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KABUL Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit UK Sale , Jan. 1 (Xinhua) -- At least 160 people, largely civilians, had been killed and 260 others wounded in the Taliban- led insurgency and attacks across Afghanistan in December as the country's government troops took over the responsibility of security, according to officials.


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The Taliban has intensified attacks over the past couple of months as the Afghan forces are taking the lead in providing security for the country.


Earlier on Thursday, the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) assumed the full security charges from NATO-led troops as a four- year security transition ended.


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Also on Thursday, the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) switched from combat to a supportive role - NATO-led Resolute Support mission, which will focus on training, advising and assisting the Afghan forces.


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A German national and his local reporter were killed while over 20 people sustained injuries following a suicide bombing during a theater show in a French-run high school in downtown Kabul on Dec. 11.


On Dec. 27, three teenagers died and five others wounded following a rocket attack on a volleyball match in the country's eastern province of Wardak.


On Dec. 20 seven civilians were killed and five others wounded after a vehicle was struck by a Taliban roadside bombing in the eastern Kunar province.


The Taliban militants also launched a string of massive attacks on security checkpoints and army outposts last month, killing and injuring scores of security forces.


Three U.S. troops and one NATO soldier died last month. Two U.S. soldiers were killed in a roadside bombing in the eastern Parwan province, bringing to 72 the number of foreign forces' casualties in 2014.


Nine civilians were killed and 20 others wounded when a suicide bomber targeted a funeral in Burqa District of the northern Baghlan province on Dec. 1.


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The exact number of casualties on the army and police last month remained unknown. Nearly 5,000 ANSF troops were killed and thousands others wounded last year in the Central Asian country.


In November, about 220 people were killed and 260 others wounded in increased attacks throughout the country.


More than 3,180 civilians were killed and nearly 6 Nike Air Force 1 Green UK Sale ,430 others wounded in conflicts and Taliban-led attacks from Jan. 1 to Nov. 30 this year, according to figures released by the UN mission in Afghanistan.


The officials blamed the attacks on the Taliban insurgents and other armed groups.


TORONTO, July 27 (Xinhua) -- World No. 1 Novak Djokovic of Serbia and No. 4 seed Milos Raonic of Canada were among the notable winners in the third day of Rogers Cup Main Draw tournament at Aviva Centre in Toronto on Thursday.


The 29-year-old Djokovic defeated Gilles Muller of Luxemburg in straight sets to advanced to the third round of the tournament.


"I'm quite pleased with the way I held my serves and was focused," said Djokovic following the match. "Overall performance was very pleasing considering it was the first hard court match for a long time."


After an early third round exit in Wimbledon earlier in the month, the Serbian is looking to regain his form in time for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and U.S. Open event in September.


With three of the top four ranked players in the world skipping Rogers Cup this season due to injury and personal reasons, Djokovic is the favorite to capture his fourth career Rogers Cup title.


Standing in Djkovic's way is Canadian Milos Raonic, World No. 7, who won his opening match in straight sets over unseeded Yen-Hsun Lu of Chinese Taipei.


The other four Canadians in action during the day weren't as fortunate, as Dennis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisil, Peter Polansky and Steven Diez were all eliminated in their second round matches.


In a the tournament that began with six Canadians in the 56-player field, Raonic is now the last Canadian standing as the tournament dwindled down to 16 players as Tuesday's evening session concluded.


Wednesday also saw seeded players Kei Nishikori (No. 3) of Japan, David Goffin (No. 7) of Belgium, Gael Monfils (No. 10) of France, Bernard Tomic (No. 12) of Australia and Jack Sock (No. 16) of USA all advance in straight sets.


Meanwhile, Wednesday also featured three upsets. No. 8 seed Marin Cilic of Croatia fell to countrymen Ivo Karlovic in straight sets. No. 9 John Isner was also bounced, losing to fellow American Ryan Harrison in three sets. The final upset of the day was No. 13 Lucas Pouille of France falling to American Rajeev Ram in straight sets.


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