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Friday, 13 January 2012 13:32

Suicide Attack in Kandahar

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA) a suicide assault occurred in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province yesterday, governor of Panjwai district with two of his sons and two guards were martyred and nine others were wounded.  Zalmai Ayoobi spokesmen for Kandahar governor said to BNA, this suicide assault occurred by militants of Afghanistan in the Panjwai district of Kandahar along the highway of Kandahar-Herat province.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNAS)   a five members group of armed Taliban were joined to government in Baghlan province yesterday.  This Taliban led by Mullah Abdul Raof had active against government since years in the outskirts of Tala and Barfak district of Baghlan province.  Sangi Mohammad governor of Tala and Barfak district of Baghlan province said to BNA, joining of this group will be positive role on security of peace in this province.

Friday, 13 January 2012 13:32

School building Inaugurated in Faryab

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA) a building of middle school of Doulatabad district of Faryab province was inaugurated yesterday.  According to education ministry press office to BNA, the building of this school has been constructed in the area of 6 square meters of land by education ministry within one year.  This school has 7 classrooms, 4 administrative offices and other educational facilities. 

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA)  the national police forces in several operations in the provinces of the country killed  11 armed militants wounded two and detained 17 others yesterday.  According to interior ministry press office, the national police forces conducted operations  by national army, national security and coalition forces in the outskirts of Kapisa, Faryab, Helmand, Zabul , Maidan Wardak, Farah and Ghazni provinces, in which 11 members of Taliban militants were killed two were wounded and 17 others were detained.  According to the source, in these operations, quantity of arms, explosive materials consists of 2 Kalashnikovs, an anti-vehicle mine, a PK machine gun, 2 rocket launchers,  a pistol, a binocular, 3 communication sets and a motorbike were seized by these forces. 

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA) two civilians were martyred and three others wounded in two roadside mine blasts in Kandahar province yesterday.  According to police chief of Kandahar, these two blasts occurred in the Shahwalicot district and Takhta Pul of Kandahar province.  The first blast occurred in the vicinities of Shahwali Cot district, in which two civilians were martyred and two others were wounded.  Second blast occurred in the Takhta Pul area of Kandahar province, in this event explosion of mine struck in a Tractor, in which the driver of the Tractor was wounded.  Police of Kandahar province said that Taliban are involved in planting of these mines. 

Friday, 13 January 2012 13:29

Senior Taliban commander Detained in Kunar

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA) a senior commander of Taliban was detained in attack by national army forces in Kunar province yesterday.  In this event, four persons attributed to this commander have been killed.  Commander Kefayatullah senior commander of Taliban wanted to place mine in the Donai area, Sarkano district, he was detained by attack of national army forces and four persons attributed to him have been killed.  In this clash, the Afghan and civilians did not sustain any human loss.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA) four armed Taliban insurgents were detained in a clash by Afghan forces in Zabul province.  This clash occurred in the outskirts of Zabul province yesterday.  According to reports, this clash started when armed Taliban attacked on patrol of Afghan forces.  Shali Khan Governor of Shar-i-Safa of Zabul province said to this news agency, in this clash, 4 armed Taliban insurgents were detained.  According to him, the Afghan forces and civilians had no casualties in this clash. 

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA) a policeman was martyred and two others were wounded in explosion of bomb in Helmand province.  This event occurred Thursday night in the Noorzad district while patrol of police in the Gani area.  According to police, the bomb was placed by Taliban insurgents in a motorbike and exploded during passing of police car.  Police chief of Helmand said to BNA, in this blast, a policeman was martyred and two others have been wounded.


Friday, 13 January 2012 13:26

27 Farmers Detained in Helmand

Friday, January 13, 2012

Kabul (BNA) the Afghan security forces during Campaign in Helmand province destroyed 10 cultivation poppy farms in Helmand province today.  In this campaign, at least 27 farmers who were cultivated poppy in their farms were detained.  The destruction campaign of poppy farms was launched by national army police on Wednesdays in the Sangeen district of that province.  Police of Helmand province said to BNA, during in this campaign, they faced with ambush of armed Taliban, but some vehicles of Taliban were seized by these forces.  According to Helmand police, they succeeded to destroy tens of poppy cultivation farms in Sangeen district and also they detained 27 farmers.  

Friday, 13 January 2012 13:06

US drone 'kills four militants' in NWA

 (BNA) A US missile strike targeting a militant vehicle killed four rebels on Thursday in the second drone strike in 48 hours to hit Pakistan's tribal region, .

A drone strike on Tuesday signaled apparent resumption of the covert CIA campaign after a two-month lull to avoid a worsening of US-Pakistan relations after a NATO raid that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers, infuriating Islamabad.

The latest missiles struck in the New Adda area, 30 kilometers (18 miles) west of Miranshah, the main town of the North Waziristan tribal region.

"US drones fired four missiles targeting a rebels' vehicle and killing four militants," a local security official told on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to media.

Another security official confirmed the strike and casualties. He said the identities of those killed were not immediately known.

On Tuesday two missiles struck a compound, also in the outskirts of Miranshah, in the first such strike since November 17. Four people were killed.

The US drone campaign has reportedly killed dozens of Al-Qaeda and Taliban operatives and hundreds of low-ranking fighters in the remote areas bordering Afghanistan since the first Predator strike in 2004.

But the programme fuels widespread anti-American sentiment throughout Pakistan, which has been especially high since the deadly NATO incident on November 26.

A joint US-NATO investigation concluded last month that a catalogue of errors and botched communications led to the soldiers' deaths. But Pakistan rejected the findings, insisting the strikes had been deliberate.

NATO's probe said that both sides failed to give the other information about their operational plans or the location of troops and that there was inadequate coordination by US and Pakistani officers.

The incident prompted Islamabad to block NATO supply convoys heading to Afghanistan and order the United States to leave Shamsi air base in western Pakistan, from where it is believed to have launched some of its drones.

Others are flown from within Afghanistan.

The region had served as the main supply route for NATO forces operating in Afghanistan before the suspension triggered by the November incident