Afghanistan’s defense minister and army chief resigned Monday, days after the Taliban mounted its deadliest ever attack on security forces in the country, killing scores of soldiers at a major military base in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif. The April 21 attack on the installation by as many as ten Taliban insurgents dressed in Afghan…

via Afghan Defense Chiefs Resign Over Bloody Taliban Attack That Killed More Than 100 Soldiers — TIME

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