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U.S., Afghan Forces Clash With Militants

U.S. and allied troops backed by warplanes and helicopters fought dozens of militants Monday in the biggest border clash along the mountainous Pakistani border in months. At least two militants and two Afghan soldiers were killed. Separately, an Afghan soldier was reported killed when gunmen ambushed his vehicle in southern Afghanistan on Sunday as he returned from guarding officials registering voters for October’s presidential election. The border battle began shortly after midnight Sunday when militants armed with rockets and machine-guns attacked a military post in Khost, a former al-Qaida stronghold about 120 miles south of Kabul, Afghan commander Gen. Khial Baz said. Full Story

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