Three suspected Taliban killed in W. Afghanistan

March 25, 2007 08:53

Suspected Taliban insurgents attacked a group of engineers surveying a dam in western Afghanistan, triggering a clash in which three militants were killed and one villager was wounded, an official said Sunday. The Afghan and Indian engineers were surveying a dam in the Bala Buluk area of Farah province on Saturday when they were attacked, said Anwar Khan, a spokesman for the provincial police chief.

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