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Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Two civilians were martyred in explosion of a mine in Ghor province.
This explosion occurred in Hawag area of Pasaband district while two civilians were crossing the area.
Abdul Hai Khateb spokesman of Ghor governor told BNA, the victims of the event are residents of the area.
Khateb calling Taliban responsible of the event said, investigation started for identifying of the culprits.
Taliban plant mines on the roads where more people are crossing. More civilians are the victims of mine blasts.
T. Rateb.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Three armed Taliban insurgents were killed in attack of national army forces in the outskirts of Maidan-Wardak province. 
According to national defense ministry said to BNA, three armed Taliban insurgents were killed, 4 wounded and 5 others were detained in cleaning up operation of national army forces in the vicinities of Nerkh district of Maidan-Wardak province. 
It should be said that in this event a quantity of ammunition and military equipments were seized by these forces. 
According to another report, a mine planter was killed during planting of a mine in the vicinities of Ghazni province. 
This militia wanted to place an anti-vehicle mine in the outskirts of Qarabagh district of Ghazni province, the mine exploded and killed him. 
Meanwhile, five anti-vehicle mines were placed by armed rebels for terrorist activities in the surrounding areas of Balabalok district of Farah province were discovered by national army forces. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Pul-e-Khomri (BNA) A policeman was martyred and two others wounded in attack of Taliban on a caravan of Afghan forces in Baghlan province last night. 
This event occurred in Doshi-Khenjan highway when armed Taliban attacked on a caravan of Afghan forces. 
Shamsuddin Sarhadi governor of Doshi district of Baghlan said to BNA, in this attack, a policeman was martyred and two other polices have been wounded. 
He confirmed that in this event, a fuel tanker of a private company was burned and several vehicles of police have been destroyed. 
No report is on hand about casualties of armed Taliban yet. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The spokesman of the NATO-led international Security Assistance Forces (ISAF) brigadier general Gunter Kutz had said that the responding to foreign attacks on Afghanistan is not the responsibility of ISAF.
Addressing a press conference here in Kabul, he stated that the UN mandate gave to ISAF in 2001 had not given any responsibility to respond foreign offensive on Afghanistan.
However, he categorically pointed out that the mandate given to ISAF is to fight against terrorism in Afghanistan.
Defending Afghan borders by ISAF had not been placed in Bonn agreement.
He made this remarks in the wake of rocket attacks from Pakistan on Kunar and Nuristan provinces over the past several months which had left hundreds dead and injured and thousands homeless.
The ISAF spokesman meantime added that the NATO led force would continue to equip Afghanistan security forces, saying the alliance would remain alongside Afghans after 2014 when the NATO-led ISAF leave the country.