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Afghan clashes kill 27 Taliban: army commander

Afghan and U.S.-led foreign forces have killed 27 Taliban fighters in the latest clashes in the worst violence Afghanistan has seen since the Taliban were ousted in 2001. Rahmatullah Raufi, a government army commander in the Afghan south, said a brother-in-law of fugitive Taliban chief Mullah Mohammad Omar was “most probably” among those killed in the clashes on Sunday night. Full Story

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