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Afghan civil police chief killed in ambush

Afghan civil police chief killed in ambush

Kabul: A day after eight Taliban militants were killed in a clash with security forces in Herat province, a commander of the Afghan National Civil Order Police was killed in an ambush by the militants in Kunduz province on Sunday, police said.

Commander Shah Tawoos was on his way from Takhar to Kunduz when he faced the ambush in Chartoot area, Takhar police chief Abdul Bashir Rashid said.

Two guards were also killed and four others were wounded in the attack, Khaama Press reported.

Taliban has not yet commented on the attack.

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