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Afghan forces kill 'mastermind' of Taliban attack on security forces camp

Sify Wednesday, 23 January 2019
Afghan security forces have killed the Taliban commander who masterminded Monday's deadly suicide attack on a security forces camp that killed scores in Wardak province, a media report said.
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News video: Taliban Attack On Afghan Security Base Kills Over 100

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According to Reuters, a Taliban attack in central Afghanistan on Monday killed scores of security personnel, with some estimates putting the death toll at more than 100. Attackers rammed a captured military Humvee packed with explosives into a training center of the National Directorate for Security....

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