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Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Nooristan (BNA) Nominated deputy governor of Nooristan was killed in an operation of NATO forces this noon. 
Shaikh Jameel was killed in his hideout in the vicinities of Waigal district. 
Ghulamullah Nooristani police official of Nooristan in a contact with BNA confirmed killing of Shaikh Jameel and said that he was killed in an operation of NATO forces in Astozjan area. 
According to him, another commander of armed Taliban has been killed in this operation as well. 
Police official of this province said the nominated deputy governor of Taliban directed largest terrorist attacks in this province. 
Nooristan province is in the east of Afghanistan, having 250 km joint border with Pakistan eyewitnesses of armed Taliban’s including of Pakistani fighters activities.  
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Faizabad (BNA) Two foreign nations and three Afghans were abducted by irresponsible armed men in Badakhshan province yesterday. 
A responsible of national security of Badakhshan said to BNA, two women, foreign nations worked in the medical clinic of Yaran district of that province, without informing security authorities with three Afghans went to Yaftel district, were abducted by armed men from Shelakhzar area of that district. 
The identities of the abductors have not yet been cleared. Efforts continue for founding them. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Farah (BNA) The joint operations of Afghan security forces had claimed the lives of 30 Taliban militants and injured 17 others in Balablok district of Farah province yesterday, provincial police chief Mohammad Ghaous Malyar said, adding in the operations lasted for four days 30 Taliban fighters were killed and 17 others wounded. 
Two Afghan soldiers and personnel of national directorate for security were killed and three others including two policemen were injured during the operations. 
He further said, Speaking on the subject, police chief of Balablok district Abdul Basir said that dozens of families had fled their homes and have returned to their homes and have returned to their homes after Taliban retraction.

Monday, May 21, 2012
Lashkargah (BNA) NATO forces left Nawzad district of Helmand province and Afghan security forces take over the security in this district. 
Sayed Morad Agha governor of Nawzad district of Helmand said to BNA, within the last month, all foreign forces left the villages of this district and Afghan forces replaced them. 
According to him a number of foreign soldiers are in the center of that district which serving in civil section. 
Foreign forces left Nawzad district to Mosaqala district and after complete leaving of them, the Afghan forces will take all security responsibility in this district, he said. 
Governor of Nawzad said the Afghan forces opened the way between Geresh and Nawzad districts, and they established security posts along the road of these districts.  
T. Suraya-Yarzada