The Taliban staged an ambush on an Afghan police convoy patrolling a key highway, killing 15 wounding 10 in western Afghanistan’s Farah province.
In the mountain pass attack, insurgents fled unharmed after they attacked about 40 officers in the convoy driving on the main trade route through the province. And in another strike nearby, rockets killed six truck drivers and destroyed dozens of trucks that carry fuel for coalition forces.
The ambush late Wednesday came on the same day as the Taliban launched their most complex attack this year, a failed effort to overrun a NATO base in eastern Ghazni province that killed one U.S. soldier and wounded 10 Polish soldiers and dozens of Afghans.
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The Taliban staged an ambush on an Afghan police convoy patrolling a key highway,…
by Tactical-Life / Aug 30, 2013