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Three killed, two injured in separate incidents

11 October, 2012

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KABUL: Three people were killed and two others injured in separate incidents of violence in different parts of the country, officials said on Wednesday.

One man was killed and two others were injured as result of land dispute in the Chahar Asyab district of Kabul on Wednesday, the governor's spokesman said.

Wasiullh Miakhel told Pajhwok Afghan News the clash took place between Yaskhel and Kuchi tribes in the Dasht-i-Saqawa area of the district. In northern Sar-i-Pul province, a rebel commander was killed during an operation on Tuesday night, said the acting police chief, Col. Syed Jahangir Kiramat.

The operation was conducted by Afghan commandos, backed by US Special Forces, he said, identifying the insurgent commander as Maulvi Azizullah.

In central Parwan province, a 13 years old shepherd was killed and his animals were stolen by unidentified gunmen in Siahgird district, said Lt. Col. Abdul Hanan Kohistani, the police spokesman.


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