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GHAZNI – Afghan Taliban and Pakistani Taliban members recently clashed in Andar District, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, with two deaths on each side, Afghanistan.ru reported November 6, quoting local authorities.
The fighting began from a quarrel, Ghazni Governor Musa Khan Akbarzada said.
Another recent clash between feuding Taliban elements in Quetta killed an Afghan Taliban commander, Afghan media reported. The commander was not identified.
Andar was where Afghan civilians earlier this year began a series of anti-Taliban uprisings that have spread nationwide.