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Afghan forces hunt Taliban after surge in violence

Afghan police hunted for Taliban insurgents on Friday after two of the country’s bloodiest days since the 2001 overthrow of the hardline Islamists. About 100 people were killed in violence that began on Wednesday. It included a large-scale attack on a town in the southern province of Helmand and two suicide blasts in different parts of the country. “We are hunting for them all over Mosa Qala district, to capture them or kill them,” said Helmand’s deputy governor, Amir Mohammad Akhundzada. Full Story

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