Taliban kill dozens at army HQ in northern Afghanistan
Friday, 21 April 2017 Dozens of Afghan soldiers were killed or wounded on Friday when Taliban gunmen disguised in Afghan army uniform talked their way past checkpoints and attacked a military base, officials said.
CNN has reported that Taliban fighters dressed in military uniforms attacked an army base in northern Afghanistan, killing or wounding more than 100 soldiers. The updated number of specific soldiers killed or wounded in the attack Friday was not immediately clear. The Afghan ministry of defense said...
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Taliban militants have attacked an Afghan army post and killed 18 government soldiers, while a suicide bomber in the capital killed at least one person and wounded six. Matthew Larotonda reports Source: Reuters Studio -