"One policeman was missing following the attack, Kakar said."
Kabul, May 5 - At least eight people, including six policemen, were killed Monday by Taliban militants in Afghanistan, an official said.

Taliban militants raided a security checkpoint in Gurziwall district in the northern Afghan province of Faryab at 2 a.m., leaving six policemen dead, district governor Abdul Raziq Kakar told Xinhua.

One policeman was missing following the attack, Kakar said.

In another attack, the same militants laid an ambush near a mosque, killing two pro-government local leaders, Kakar added.


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