At least three Afghan police officers have been killed in an attack in the western city of Herat, officials say.
Provincial police chief General Aminullah Amarkhil said a group of gunmen launched the assault late on December 15.
Two attackers were killed in the ensuing battle and a number of others were wounded, according to Amarkhil.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
At Least Three Afghan Police Officers Killed In Herat
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