Taliban Takes Key North Afghan District as Fighting SurgesBy
Capital of southern Helmand province under Taliban siege
Car bombing near U.S. embassy in Kabul wounds at least three
Taliban militants captured a key district about 100 miles north of Afghanistan’s capital, which itself was hit by a bombing on Monday, a blow to the government in Kabul that’s coming under further pressure from a renewed surge in fighting.
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