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Taliban kill 12 Afghan security forces in separate attacks

Seattle Times Wednesday, 14 November 2018
Taliban kill 12 Afghan security forces in separate attacksKABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghan officials say the Taliban have killed 12 members of the Afghan security forces, including nine soldiers who died in a battle in the Maidan Wardak province just outside the capital, Kabul. Hekmat Durani, spokesman for the provincial police chief, says the nine were killed in the Sayed Abad district, and […]
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