53 Killed, 90 Wounded In Attack On Afghan Compound

At least 53 people were killed and 90 others wounded Wednesday in an insurgent attack on an Afghanistan governor's compound where Taliban fighters were facing trial, local officials said.Nine insurgents with explosives strapped to their bodies stormed the compound in Farah province, bordering Iran, Reuters reported.The Taliban claimed responsibility for the incident, and Taliban spokesman Qari You...

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