An Afghan man digs a grave for one of the 57 victims of a bomb blast before the burial a day after the attack on a voter registration centre in Kabul, on April 23, 2018. / AFP / SHAH MARAI
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A new wave of Taliban attacks killed at least nine Afghan soldiers and policemen on Tuesday, officials said, the latest in a particularly deadly week of assaults by militants.Mehri said six Taliban fighters were killed and three others were wounded in the battle, which lasted several hours.The Taliban did, however, claim another attack in Afghanistan on Tuesday, in eastern Ghazni province that killed at least four members of the local police force and wounded seven.On Monday, Taliban attacks in western Afghanistan killed 18 soldiers and policemen.
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