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Airstrikes kill 24 Taliban terrorists in Afghanistan

Sify Sunday, 12 May 2019 ()
[Afganistan], May 12 (ANI): Multiple airstrikes across three provinces in Afghanistan left at least 24 Taliban terrorists dead on Sunday.

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