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NY Times/Reuters: Taliban repelled in Afghan battle

November 10, 2011

KABUL, Afghanistan (Reuters) — Afghan and NATO troops killed 50 to 60 Taliban fighters during an attack by insurgents on a base in a volatile southeastern Afghan province near the border with Pakistan, a provincial government spokesman said Wednesday.

The NATO-led military force confirmed that there had been an attack on a base in the Barmal District of Paktika province late Tuesday.

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    November 10, 2011 18:22

    50 to 60 Talibans has been killed during an attack to a base in the Barmal disctrict of Paktika province, but when those attacks will be arrested, when the Talibans will depose arms and a tractative table may be open? When they will antepone Afghanistan interess to their?
    It is a war without a sense, if not merely that of impose theyself to others, to win that they call the eternal enemy: the occident and his culture, the infedels.
    When more hopes are present on their country, the human rights are codified and respected, what their finality? A power that is merely prevarication and oppression? When we think that their natif country and confinant states have a great history, we may not reflect how low is the actual culture level they are pursuing.
    Question seem be without logic answers.
    We are on 2011 and not on the medioeval era, but their biologic clock seem arrested to thi era.
    Claudio Alpaca

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