23 January 2018

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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Asadabad (BNA) Eight armed insurgents were killed in an attack of security forces in Kunar province last night.
The insurgents were targeted in outskirt of Manogi District of Kunar province.
A commander of national army in the east of the country told BNA, in the raid, eight Pakistani insurgents were killed.
He added the insurgents were targeted in their strongholds while organizing a series of terrorist attacks.
According to reports, dozens heavy and light weapons were seized in the raid.
T. Yarzada
 

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Jalalabad (BNA) 28 ISIS fighters were killed in latest air and ground raids of security forces in Nangarhar province last night.
The fighters were targeted by air and grounds attacks of security forces in parts of Nangarhar province.
A commander of Selab army corps in the east of the country told BNA, in the raids 28 fighters were lost their lives.
According to reports several strongholds of ISIS with all war equipment were also demolished.
Another report says that the security forces prevented from a series of blasts in Nangarhar province.
The security officials discovered and neutralized four mines from crowded areas of the province and prevented from deadly events.
T. Yarzada
 

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Kunduz (BNA) Seven people have been detained on charges of different criminal crimes by police forces of Kunduz province.
Colonel Waisuddin Talash head of anti-criminal of Kunduz security directorate told BNA, the personnel of the directorate detained seven suspects on charges of killing and rubbery from different parts of Kunduz city.
He added one of the detainees was arrested on charges of killing his wife in that province.
During the last six month of the current year, 75 suspects have been detained by police forces on charges of crimes in Kunduz province.
T. Yarzada
 

Saturday January 20, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Aimed at war on ISIL, the US intends to send more trainers and military equipment to Afghanistan next spring. This step is taking place at a time that currently American trainers and instructors are teaching use of drones to Afghan Air Forces’ officers.
Afghan MoD has said that ANSF and RS forces have joint commitment to eliminate ISIL. The White House and Pentagon authorities have told the Wall Street Journal that based on Trump’s new strategy, about one thousand military trainers and several war drones will be deployed in Afghanistan which would be used in air strikes. Although so far, the official sources of the US government have not talked on deployment of more military trainers in Afghanistan but Afghan MoD said that beside the US army, the role of AAF is very important in war on ISIL and other terrorists.
Deputy spokesman of MoD, BG Mohammad Radmanish said, based on new US strategy, Afghan and US armies would cooperate each other and the USA would support us with their technologies in areas of our need. Reports on deployment of drones, military trainers and equipment in Afghanistan are being released at a time that, the US military officers have already started training of AAF officers use of drones. The Newsweek has recently reported that American officers for the first time train Afghan forces to target ISIL and Talib terrorists with drones. During his meeting with Afghan second vice president Sarwar Danesh, commander of RS US Gen John Nicolson emphasizing on the commitment of RS specially the US forces for reinforcing of political stability in Afghanistan said, that process of war on terror particularly ISIL would be advancing decisively more than before.
Talking on the new measures of RS and ANSF in war on terror in different parts of the country, RS commander said that certain plans have been undertaken for coverage of more areas in Afghanistan in current year. President Trump has said that the US no longer keeps silence against Talib and ISIL terrorists in Pakistan. The US has given multi million dollars to Pakistan but they have sheltered terrorists who create violence. Now the time has reached that Pakistan should show its commitment to civilization, order and peace. Pakistan has given hideouts to those who kill our people. We have paid multi-billion dollar aids to Pakistan but they sheltered criminals and terrorists. We fight them and this situation should change. For the first time in the last 16 years, the US has met one of the biggest Afghan requests as a result of its new strategy and called Pakistan as supporter of terrorists who are fighting the US. The US proposed two options to Pakistan: either to cooperate the US and benefit it or continue support of terrorists and become a loser. In case of cooperation of Pakistan, we can wait positive changes in Afghanistan but in case of non-cooperation, more different sanctions and punishments would be imposed on this country.
As the first punishment, we can mention Trump request of India to play more role in economic field in Afghanistan. Taking into account the sensitiveness of Pakistan against role of India in Afghanistan, this would certainly be bitter and disturbing to Pakistan. If Pakistan refuses and doesn’t submit to US recent request, other possible consequences could be including the name of Pakistan in the list of terror advocates and imposing economic and diplomatic sanctions. Direct military attack on Pakistan looks unlikely while launching special operations inside Pakistan soil will be possible. The withdrawal of RS forces in the future would not be based on a timetable but it would be conditional to the situations. Another frank and positive point in new strategy is distinguishing of target and definition of victory. It means elimination of terrorists and preventing of retaking over of power by terrorists in Afghanistan. It would enable the Afghan government to approach Taliban and other insurgents from the position of power and force their moderate and reconcilable elements to attend peace negotiating table.
Abdul Akbar Noorzad
 

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