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Taliban bomb kills Afghan district and police chief

A roadside bomb killed a district governor and his police chief as they were driving home in southern Afghanistan, police said Tuesday, in an attack claimed by Taliban insurgents. The Registan district officials were in the same vehicle driving to their homes in the southern province of Kandahar when they were struck by the bomb at about 9:00 pm Monday, provincial police chief Mutiullah Khan told AFP. “They are both killed and four of their guards were wounded,” he said. Full Story

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