Kabul police chief quits after guest house attacks, army ousts Taliban from Camp Bast




 
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November 30th, 2014  
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Topic: Kabul police chief quits after guest house attacks, army ousts Taliban from Camp Bast


By Jessica Donati and Kay Johnson KABUL (Reuters) - The Kabul police chief resigned on Sunday after three Taliban attacks in 10 days on foreign guest houses in the capital, while officials said Afghan forces had ousted insurgents who tried to seize former U.S. and British base Camp Bastion in the south. Taliban fighters breached the perimeter of Camp Bastion in the southern Afghan province of Helmand three days ago, just one month after the base was handed over to the Afghan army. The attacks of recent days have renewed fears that Afghanistan’s army and police are unable to secure the country. ...




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