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Sunday, July 29, 2012
Ghazni (BNA) In an operation in Ghazni province, 12 insurgents including two local commanders and a mine maker expert were killed. 
Zerawar Zahid police chief of Ghazni said to BNA, this operation which was conducted three days back by Afghan and foreign forces for cleaning of insecure areas of Geelan district were ended today. 
In this operation the Purdel, Nabakoh Jamalzai villages of Geelan district were cleaned from presence of armed Taliban and people started their normal life in these areas again, said the source.
According to the source, 12 armed Taliban including two local commanders Mullah Aghajan and Mawlawi Abdul Halim and other experts of bomb and mine makers has been killed. 
According to Zahed, a quantity of heavy and light arms of Taliban was seized by these forces. 
This operation continued for three days and the Afghan and foreign forces had no casualties.
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) 30 Taliban rebels were killed in an operation by frontier police forces in the outskirts of Paktika province yesterday. 
According to interior ministry press office, the frontier police conducted operation in the outskirts of Gomal district of Paktika province in which 30 Taliban rebels were killed.
Among the killed Taliban a number of senior commanders of them and Pakistani militias included. 
A mortar mine, 2 sets of communication means, a PK machine gun, 4 rocket launchers, 4 Kalashnikovs and 3 vehicles of the enemies were seized by police. 
It is said that in this operation, a frontier policeman was injured and the civilians had no casualties. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, July 29, 2012
Maidan-Shaher (BNA) Governor of Chek district of Maidan-Wardakk province was martyred by Taliban this morning.
Shahidullah Shahid spokesman of Maidan-Wrdak governor said to BNA, Mohammad Ismael Wafa district governor of Chek in Maidan-Wardak province was martyred by armed Taliban. 
This event occurred when the Chek district governor was going from his house to headquarter of the district, came under attack by Taliban in Babakula area and killed, said the source. 
According to the source, in this event the son of Mohammad Ismael Wafa has been wounded. 
No one has been arrested in connection of the case and police started searching operation for arresting of terrorists in the area. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Since the establishment of the interim administration maintaining security and peace have been a priority for the Afghan government.
The Afghan government endeavored and tirelessly worked on mechanisms to accomplish peace and security across the country.
The Afghan government in a unique initiative commenced peace dialogue or peace and reconciliation process with the government opponents aiming to invite those disgruntled and armed oppositions to lay down their arms, obey the Afghan constitution, cut ties with Al- Qaeda and other terrorist groups and join the national mainstream.
Recently in Tokyo conference the participants reaffirmed the importance of peace and reconciliation process with a view to end the ongoing violence in the country and restoring lasting peace and security as per the UN security Council Resolutions and as stated in the London and Kabul Communiqués, and reconfirmed in the Bonn Conclusions.
The process that will lead to reconciliation and peace must be inclusive, represent the legitimate interests of all Afghans and be Afghan- led and Afghan owned.
In this context, the participants reiterated the importance of reconciliation principles such as the renunciation of violence, the breaking of ties with international terrorism and respect the Afghan Constitution, including its human rights provisions, notably the rights of women, and emphasized the region’s respect and support for the peace process and its outcome.
The participants recognized the importance of reintegration as an integral part of the peace process, which will pave the way for community recovery and post conflict rehabilitation of Afghan society through improving security, community development and local governance.
In this regard, the international Community welcomed the progress made in reintegration efforts so far including the reintegration of over 4,700 ex-combatants.
The International Community welcomed the appointment of the new chairman of the High Peace Council, Salahuddin Rabbani, reaffirmed its strong support for the peace efforts of the Afghan government through this High Peace Council and the Afghan peace and reintegration program (APRP), and called upon the regional countries that they can play a positive role to extend all possible cooperation to ensure the success of the peace process.
The participants also stressed the importance of the participants of civil society organizations and women’s groups in the support of the peace process and the culture of peace and human rights in Afghan society in particular in the light of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
The Afghan nation hope strives and endeavors made by the Afghan government and International Community wouldn’t be wasted and the government opponents by joining the national mainstream would take solid and forward steps for a stable and prosperous Afghanistan.