Smoke rises from the site of a deadly militant attack on a government building that killed at least nine people, in Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, May 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Mohammad Anwar Danishyar)
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The Taliban launched a wave of attacks in Afghanistan's eastern province of Ghazni, killing at least 14 police officers, including a district police chief and a reserve unit's commander, Afghan officials said Tuesday.Noori said at least 12 other members of the security forces were wounded in the attacks in Dih Yak and Jaghatu districts.Taliban fighters stormed several checkpoints in Dih Yak and Jaghatu, setting off intense battles there, said Latifa Akbari, the head of the provincial council in Ghazni.
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