The Taliban have killed at least 58 Afghan security force personnel in a wave of attacks across the country.
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The Taliban have killed at least 58 Afghan security forces in a wave of attacks across the country, including an assault that nearly wiped out an army camp in the southern Kandahar province, officials said Thursday.The attack on the army camp took place late Wednesday and involved two suicide car bombs, Defense Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri said.Nine other soldiers were wounded and six have gone missing, Waziri said, adding that 10 attackers were killed.A Taliban attack on police posts in western Farah province, also late Wednesday, killed nine policemen, police chief Abdul-Marouf Foulad said, adding that 22 insurgents were killed in the gun battle.
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