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Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Lashkargah (BNA) In a clash between police and armed Taliban in Helmand province, four Taliban insurgents were killed yesterday. 
It is said that this clash occurred when Taliban attacked on police in Deh Adamkhan area, Gereshk district, in which four armed Taliban were killed. 
A responsible of Helmand headquarter press office said to this news agency, in this clash, a Saracha car, two mines and a Kalashnikov were seized by police. 
In another action, a civilian was killed in a roadside mine.
Local authorities of Helmand said that this event occurred when a vehicle struck with a roadside mine in Speen Masjid area, Gereshk district, as a result of which, driver of the vehicle was killed and his vehicle destroyed. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Kandahar (BNA) A group of 50 member from the government armed oppositions has joined peace process in Panjwaye the southern province of Kandahar, an official said. 
The group was led by Hajji Maullem who had been engaged in anti-government activities in some parts of Kandahar city and Helmand province districts such as Kajaki, Musa Qala, Sangeen and Greshk districts, said Panjwayi district governor, Fazluddin. 
According to him, the armed men had realized the Afghan government legitimacy and joined the peace process along with all their arms and ammunitions. 
Governor for the southern Kandahar province, Toryalay Weesa called joining of the armed oppositions group a success for the peace process and vowed to provide work facilities for them.

 Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Unknown armed men attacked on the Kabul Bank Branch of Khost province at 10:30 this morning. 
Eyewitness said that the armed men after firing on guards of this Bank and entered to Bank. 
According to BNA reporter, clash continued between police forces and attackers inside the Kabul Bank’s building in Khost province. 
Currently security forces have control of the area. 
The Branch of Kabul Bank located on the road of police security commandment in Khost province.  
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada
 

Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Kabul (BNAS) Police of Laghman province started arms collection program yesterday. 
It is said that in the first day of this program they managed to collect tens of arms from irresponsible parsons and seven persons have been detained for transferring of illegal arms in this province.  
Abdul Rahman Sarjang police chief of Laghman said to BNA that they managed to seize at least 100 light arms type of pistol from different areas of that province. 
This program have been launched for further insuring security in that province. 
Collection of arms from irresponsible persons has positive role in decreasing of crime in Laghman province, said Sarjang.