Afghan insurgents attack convoy, kill 11 police

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June 8, 2008 15:57

 
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Insurgents attacked a police convoy in central Afghanistan on Sunday, killing 11 police and wounding one, an official said. Around the same time, a clash in the same region left one Taliban insurgent dead and wounded two others, police said. The convoy attack occurred in the Qarabagh district of Ghazni province, said the province's deputy governor, Kazim Allayar. He said at least three police vehicles were destroyed. No information was immediately available on whether any insurgents were killed.

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