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Taliban commander killed in Afghanistan

As the United States took command of NATO-led troops in Afghanistan, a precision strike Sunday killed a key Taliban commander near a southern Afghan town overrun by militants. A spokesman for the alliance, Colonel Tom Collins, said that the strike near the town of Musa Qala killed a “high-level Taliban leader” and was conducted in “full coordination with the government.” He did not identify the suspected leader. Full Story

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