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Violence persists after Afghan offensive

NATO said Sunday that its two-week offensive in south Afghanistan was a “significant success” that had driven Taliban insurgents from their positions and opened the way for development. But violence was unabated, with suicide bombers killing three civilians and wounding six soldiers. Militants also took control of a district in the west of the country after chasing away the police, an official said, in an apparent attempt to open a new front. Full Story

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