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Jul 07, 2018
4:33PM

Roadside bomb kills district chief in Afghanistan's western Ghor province

In Afghanistan, a district chief has been killed in a roadside bomb blast in western Ghor province. 

Provincial governor's spokesman, Abdul Hai Khateby, said that Mirza Mohammad Ibrahim was targeted in Charsada district and was on duty at the time. No one claimed responsibility for the attack, but Khateby blamed Taliban insurgents for the attack.
In eastern Ghazni province, Taliban fighters ambushed a police convoy, killing four policemen and wounding six others. Spokesman for the governor Arif Noori said that a police special forces commander was among the four killed in the attack early morning today. 

He said six insurgents were also killed and seven others wounded in the gun battle in Waghez district. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. 

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