29 April 2017

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Kabul (BNA) A Daesh commander was detained in Zabul province yesterday.
General Mirwais Nowrozi police chief of Zabul province told BNA, Khalid Akhondzada a commander of Daesh group was arrested with his five colleagues in joint military operation conducted by foreign and Afghan forces in Zabul province.
He said, six other members of Daesh group were also killed which three of them were foreigners.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Herat (BNA) dozens of armed oppositions were killed in clashes by security forces.
The conflicts occurred in the last three days between armed oppositions and security forces in Shindand district.
Jelani Farhad spokesman for Herat governor told BNA, in the clashes, 25 armed oppositions were killed and 30 others were injured.
Several local commanders were also among the dead.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Herat (BNA)  As many as 57 Taliban militants have been killed or wounded in an infighting in western Shindand district of Herat province, officials said on Tuesday.
The clashes were erupted during the last 24 hours in Khofian, Blandak, Shir Abad and Deh Aman areas of the district which left 25 militants dead and 32 others injured from both sides.
Officials confirmed the infighting, adding that the Taliban fighters have also attacked on Afghan security forces which faced Afghan security forces offensive.  Provincial governor spokesperson, Jailani Farhad said that 18 militants killed and 23 others wounded in infighting were belong to Mullah Samad while 8 others killed and 9 others wounded were belong to Nangialay.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Trinkot (BNA) Nearly 23 insurgents were killed during an air strike by Afghan security forces in Urozgan province, said 205 Atal Corps in a statement on Tuesday.
According to the statement the insurgents were targeted in Sang and Kotwal villages of Trinkot city of the province.
During the strike, a large cache of weapons was also destroyed, the statement added.
No more details were provided about the operation nor about military or civilian casualties.

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