was a premeditated attack," said Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, the Spanish interior minister. "The person who opened fire knew exactly what he was doing."
The dead trainers were identified as Jose Maria Galera Cordoba and Abraham Leoncio Bravo Picallo, both 33 years old. Authorities have not released the name of the translator, reportedly an Iranian-born man with Spanish citizenship.
The trainers were working with a group of 47 Afghan policemen.
'Heart of the problem'
The shooting sparked a large protest outside the camp, with hundreds of people chanting slogans, throwing stones and attempting to storm the Spanish-run base in the provincial capital of Qala-e-Now.
Protesters told the Reuters news agency that the crowd had set fire to one part of the base. One demonstrator, who identified himself as Abdullah, told Reuters that troops inside the base had fired on the protesters.
Mohammad Sadiq, a surgeon at the town's government hospital, said at least 18 wounded people had been brought in for treatment, many suffering from bullet wounds.
Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid, reporting from Kabul, said the shooting "goes to the heart" of the problem confronting coalition forces attempting to rebuild and bring stability to Afghanistan: a huge lack of trust between Nato and Afghans.
"Any kind of little fight could immediately flare up, as we saw today," she said.
The two Spanish policemen were members of their country's Civil Guard, a paramilitary police force similar to Italy's Carabinieri and France's Gendarmerie. Up to 33 Civil Guard officers are deployed in Afghanistan, and the two who were killed Wednesday were scheduled to return home on Friday.