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Taliban shoot dead young doctor for failing to stop at security check point

Kabul, Nov 28 (UNI) Trigger-happy Taliban security men shot dead a young physician in the western Herat province of Afghanistan after he failed to stop at a security check point, media reports said.
Amruddin Noori, a 33-year-old physician in Herat city, was newly married. He was shot dead on Thursday by the Taliban security members after he did not stop at a police security checkpoint in Herat, the victim’s family members told local media agencies, Khaama reported.
Noori used to run a small private medical clinic.
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