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Afghan commander killed by Taliban roadside bomb

The commander of a pro-government Afghan militia force was killed by a roadside bomb on Friday in an attack blamed on Taliban insurgents. It was the latest in a wave of bomb attacks that have killed and wounded dozens of people in Afghanistan in the past few months. Shadi Khan, the former chief of Deshu district police in the southern Helmand province, was killed and two of his bodyguards were wounded when his car was hit by the blast, said Haji Mohammad Wali, spokesman for the provincial governor. Full Story

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