Fighting goes on at Afghan parliament, police say

By REUTERS
April 16, 2012 05:54

 
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KABUL - Fighting continued at Afghanistan's parliament on Monday, with one insurgent left inside shooting at security forces, the spokesman for the Kabul police chief said.

"One insurgent is left and he is firing toward the security forces sporadically. He has chosen a safe corner for himself which is away from police view," said spokesman Hashmatullah Stanikzai.

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