Afghan Officials Blame Taliban for Increasing Attacks Nine policemen are killed in an attack in southeast Afghanistan, and two aid workers are wounded in another in the north. No one has claimed responsibility, but Afghan authorities blame the Taliban for several recent attacks. More than 100 people have been killed in the last seven days. Hear NPR's Michael Sullivan.
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Afghan Officials Blame Taliban for Increasing Attacks

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Afghan Officials Blame Taliban for Increasing Attacks

Afghan Officials Blame Taliban for Increasing Attacks

Afghan Officials Blame Taliban for Increasing Attacks

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Nine policemen are killed in an attack in southeast Afghanistan, and two aid workers are wounded in another in the north. No one has claimed responsibility, but Afghan authorities blame the Taliban for several recent attacks. More than 100 people have been killed in the last seven days. Hear NPR's Michael Sullivan.