Black Hawk helicopter crashes in Kabul during Taliban training exercise, kills three

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A Black Hawk helicopter crashed during a Taliban training exercise in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul, killing three, the group’s defense ministry said on Saturday.

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“An American Black Hawk helicopter, which was flown ... for training, crashed due to a technical problem inside the campus of the National Defence University,” said Ministry of Defense spokesperson Enaytullah Khowrazmi, adding five people were also injured.

The Taliban took control of some US-made aircraft after they seized the country just over a year ago. It remains unclear how many are operational. US forces deliberately damaged some military hardware as they left and Afghan forces had flown some helicopters to central Asian nations.

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