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US airstrike kills 16 police personnel in Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, a US airstrike killed 16 police personnel and injured two others in Helmand province. Officials said today that the incident took place yesterday as Afghan security forces were clearing..
All India Radio

Taliban claims chief's son killed, Afghan says, they are in Pakistan

[Afghanistan], July 22 (ANI): The Afghan government officials has dismissed the claims by the Taliban that the elder son of group's chief Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzada has died while carrying out a
Sify Also reported by •ANI NewsnewKerala.com

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News video: South Asia Newsline (Program) - July 21, 2017

South Asia Newsline (Program) - July 21, 2017 12:06

July 21, 2017 - South Asia Newsline : - Ethnic Nepalis in eastern India intensify their protest over separate province - Security forces in Afghanistan repel the Taliban in northern Baghlan..
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News video: US Takes $50 Million Reimbursement From Pakistan

US Takes $50 Million Reimbursement From Pakistan 00:51

The U.S. State Department refuses to give Pakistan $50 million in military reimbursements, claiming Pakistan creates "safe havens" for terrorists.
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News video: Americans in Afghanistan to help train fighters

Americans in Afghanistan to help train fighters 02:10

U.S. Marines are returning to Afghanistan to fight for territory they once held. About 350 marines died in Helmand Province fighting against the Taliban since 2001, but within just two years of handing..
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News video: Dozens killed, hundreds injured in Kabul suicide blast claimed by Taliban

Dozens killed, hundreds injured in Kabul suicide blast claimed by Taliban 01:25

A huge explosion has rocked Kabul close to the US embassy, and several Afghan government ministries and security agencies. At least 28 people have been killed in the attack, AFP cited local police..
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News video: Marine general never thought he'd be back in Afghanistan

Marine general never thought he'd be back in Afghanistan 02:28

For the first time in several years, U.S. Marines are on the ground in Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan. They've returned because the Taliban is back. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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US airstrike kills 16 Afghan policemen in Helmand as Taliban leader's son believed dead in suicide attack 


Telegraph.co.uk

Son of Afghan Taliban Leader Dies Carrying out Suicide Attack

PESHAWAR, Pakistan—The son of Taliban leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada died on Thursday carrying out a suicide attack in the province of Helmand in southern Afghanistan, one of the insurgent..
Epoch Times Also reported by •IndiaTimesZee NewsReuters IndiaDNAReuters

US aistrike accidentally kills 12 Afghan police officers who were fighting the Taliban

Pentagon offers condolences to the families of the security forces who were killed
Independent

US airstrike in Helmand kills Afghan police in friendly-fire incident

At least 12 Afghan police officers have been killed in friendly fire following a botched US airstrike over Helmand. Afghan forces have been waging deadly battles to retake the Taliban-held controlled..
Deutsche Welle

Afghanistan: Gunfight with Taliban insurgents kills 11 police officials in Badakshan's province

In Afghanistan, 11 police have been killed and another six wounded during a roaring battle with Taliban insurgents in the northern Badakshan's province. Governor of the province Ahmad Faisal Bigzad..
All India Radio

News24.com | Fighting in Afghan province kills 11 police

The governor of Afghanistan's northern Badakshan's province says 11 police have been killed and another six wounded during a roaring battle with Taliban insurgents.
News24

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