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Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The security forces during the last 24 hours conducting a series of clearing operations in the provinces of the country killed 14 armed Taliban.
According to interior ministry press office, the operations conducting  by Afghan security forces in the relevant areas of Helmand, Ghor, Farah, Paktia, Ghazni, Kandahar, Kunduz and Nuristan provinces killed 14 armed Taliban, wounded 7 and arrested 53 others.
The operations aim is to eliminate insurgents in the provinces.
Quantities of heavy and light weapons were seized.
Also, the national police forces discovered and defused three different types of mines in Kunduz and Zabul provinces.
The mines were placed recently by terrorists for destructive activities.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Herat (BNA) A 12 member group of armed Taliban were jointed peace process in Herat province.
The group earlier carried out terrorist activities against government in Adersekan district of the province; they vowed to cooperate in ensuring security in the district.
Sayed Fazlullah Wahidi governor of Herat during appreciation of the group said, the local office try to provide work opportunities to the groups who join to peace process.
An official of peace committee of Herat said that the group led by Mullah Nader gave up violence and joined to peace process.
He said the group also surrendered their heavy and light weapons to peace process. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Sheberghan (BNA) Three armed Taliban were wounded in a clash with national army police in Jourzjan province the night before last.
Colonel Faqeer Mohammad Jouzjani police chief of Jouzjan said BNA, the clash occurred in Turkmanwaldi, Ashkosti and Qarakamar regions, Qoshtapa district, in which three armed Taliban were wounded. 
According to another report, an anti-vehicle mine was discovered and defused in Sheberghan-Sar-e-Pul highway the other day.
Faqeer Mohammad Jouzjani police chief of Jouzjan said BNA; the mine was planted by Taliban in the Tanka village, Sheberghan city in a crowded area, discovered and defused by police and cooperation of people in the province. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Jalalabad (BNA) Fifty-one police officers after receiving training graduated from police training center of Nangarhar province the other day.
Colonel Rahemzai commander of national police educational center of Nangarhar province said BNA; the police officers were graduated from the center after receiving one month military training.
According to Rahimzai more than 60,000 police officers after receiving military skills were graduated from this center. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada