Taliban killed in Afghan gun battle

Nato and Afghan forces kill three fighters in volatile Zabul province.

    Resurgent Taliban have stepped up attacks in
    recent months [AP]

    Nato's International Security Assistance Force did not immediately have any details on the incident.
    Despite a large Nato presence, much of Afghanistan is being swept by anarchy and lawlessness.
    The Taliban have apparently regrouped after being driven out of Kabul by US-led forces in November 2001 and have since stepped up attacks on Nato and Afghan forces.
    A resurgent Taliban have also threatened a renewed offensive in coming months.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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