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Afghanistan: Taliban, security officials clash in Farah leave at least 60 dead

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Afghanistan: Taliban, security officials clash in Farah leave at least 60 dead

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 12 May 2018, 07:55 pm

Kabul, May 12 (IBNS): At least 60 persons have been killed in a clash between the Taliban militants and security members in Afghanistan's Farah province, local Tolo News reported.

While 45 Taliban soldiers were killed during the clash, at least 16 soldiers died.

Over 40 militants affiliated with the terrorist group were also wounded.

The Taliban has confirmed the clash, which took place on Friday night, when a group of militants attacked Farah City in order to seize control. 

 

Afghanistan: Taliban, security officials clash in Farah leave at least 60 dead

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