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Afghanistan: Taliban attack kills 10 pro-government militiamen


Taliban militants in Afghanistan have killed at least 10 pro-government militia members in the country’s restive, northeastern province of Kunduz. Kunduz Governor Abdul Sattar Mirzakwal told source on Friday that the casualties occurred when the Taliban attacked a checkpoint overnight. “Their attack was repelled initially, but the militiamen were attacked again by Taliban fighters, which led to intense fighting,” Mirzakwal said. “Unfortunately, 10 uprising forces (pro-government militiamen) were killed.” Amruddin Wali, a member of the Kunduz Provincial Council, also confirmed the attack, but said at least 15 militiamen had been killed. Kunduz has seen regular clashes between the militants and government forces. The…

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