Suspected Taliban guerrillas have killed another Afghan working for a local humanitarian agency and seriously wounded his driver, underscoring the need to widen peacekeeping operations, aid officials said on Thursday. The attack, the latest in a string of recent attacks on Afghans working for humanitarian organizations, took place in the province of Helmand on Wednesday, district military commander Haji Ghulam Sarwar told Reuters. He said the worker with the Voluntary Association for Rehabilitation of Afghanistan was killed when four guerrillas attacked his vehicle on the road to the city of Kandahar in Girishk district, about 345 miles west of Kabul. Full Story
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