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Taliban militants attempt to seize Afghanistan's Ghazni

WorldNews Sunday, 12 August 2018
Taliban militants attempt to seize Afghanistan's GhazniThe Taliban militants have attacked the police headquarters and other government buildings in Ghazni amid their threats to seize control of the eastern Afghan city. Mohammad Sharif Yaftali, the Afghan army's chief of staff, told reporters at a news conference in the capital Kabul on Sunday that heavy...
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News video: Afghanistan: 20 civilians, 100 security forces killed in Ghazni

▶ Afghanistan: 20 civilians, 100 security forces killed in Ghazni 02:46

Reinforcements are being sent to aid Afghan forces as they continue to battle the Taliban for control of Ghazni city.

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