Thursday, July 7, 2011

Killed 33 policemen and five civilians in an attack by Taliban in Afghanistan

After two days of fighting in eastern Afghanistan, 33 policemen and five civilians died after several Taliban offensives against several police stations, as announced on Wednesday the governor of Nuristan province. Moreover, at least 40 insurgents have died, as explained by Badr Jamaluddin, who said the fighting had occurred in Kamdesh district, bordering Pakistan.

"According to several reports in the area 33 border policemen and five civilians, including two women, have died," said the governor of Nuristan. According to the Interior Ministry, "terrorists coming across the Pakistani border have been attacked several police stations in the district of Kamdesh" border with Pakistan.

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