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24 Afghans die as tunnel collapses in coal mine Map of Samangan Afghanistan
  Afghan militants target, kill female author Map of Paktika Afghanistan  An Indian author whose memoir about her dramatic escape from the Taliban became a Bollywood movie was shot dead by militants   Taliban hit Afghan intelligence HQ Map of Wardak Afghanistan  At least four Afghan intelligence staff have been killed after suicide bombers attacked offices of the provincial intelligence department in Wardak   Afghan Taliban attack US consulate Map of Herat Afghanistan

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Sep.12   Western Afghanistan  
  A suicide bomber had detonated explosives outside the building before dawn on Friday. Other fighters then opened fire
Sep.14   Northern Afghanistan  
  Officials say a tunnel collapse in a coal mine in Afghanistan's north has killed at least 24 workers and left three missing
Sep.15   Helmand   Top Afghanistan policewoman dies
  Lieutenant Negar, the most senior woman police officer in troubled Helmand province has died in hospital after being shot by unknown gunmen
Sep.20   Northern Afghanistan     Militants kill 18 Afghan police Map of Badakhshan Afghanistan  At least 18 Afghan police officers have been killed and 13 wounded in a Taliban ambush in Badakhshan province, the interior ministry says   Pakistan   Date set for Taliban chief release  Former Afghan Taliban second-in-command Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar is to be released from prison in Pakistan on Saturday, the foreign ministry says Sep.21   Afghanistan     Nato troops killed in Afghanistan
  A man wearing a uniform of the Afghan security forces has killed three Nato troops in the east of the country, the coalition says
Sep.30   Washington   US generals retire over Taliban raid
  The head of the Marine Corps has ordered 2 generals to retire because they failed to defend Camp Bastion in Afghanistan from a Taliban attack


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