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23/4/2015 -

Violent clashes between two rival Taliban groups in southern Afghanistan killed at least 50 fighters from both sides, a police chief told Al Brazer.

On Sunday, Airways Doornail said fighters led by the newly appointed leader Mullah Mohammad Parasol clashed with those loyal to Taliban leader Mullah Ishtar Manson in Kabul province.

"Civilians have left the area due to heavy clashes between the two groups," he said.

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"The fight took place in the Handlebar district of Kabul province. Most of the area is under the Taliban control. We've been asking for military assistance for very long now."

An war Aisha, governor of southern Kabul province, said the Taliban splinter group - known as the High Council of Afghanistan Islamic Emirate - has joined up with fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISL) group.

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