23 September 2018

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Kabul (BNA) The national army personnel in combined and cleaning up operation in several provinces of the country, detained 22 suspects yesterday. 
According to defense ministry press office, the mentioned operations carried out in the vicinities of Logar, Helmand, Khost, Urozgan, Maidan-Wardak, Ghazni, Kunduz and Kandahar provinces in which 22 suspects were detained.
A PK machine gun, 7 grenades, 700 PK bullets, 5 82mm guns, 3 boxes of rocket shells, and a number of militants’ propagation documents were seized by the national army forces in the operations.
Also six mines were defused by Afghan forces.
The source added, four personnel of the national army have been injured during security missions in the vicinities of Kandahar and Kunduz provinces. 
Translated By Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) The personnel of Baghlan security directorate captured a senior commander of Taliban with his two followers yesterday. 
The anti-criminal Dept. of interior ministry reported to BNA, Qari Sakhi Amine a senior commander of Taliban was involved on terrorist and destruction activities against government in the vicinities of that province since several days.
The mentioned commander was captured by the national police with two of his followers and a Kalashnikov from Tala and Barfak area of that province.  
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) John Allen, NATO’s general commander to Afghanistan in his letter to President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan said, “I‘ve orders for all units to conduct retraining on our method of employing force against insurgents while protecting Afghan civilians and the units will confirm to me no later than 5 December that they have complied with these orders.
“John Allen has asserted in his letter, “With deep regret, ISAF has been involved in some operations that resulted in civilian’s casualty in the past one week.
“The letter said protecting civilians is important for me since I got the commanding post of NATO-led forces to Afghanistan. 
John Allen has said, “I’ve seriously ordered all ISAF personnel and relevant administrations to probe such incidents and take necessary protective measures for preventing from such incidents.” 
John Allen has also written related to his measures taken for prevention of civilian casualty, “I assure you that those operations caused civilian casualty are to be directly followed by me, adding all such incidents are to be probed completely and necessary measures are to be taken.”

Kabul (BNA) Three German soldiers injured in a roadside mine explosion in Baghlan province today.
This incident happened at 2:30 pm while a military vehicle of German forces was passing from Central Baghlan (Baghlan Markazi) which faced with a planted roadside mine.
Mohammad Kamin Police Commander of Central Baghlan told this news agency, the civilian sustained no causalities in this event.
He called Taliban responsible of the incident.
Yousofzai responsible of German forces press office in Baghlan said, one German soldier has injured in this explosion.
Taliban has said nothing in this regard yet.