Afghanistan: 50 suspected Taliban killed or wounded, army says

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October 29, 2007 08:51




A six-hour battle in southern Afghanistan left over 50 Taliban fighters killed or wounded, while a suicide bomber targeting a police patrol left three civilians dead, officials said Monday. US-led coalition forces raided a compound in the northeast suspected of housing al-Qaida facilitators, killing several militants on Sunday, a coalition statement said. In the south, NATO-led troops and Afghan army soldiers launched an attack in Baluch village in Uruzgan province during a gathering of local Taliban on Sunday, said Juma Gul Himat, the provincial police chief.


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