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If you want to remove previously-stored cookies, you can manually delete the cookies at any time from your browser settings. A local official confirmed the district had fallen. Separately, the Taliban claimed to have captured Khanashin district in southern Helmand province. Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse, reporting from Kabul on Wednesday, said the attack in Khakrez lasted four hours. The launched a major attack on an army base in southern Kandahar province, killing at least 43 Afghan soldiers. They head out with a security element to safely transport them to the location. However, the Taliban claimed to have killed at least 70 soldiers and to have seized a number of army vehicles, equipment, machinery and weapons.
Earlier on Saturday, Afghan police said they had found a cache of hundreds of rockets on the outskirts of Kabul. A number of hostages were seized in the 26-hour attack but the Afghan army says it has now regained control. At least 37 people, including many children, were killed in the clashes, along with at least nine militants, the defence ministry said. What are Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies? Three Airmen rush out the door, set up their truck and immediately depart for the incident site. Taliban advances A month earlier, armed men disguised as doctors Kabul's Sardar Daud Khan hospital - the country's largest military hospital - and killed dozens. They breached the first gate and then entered an old school building, trading fire with security forces.