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Saturday, October 19, 2013
Pul-e-Khomri (BNA) Three persons were arrested by police accused of narcotics smuggling in Pul-e-Khomri city last night.
Colonel Nezamuddin Nezam head of anti-narcotic of Baghlan said BNA, the three persons wanted to smuggle 33 kg of narcotic from Nahreen district to Helmand province, arrested by police from relevant areas of Pul-e-Khomri city.
According to Nezam, the arrested persons shifted to Baghlan security directorate and the case is under investigation. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Saturday October 19, 2013
Kabul (BNA) In a mine explosion a commander of local police of Bala Block district of Farah province killed.
The incident occurred at 4:00pm yesterday when the vehicle of Gen. Mulhim hit a roadside mine in Kasank area, Bala Block district.
Abdul Rahman Zhawandui spokesperson of Farah governor said BNA, in the event Gen. Mulhim police local commander with his two bodyguards were killed.
It has been said, that the planted mine controlled by remote while security conveys was moving the mine exploded.
Meanwhile, spokesperson of Farah governor claimed that armed oppositions are responsible of the terrorist attack and security forces started searching operation for identifying of the suspects.
Gen. Mulhim was a Jehad commander who was recently appointed as Bala Balock police local commander.
According to the resident of the district, the commander had basic role in reducing terrorist activities and defeating of armed oppositions in the district.

Saturday October 19, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan special force within the national army is getting further empowered trained and enabled to defend the country after the international forces leave the country in the end of 2014.
Afghan National Army Special Forces trained 29 police officers and introduced to Afghan Local Police ranks, in Helmand province’s Kajaki district.
Afghan Special Forces soldiers of the 7th Special Operative Battalion using their past combat experiences in fighting against insurgents trained ALP troops within a 21-day training program.
“We teach them what they need to survive,” said Kajaki-based ANASF Platoon Commander Capt. Nangialay Hamidzai.
ALP recruits in trained to obtained necessary skills in using weapons and providing first aid techniques and enforcing Afghan laws.
The officers will use these abilities to bring peace and security to their districts.
“We come to the district and talked to the elders and the district governor and explain to them that [ANASF] wants their sons and brothers to register so we can give then training on how to secure their homes,” said Hamidzai, while explaining how Afghan Special Forces members are involved in developing ALP units.
“They know everyone,” said Hamidzai, commenting on how ANASF teams use the ALP officers’ familiarity with village populations during operations. “They know who is good and who is bad that is the biggest help, when [ANASF] go out on a mission.”
“The training is basic, but differs depending on the area,” said Hamidzai, “[The Lashkar Gah training cites] is the ‘big head’ of ALP training. They have all the facilities. It’s amazing.”
Training at the center exceeds normal standards by teaching students about the Afghan constitution and how to operate with other Afghan security forces, said 2nd Lt. Ajmal Saraj Hekmatullah an instructor at the LGTC.
Although the Lashkar Gah center is considered Helmand province’s elite ALP training site, ANASF soldiers provide similar training to more remote locations throughout the province.
The people, particularly, the residents of the southern provinces mostly Helmand province should provide full cooperation with their country’s security forces to strengthen security and get rid of insurgency. While, the international forces are expected to leave the country, by 2014, they should show to the world that they are able to fight terrorism and threats emanate from any malicious circle inside/outside the country.
The southern provinces of the country had mostly driven attention from the security forces and concerned the residents. But recently the security forces had been enough capable to meet the people requirements.

Saturday, October 19, 2013
Mahmoodraqi (BNA) Three Taliban were killed and two others wounded this morning.
Colonel Asadullah Hamidi the head of operative security command of Kapisa said BNA; five Taliban who were making improvise explosive devise lost their lives in explosion of device working on it, in Dara-e-Gheen of Nejrab district.
According to the source, the wounded Taliban were transferred by security forces to the civil hospital of the province and they are under treatment. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada