US troops assess the damage to an armoured vehicle of NATO-led military coalition after a suicide attack in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Photo: Reuters US troops assess the damage to an armoured vehicle of NATO-led military coalition after a suicide attack in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Photo: Reuters
US troops assess the damage to an armoured vehicle of NATO-led military coalition after a suicide attack in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Photo: Reuters

Taliban reject claims Russia offered Afghan militants bounties to kill US troops

  • The group also denied previous US accusations it was given arms by Russia
  • Report by The New York Times claims that some Islamist militants had collected payments for successful attacks last year

Topic |   War in Afghanistan
US troops assess the damage to an armoured vehicle of NATO-led military coalition after a suicide attack in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Photo: Reuters US troops assess the damage to an armoured vehicle of NATO-led military coalition after a suicide attack in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Photo: Reuters
US troops assess the damage to an armoured vehicle of NATO-led military coalition after a suicide attack in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Photo: Reuters
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