• US commander unscathed in shooting that killed top Afghan official

    1 month ago - By New York Post

    KANDAHAR, Afghanistan - Gen. Abdul Razeq, one of Afghanistan's most powerful security officials, was killed on Thursday when a bodyguard opened fire following a meeting in the governor's compound in the southern province of Kandahar, officials said. Gen. Scott Miller, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan who had been at the meeting with Razeq only...
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  • Parliamentarian Khalid Pashtun says Kandahar police chief, governor and intelligence chief killed in attack by guards

    Parliamentarian Khalid Pashtun says Kandahar police chief, governor and intelligence chief killed in attack by guards

    1 month ago - By The Seattle Times

    KABUL, Afghanistan - Parliamentarian Khalid Pashtun says Kandahar police chief, governor and intelligence chief killed in attack by guards.
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  • Afghan lawmaker says 3 top Kandahar officials killed by their own guards, 2 U.S. troops wounded in same attack

    1 month ago - By The Seattle Times

    KABUL, Afghanistan - Afghan lawmaker says 3 top Kandahar officials killed by their own guards, 2 U.S. troops wounded in same attack. .
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  • Afghan Police Chief in Kandahar Is Killed After Meeting With U.S. Commander

    1 month ago - By NY Times

    Gen. Abdul Raziq had survived dozens of attempts on his life before the attack on Thursday. Gen. Austin S. Miller, the commander of American forces in Afghanistan, was not hurt.
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  • The Latest: Afghan guards kill police chief; US troops hurt

    1 month ago - By ABC News

    The Latest: Afghan guards turn weapons on colleagues at Kandahar security meeting, kill police chief; 2 US troops wounded
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  • TV: Afghan guards open fire during security meeting in Kandahar, killing police chief; NATO says American troops wounded

    1 month ago - By The Seattle Times

    KABUL, Afghanistan - TV: Afghan guards open fire during security meeting in Kandahar, killing police chief; NATO says American troops wounded.
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