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50 killed in widespread Afghan violence

NATO nations failed to agree on calls by military commanders for 2,500 extra troops to help crush the growing Taliban-led insurgency in Afghanistan, where at least 50 people were killed Wednesday in widespread violence. NATO announced that 173 people — including 151 Afghan civilians — have been killed in suicide bombings across the country since the start of the year. The remaining victims include NATO and U.S.-led coalition forces and Afghan authorities. Full Story

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