Afghan security officials stand vigil over the bodies of deputy police chief Col. Mohammad Hussain and another officer, after the convoy they were traveling in was hit by a road side bomb in the district of Zana Khan, in Ghazni province west of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, April 28, 2013. A remote-controlled roadside bomb killed three police officers in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, an attack the Taliban claimed as the opening round of their spring offensive. U.S.-backed efforts to try to reconcile the Islamic militant movement with the Afghan government are gaining little traction. (AP Photo/Rahmatullah Nikzad)

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Afghan security officials stand vigil over the bodies of deputy police chief Col. Mohammad Hussain and another officer, after the convoy they were traveling in was hit by a road side bomb in the district of Zana Khan, in Ghazni province west of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, April 28, 2013. A remote-controlled roadside bomb killed three police officers in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, an attack the Taliban claimed as the opening round of their spring offensive. U.S.-backed efforts to try to reconcile the Islamic militant movement with the Afghan government are gaining little traction. (AP Photo/Rahmatullah Nikzad)
Afghan security officials stand vigil over the bodies of deputy police chief Col. Mohammad Hussain and another officer, after the convoy they were traveling in was hit by a road side bomb in the district of Zana Khan, in Ghazni province west of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, April 28, 2013. A remote-controlled roadside bomb killed three police officers in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, an attack the Taliban claimed as the opening round of their spring offensive. U.S.-backed efforts to try to reconcile the Islamic militant movement with the Afghan government are gaining little traction. (AP Photo/Rahmatullah Nikzad)
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