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20 November, 2012

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JALALABD: A clash between Taliban and Afghan security forces left six civilians in Khugyani district of eastern Ningarhar province last night, local residents said Monday.

Taliban mounted attacks on a convoy of ANA which was on way to Jalalabad from Sherzad district in three separate areas, sparking a firefight, a resident of Memla area, Khugyani district, told AIP.

He said a woman among six civilians were wounded in the clash. Haji Said Rahman, administrator of Khugyani district, told AIP that there was no damage to Afghan troops.

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