Taliban Overnight Assault On Afghan Army Base kills 135 People

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An overnight Taliban suicide raid on a major military base in northern Afghanistan is reported to have left at least 135 people dead, mostly soldiers, in the deadliest attack on Afghan forces since 2001. Witnesses said a group of 10 heavily armed suicide bombers aboard two army vehicles and disguised as government soldiers stormed the Afghan…


 




 



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