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Eight police killed in Afghan ambush

Taliban militants ambushed a police patrol in western Afghanistan, killing eight policemen and losing at least four of their own fighters, police said Sunday. The fighting in the province of Farah erupted late Saturday after dozens of Taliban rebels ambushed a police patrol, Farah police chief Sayed Agha Saqeb said. “Eight police were killed and two wounded,” Saqeb said. About 17 rebels were believed killed and wounded during six hours of fighting, but only four bodies were recovered from the battlefield, he said. Full Story

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