Taliban increase attacks on NATO in turf war against IS

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A map of Afghanistan is shown as Commander of the Resolute Support Mission and United States Force - Afghanistan Army General John Campbell testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee on 'The Situation in Afghanistan', on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 06 October 2015

Taliban increase attacks on NATO in turf war against IS


The Taliban are increasing suicide attacks in and around Kabul in Afghanistan, in a turf was with ISIS. As NATO forces withdraw, attacks against NATO and Afghan civilians are a statement of who is really in charge, mostly in a show of power against ISIS.

In this sense, Monday was a typical day.  A German convoy was hit by a Taliban suicide bomber in Kabul. Two soldiers were slightly injured, Spiegel reports. The target was a German Brigadier General, Michael Podzus, Spiegel reports. The Gener...


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