18 people killed in separate attacks in Afghanistan
Saturday, 13 June 2020 ()
KABUL, Afghanistan: Two separate attacks in Afghanistan have killed at least 18 people amid a wave of violence across the country, local Afghan officials said on Saturday. A local police chief in western Ghor, Fakhrudin, said Taliban insurgents stormed a police checkpoint...
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