Nato troops die in Afghan attack

At least 21 foreign troops have reportedly been killed in Afghanistan this year.


    Most of the attacks in the country are blamed on a resurgent Taliban.
    US-led forces had driven out the group from Kabul in 2001, but the Taliban has reportedly regrouped since then, launching attacks on the current Afghan government and forces supporting it.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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