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کابل: د موسهي ولسوالۍ ودانۍ د نني برید نه وروسته په انځورونو کې 14-4-2011

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Afghanistan's security forces stand at the site of a suicide attack in Musayi district of Kabul province on April 14, 2011. Three Afghan policemen were killed on April 14 when Taliban militants struck at a police training centre in one of three suicide attacks to hit Afghanistan on the same day. Insurgents are increasingly targeting Afghan security forces, whose role will increase as US-led NATO troops prepare to hand over responsibility for security in seven areas from July and end frontline fighting in 2014.

Afghanistan's security forces stand at the site of a suicide attack in Musayi district of Kabul province on April 14, 2011. Three Afghan policemen were killed on April 14 when Taliban militants struck at a police training centre in one of three suicide attacks to hit Afghanistan on the same day. Insurgents are increasingly targeting Afghan security forces, whose role will increase as US-led NATO troops prepare to hand over responsibility for security in seven areas from July and end frontline fighting in 2014.

Afghanistan's security forces stand at the site of a suicide attack in Musayi district of Kabul province on April 14, 2011. Three Afghan policemen were killed on April 14 when Taliban militants struck at a police training centre in one of three suicide attacks to hit Afghanistan on the same day. Insurgents are increasingly targeting Afghan security forces, whose role will increase as US-led NATO troops prepare to hand over responsibility for security in seven areas from July and end frontline fighting in 2014.

Afghanistan's security forces stand at the site of a suicide attack in Musayi district of Kabul province on April 14, 2011. Three Afghan policemen were killed on April 14 when Taliban militants struck at a police training centre in one of three suicide attacks to hit Afghanistan on the same day. Insurgents are increasingly targeting Afghan security forces, whose role will increase as US-led NATO troops prepare to hand over responsibility for security in seven areas from July and end frontline fighting in 2014.

Afghanistan's security forces stand at the site of a suicide attack in Musayi district of Kabul province on April 14, 2011. Three Afghan policemen were killed on April 14 when Taliban militants struck at a police training centre in one of three suicide attacks to hit Afghanistan on the same day. Insurgents are increasingly targeting Afghan security forces, whose role will increase as US-led NATO troops prepare to hand over responsibility for security in seven areas from July and end frontline fighting in 2014.

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