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Taliban chop drivers’ noses, ears in Afghanistan

Taliban guerrillas chopped noses and ears of at least five truck drivers in eastern Afghanistan as punishment for transporting supplies to U.S.-led troops, officials and residents said on Sunday. The drivers were part of a convoy headed for a coalition military base when they were attacked in the province of Nuristan on Saturday. “The number of drivers who had their noses and ears cut varies, it is between five and eight,” Ghulamullah, the police chief of Nuristan who uses only one name, said citing locals and officials in the area. Full Story

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