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Tuesday, 21 May 2013 13:13

18 Armed Taliban Killed

Tuesday May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) 18 insurgents were killed during Afghan security forces clearing operations.
Interior ministry press office told BNA, during the operations which  was launched in Nangarhar, Zabul, Midan/Wardak, Logar, Ghazni, Paktika and Helmand provinces 18 insurgents were killed, an insurgent injured and 22 others arrested.
It has been said in the operations some heavy and light weapons were seized.
According to another report, police discovered and dismantled 6 mines from Kunduz, Uruzgan, Paktika and Herat provinces.
Meanwhile, Kabul police arrested three persons accused of robbery, drug trafficking in first and tenth precinct of the city.

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 08:27

Taliban Attack Kills 2 Policemen

Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Pol-e-Khomri (BNA) Two policemen were martyred in an attack of armed Taliban in Baghlan province.
The officials came under attack of Taliban and lost their lives when they wanted to go to their bases in the Baghlan Qadem . 
Ghulam Sakhi Rostaqi police official of Baghlan Qadem district said BNA; these officials were going to receive their salaries, came under attack of Taliban and lost their lives.
Security forces started operation for identifying of culprits of the incident.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 08:26

25 Militants Killed And Arrested

Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) 16 Haqani linked militants were killed in an operation in the country.
The operations carried out in several provinces, in which 14 other insurgents were arrested.
It is being said the two local commanders of Taliban and organizer of terrorist attacks were killed.
BNA quoting NATO reports, the insurgents were killed and arrested in different parts of Kandahar, Hemand, Urozgan, Faryab, Ghazni and Logar provinces.
Also, three depots of weapons were seized.
There were no casualties among Afghan, foreign and civilians in the operation.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 08:24

19 Rebels Killed

Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The press sources of the interior ministry said 19 Taliban were killed during cleaning operations by Afghan security forces.
Interior ministry said BNA, the operations was launched for elimination of insurgents in the relevant areas of Kapisa, Nangarhar, Baghlan, Kunduz, Jouzjan, Kandahar, Zabul, Logar, Ghazni, Paktia and Helmand provinces  in which 19 insurgents were killed.
Also a Talib was wounded and 13 others arrested in the operation.
7 Kalashnikovs, 2 rocket launchers, 2 PK machine guns, 17 different types of mines, 14 motorbikes and a vehicle were seized.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 08:23

7 Armed Taliban Killed And 7 Wounded

Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Mahmoodraqi (BNA) Seven armed Taliban were killed and 7 others wounded as a result of air operation by coalition forces in Kapisa province yesterday.
Colonel Amanullah deputy of Kapisa security command said BNA, the operation took place in the Baderab area, Tagab district, in which seven Taliban were killed and 7 others injured.
The source added that Molawi Wahdat is among the deaths   T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Senate speakers Fazal Hadi Muslimyar received a delegation from Dehsabz district and heard their problems, BNA reported.
In the meeting held yesterday, the delegation accused the managing board of Kabul New City of grabbing the lands of the people of Dehsabz district demanding the issue should be investigated.
After hearing the problems, Muslimyar promised to send a commission to Dehsabz for investigation and based on the report of the delegation he would instruct for the solution.
According to another report, Muslimyar also met the commander of air force Corps General Abdul Wahab Wardak, besides appreciating his role in training the pilots also praised him by awarding an appreciation letter.

Tuesday May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The spokesman for defense ministry General Zahir Azimi has said that the situation would not be changed in favor of the armed oppositions, BNA reported.
Addressing a press conference here yesterday, Azimi said that the national army was capable enough to deal with any security threats and could control the situation.
He also noted that presently 90 percent of the military operations were carried out by the national army and it would reach to 100 percent within a month.
Describing the security situation improvement in Kandahar, Helmand, northern and eastern region, Azimi also stressed for equipping the air force, saying five Russian made Antonov planes would be bought at a cost of 100 million US dollars besides supporting the national air force by US and other friendly nations.
Speaking at the news conference and responding a question in regard to handing over the NATO-led forces bases to Afghan forces, ISAF spokesman said that a joint commission had been established to study the strategic importance of the bases, those have no importance would be destroyed.

Tuesday May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The message notes “I was informed with regret the shocking martyrdom of Mohammad Rasul Muhseni chairman of the provincial council of Baghlan province and 14 other innocent countrymen in the province. Hereby, I strongly condemn this barbaric crime of the enemies’ of tranquility and peace of the people of Afghanistan and convey my deepest sympathies to the family of late Muhseni and the families of other martyrs of this sorrowful incident and to the entire noble people of Baghlan province and pray for the souls of Muhseni and other martyrs and ask patience for the bereaved families from the court of Allah.
Shaheed Mohammad Rasul Muhseni has served for insuring peace and stability in the country and for tranquility for his people.
His efforts for restoration of security in Baghlan instigated the enemies of peace and security of this country to carry out this cowardly suicide attack on the life of this patriotic man.
The enemies of the country cannot prevent afghan nation from implementing plans for restoration of peace and development of the country as a whole by conducting such evil acts.
I wish immediate recovery for the wounded of this incident.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai strongly condemned the suicide attack on Baghlan provincial council that killed and injured a number of innocent people.
According to Baghlan governor’s office, a suicide bomber blew himself up this morning outside Baghlan provincial council leaving 13 people including head of the council Rasul Khan Mohsini dead and at  least 9 others injured.
President Karzai calls the attack on Baghlan provincial council a cowardly act against all Islamic teachings and human values, labeling its perpetrators as enemies of the people of Afghanistan who acted on orders by their foreign masters.
Calling the killings of innocent civilians anti-Islamic and inhuman, the president stressed that no such acts could force Afghans into giving up.
President Karzai said that these evil acts could never undermine the Afghans moral but further determines Afghans to defend their country and work for stability peace and progress in their lovely homeland. In the recent terrorist attacks in Baghlan, Kandahar and Kabul provinces, the president said, “Afghanistan is the land of sacrifices and devotions where our brave nation has never throughout the  history surrendered to any superpowers and will never do so in the future.”
President Karzai offers his deepest condolences and sympathies to the bereaved families and prays for quick recovery of the wounded.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The minister for interior General Mujtaba Patang has said that the enemies had speed up the psychological war against Afghans to weaken people’s hope for future, BNA reported.
Addressing a seminar of senior police officers here, he said that 2014 will be a year of peace and stability in the country and all the propaganda launched by enemies spy agencies of the regional countries are baseless.  General Patang also backed the 10 year vision for police and called on international community to equip the national police with modern military technologies.  In his remarks in the seminar the commander of NATO-led ISAF forces, General Joseph Dunford noted that the world community’s supports to Afghan police and the interior ministry would be continue beyond 2014.