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Suicide Bombings rock Afghanistan, 11 Security Forces killed

Kabul, Feb 17: The suicide bombings rocked eastern Afghanistan killing 11 policemen at its provincial headquarters. Taliban claimed the responsibility for the attacks.

According to reports, four suicide bombers stormed the area targeting the security forces. The Talibani forces seem to be powerful once again after the US and other countries withdrew their troops for the region last year.

In another attack in Pakistan, Talibani suicide bombing killed at least seven in the eastern city of Lahore.

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