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3 Taliban killed

28 November, 2012

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JALALABAD: The Taliban said their three fighters were killed during fighting with combined force in Kot district of Nangarhar province on Tuesday.

The Taliban conducted fierce attack on combined force in Khorgi area of Kot district, leaving seven joint troops dead and eight more injured, the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP).

Three Taliban fighters also lost their lives in the gunfight, he admitted.

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