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Seven police killed in Afghanistan blast

Seven Afghan policemen were killed when their vehicle was blown up by a remote-controlled mine in southern Afghanistan just days ahead of landmark presidential elections, the local police chief told AFP.The policemen were travelling in a four-wheel drive vehicle on Tuesday in the Maruf district of Kandahar province, which has been hit hard by an insurgency headed by remnants of the ousted Taliban regime, Khan Mohammad told AFP. “Seven police officers of Kandahar city driving in a four-wheel drive vehicle were killed by a remote controlled mine today,” said Khan, who is the provincial police chief.Full Story

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