د پروان د ولایت پر مقام د نني برید انځورونه ۲۰۱۱-۸-۱۴

د پروان د ولایت پر مقام د نني برید انځورونه ۲۰۱۱-۸-۱۴

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A policeman points toward bloodstains of civilians at the compound of the governor of Parwan province in Charikar, capital of Parwan province, August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on the governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

An Afghan policeman (R) looks at the destruction caused at the compound of the governor of Parwan province in Charikar, August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on a governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

Afghan policemen look at the destruction caused at the compound of the governor of Parwan province in Charikar, August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on a governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

An Afghan policeman looks at the destruction caused at the compound of the governor of Parwan province in Charikar, August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on a governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

Afghanistan's security forces walk through the site of a suicide attack at a governors compound in Charikar, the capital of Parwan north of Kabul on August 14, 2011. A gun and suicide attack on an Afghan governor's compound killed 19 people in the latest Taliban assault spotlighting the militants' power just outside the capital Kabul. Abdul Basir Salangi, the governor of Parwan province, told a local television channel during the siege that six suicide bombers had stormed the main provincial administration.

Afghan National Army soldiers (ANA) are seen through broken glass at the compound of the governor of Parwan province in Charikar, capital of Parwan province August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on the governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

Afghanistan's security forces stand around a dead body at the site of a suicide attack on a governors compound in Charikar, the capital of Parwan north of Kabul on August 14, 2011. A gun and suicide attack on an Afghan governor's compound killed 19 people in the latest Taliban assault spotlighting the militants' power just outside the capital Kabul. Abdul Basir Salangi, the governor of Parwan province, told a local television channel during the siege that six suicide bombers had stormed the main provincial administration.

Afghanistan's National Army (ANA) soldiers walk near the site of a suicide attack on a governors compound  in Charikar, the capital of Parwan north of Kabul on August 14, 2011. A gun and suicide attack on an Afghan governor's compound killed 19 people in the latest Taliban assault spotlighting the militants' power just outside the capital Kabul. Abdul Basir Salangi, the governor of Parwan province, told a local television channel during the siege that six suicide bombers had stormed the main provincial administration.

A U.S. soldier walks past a bullet-riddled wall after an attack at the compound of the governor of Parwan province August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on a governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

Men, injured during an attack, receive treatment at a hospital in Charikar, capital of Parwan province, August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on a governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

Afghanistan's security forces stand around the site of a suicide attack in Charikar, the capital of Parwan north of Kabul on August 14, 2011. A gun and suicide attack on an Afghan governor's compound killed 19 people in the latest Taliban assault spotlighting the militants' power just outside the capital Kabul. Abdul Basir Salangi, the governor of Parwan province, told a local television channel during the siege that six suicide bombers had stormed the main provincial administration.

Debris of a car used in a suicide attack is seen outside the compound of the governor of Parwan province in Charikar, capital of Parwan province, August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on the governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

GRAPHIC CONTENT Afghanistan's security forces stand around the site of a suicide attack in Charikar, the capital of Parwan north of Kabul on August 14, 2011. A gun and suicide attack on an Afghan governor's compound killed 19 people in the latest Taliban assault spotlighting the militants' power just outside the capital Kabul. Abdul Basir Salangi, the governor of Parwan province, told a local television channel during the siege that six suicide bombers had stormed the main provincial administration.

A policeman holds a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) launcher as he walks past debris of a car used in a suicide attack outside the compound of the governor of Parwan province in Charikar, capital of Parwan province August 14, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen killed at least 19 people during an attack on the governor's compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, with gun battles and several blasts heard before the assault was put down.

An Afghanistan's National Army (ANA) soldier stands guard near the site of a suicide attack on a governors compound  in Charikar, the capital of Parwan north of Kabul on August 14, 2011. A gun and suicide attack on an Afghan governor's compound killed 19 people in the latest Taliban assault spotlighting the militants' power just outside the capital Kabul. Abdul Basir Salangi, the governor of Parwan province, told a local television channel during the siege that six suicide bombers had stormed the main provincial administration.



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