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ISIS Leader In Afghanistan Killed In U.S. Strike, Officials Say

Afghan officials declared success after American forces targeted Abu Sayeed Orakzai. The U.S. military says the strike took place near the border with Pakistan.

The head of the Islamic State in Afghanistan, Abu Sayeed Orakzai, has been killed in a U.S. strike, according to Afghan officials. The U.S. military said the strike took place Saturday in Nangarhar province, close

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