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Taliban fighters ambush, kill dozens of retreating Afghan troops

LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Taliban militants ambushed and killed around 100 Afghan police and soldiers earlier this week as they tried to retreat, the heaviest losses suffered by government forces during months of fierce clashes near the capital of southern Helmand province.
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