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Afghan officials say the Taliban attack on a military base in eastern province on Monday killed 45 military personnel

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 22 January 2019
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghan officials say the Taliban attack on a military base in eastern province on Monday killed 45 military personnel.
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According to Reuters, a Taliban attack in central Afghanistan on Monday killed scores of security personnel, with some estimates putting the death toll at more than 100. Attackers rammed a captured military Humvee packed with explosives into a training center of the National Directorate for Security....

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