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Afghan Rebels Plotting Coordinated Strikes -Governor

Several Afghan opposition leaders, including senior members of the ousted Taliban, have met near the Pakistan border to plot coordinated attacks on government and foreign troops and aid workers, a provincial governor said on Friday. The governor said Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, leader of a radical Islamic party, and two commanders of the ousted Taliban — Jalaluddin Haqqani and Saifur Rahman — drew up the strategy at a meeting in Pakistan’s lawless tribal area near the Afghan border. “We have reports they met recently and talked over launching coordinated attacks,” the governor of Ghazni province, Haji Assadullah, told Reuters by telephone. Full Story

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