24 June 2017

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Saturday June 24, 2017

Kabul (BNA) The Taliban militants group has lost one of its most senior leaders during a military operation in Takhar province, the 209th Shaheen Corps of the Afghan National Army said the other day. 
According to a statement by the Shaheen Corps, the deputy military commission chief of the group Mawlavi Shukoor was killed during the operations of the Afghan security forces being conducted under the name of Pamir-8. The statement further added that Mawlavi Shukoor was killed along with his nine companions during the operation. At least nineteen Taliban insurgents were also wounded during the operations, the statement said, adding that the group’s two senior commanders identified as Mullah Abdul Hadi and Mawlavi Belal were also among those wounded.
 

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Sheberghan (BNA) A Daesh key commander Mofti Nemat was killed with his two colleagues in an attack of security forces in Darzab District, Jawzjan province.
The insurgents were involved in last insecurity in Darzab District and extending of Daesh group activity in the mentioned District.
A special operation was launched yesterday with participation of dozens of police forces for annihilating of Daesh fighters in the district.
Ahmad Jaweed Salim spokesman for commando forces told BNA, with killing of Mofti Nemat, the way has opened for annihilating of Daesh fighters in the district.
Yarzada
 

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Kabul (BNA) As many as 3,000 insurgents have been killed and more than 3,000 more injured since the beginning of fighting season in the ongoing solar year, the Afghan Defense Ministry said other day.
In April, Afghan officials said they have launched a large scale military operation under the name of Khalid against insurgents in more than 10 provinces.
Following that, the Taliban announced the start of its “spring offensive” named “Mansouri”, the previous emir who was killed by the U.S. in a drone strike in Pakistan in May 2016.  Like previous spring offensives, the Taliban said they would focus on targeting Afghan security forces as well as foreign forces.
“When we announce Khalid operations, they (the Taliban) also announce offensive under the name of Mansouri and coordinated destructive attacks in some provinces, but they failed in the strategy as they would have hope,” said Defense Ministry Deputy Spokesman, Mohammad Radmanish.
“We (Afghan forces) killed more than 3,000 terrorists in Afghanistan during this year, many insurgents wounded, arrested and lot of ammunition seized by Afghan defense and security forces,” Radmanish added.
However, some military experts believe the Afghan forces’ operations are in defense instead of being offensive.
“at the moment, the operations are more of defense, they should start being offensive and convince U.S. NATO for further military support,” said military expert, Atiqullah Amarkhail.
 

Wednesday June 21, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Three hundred forty-three kilograms narcotic drug type of opium have been discovered and seized by Afghan security personnel in northern Sar-e-Pul province.
Col. Khalilullah Dastyar police chief of Sar-e-Pul told BNA correspondent, narcotic drug’ traffickers wanted to transfer opium from Sar-e-Pul city to Kohistanat district of the province, which were faced in ambush of Afghan security troops in Baghawi village, Sar-e-Pul city.
The smugglers succeeded to flee from the area and efforts underway to capture and bring them to the court for further judgement.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

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