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    At Least 5 Killed in Taliban Attack in Eastern Afghani Ghazni

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    Four Taliban militants attacked the Appellate Court of Ghazni in eastern Afghanistan leaving victims and injuries, local media reported Wednesday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Four Taliban militants attacked the Appellate Court of Ghazni in eastern Afghanistan killing one policemen and wounding court's chief along with two civilians, local media reported Wednesday.

    All four confirmed Taliban attackers were killed by the police, Khaama Press reported.

    Afghanistan is experiencing significant political, social and security-related instability, as radical extremist organizations, including the Taliban, continue to stage attacks against civilian and state targets.


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