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Thursday, 24 January 2013 10:59

5 Taliban commanders killed in Afghanistan

Thursday, January 24, 2013
Kabul (BNA) five local commanders of Taliban were killed and arrested in a military operation in Afghanistan.  The identities of the commanders had not clear; they were targeted by Afghan and NATO forces in the vicinities of Ghazni, Kandahar, Urozgan, Faryab, Helmand and Zabul provinces.  According to NATO press statement, in the operation, three Taliban commanders were killed and two of them arrested.  NATO said the commanders were killed and arrested during organizing of terrorist attacks.  Six oppositions were killed and 4 others with their commanders were arrested in the operations.  The statement said , three arms caches of opposition were seized by the forces.

Thursday, 24 January 2013 10:57

6 Local Commander of Taliban Killed

Thursday, January 24, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Six local commanders of Taliban were killed in a combined operation in the country. 
The commanders were targeted by military forces in Ghazni, Kandahar, Helmand, Farah and Zabul provinces and lost their lives. 
BNA quoting from NATO press statement said, the commanders were killed while organizing terrorist attacks. 
NATO said, the commanders had committed leadership of several terrorist attacks in the regions. 
It is said, 8 other oppositions were killed and arrested in the operations. 
Three arms and narcotic caches of Taliban were seized in the operations.  

Thursday, 24 January 2013 10:56

NATO Solider Killed In Afghanistan

Thursday, January 24, 2013
Kabul (BNA) A NATO solider was killed by armed Taliban in the country. 
The identity of the solider has not cleared but he was targeted by armed Taliban in his patrol in the east of the country and lost his lives. 
NATO press statement confirmed the killing of the solider but said nothing about identity and exact area of the event. 
On Tuesday, a NATO solider was lost his live in a similar event in the south of the country. 

Thursday, 24 January 2013 10:53

Car Full of Explosive Devices Seized In Kabul

Thursday, January 24, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The security forces in Kabul seized a car full of explosive devices and prevented from a terrorist incident. 
A press source of interior ministry who denied his name said BNA reporter, 40 sacks full of explosive devices which were placed in a car was seized by security forces from Kampany area, 5th district of Kabul. 
Three persons were arrested on charges of the case but their identities were not clear. 

Thursday, 24 January 2013 10:52

50 Package of Ammonium-nitrate Seized In Logar

Thursday, January 24, 2013
Pul-e-Alam (BNA) 50 packages of ammonium-nitrate were seized in Logar province. 
Abdul Saboor Nasrati police chief of Logar said BNA, the mentioned materials were placed skillfully in a vehicle discovered by security forces from Porak area belonged to center of Logar. 
According to the source, the driver of the vehicle in his primary investigation said that he wanted to smuggle the materials to Kabul for terrorist actions. 

Monday, January 21, 2013
Lashkarga (BNA) Mullah Gulalai local commander of Taliban was killed in air bombardment of NATO forces.  Mullah Gulalai called as organizer of planting mines in crowded ways of Helmand.  The commander riding on a motorbike was targeted by NATO planes in the Nawa district and killed.  Ahmad Zerak spokesman of Helmand governor in contact with BNA confirming the killing of Mullah Gulalai said there were no casualties among local residents.    Local officials consider the death of Mullah Gulalai as a severe blow on Taliban and will reduce planting mine in the area.

Monday, 21 January 2013 11:55

11 Taliban arrested

Monday, January 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) the press sources of interior ministry said that 11 Taliban wanted to carry out terrorist activities, were arrested.  Interior ministry press office said BNA, 11 Taliban wanted to carry out terrorist and destructive activities in the outskirts of Nangarhar, Zabul , Urozgan-Maidan-Wardak. Logar, Ghazni , Paktia and Helmand provinces, they were arrested during cleansing operations  with Afghan security forces which was launched in lasted 24 hours . It should be said, in the operations, 2 armed militants were killed,  8 different types of arms, a rocket launcher, 60 mines, 12 grenades, 260 light ammunition bullets , 200 kg of narcotic and 2vehilces of the  enemy were seized by the forces.

Monday, 21 January 2013 11:53

5 rebels killed

Monday, January 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) five armed rebels were killed and 7 others wounded in clash with frontier police forces in Acheen district of Nangarhar province.  Adrees Momand in charge of public relation of No. 1 police command said BNA, rebels attacked on frontier police post in the Achen district, continued for 2 hours, in which 5 rebels were killed and 7 others wounded.  In the clash, a policeman and a civilian were martyred.  Two days ago, as a result of explosion in Jalalabad; two frontier policemen were wounded.

Monday, January 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) two commanders of Taliban were killed in drone attack in Kunar province yesterday.  The Shamshad 202 police zone said to BNA, the incident happened in the outskirt of Ghaziabad district as a result of which, two commanders of Taliban were killed.  According to another report, four Pakistani nations were killed and six others injured in explosion of mine in Nooristan province.  The Shamshad 202 police zone said BNA, number of Pakistani nations were coming for teaching of mine for Taliban in the Chencharkhor and Batiqul area of Kamdish district, during teaching of mine, the mine exploded killed four and injured 6 others.

Monday, 21 January 2013 08:57


Monday, January 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA)   Hamid Karzai the president of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in an interview with CNN television network, describing the main points of political developments and the prospects of peace in the country made it clear that Afghan people were jointly heading toward security self- sufficiency and wouldn’t like to be dependent to international community for a long time
BNA state owned news agency political analyst writes: Afghanistan is on the way of great and fundamental changes. The country is experiencing accepting security responsibilities and defending independently. In addition to that it is getting ready for 1393 during which presidential elections would be held and the process of foreign forces withdrawal to be completed. Heading toward such great changes, welcomed with both optimism and pessimism. Withdrawal program of international forces from the country has been the most controversial issue in the political life of the country. There are concerns on that regard and also somewhat affected some political circles inside the country. But the words, expressed by the president in his interview with CNN ended the concerns and ambiguities.
The president clearly said, “I deeply comprehend the situation but I have no any concern and fear because the Afghans will ensure security in their country and we cannot be depended to international community forever.”  The president considering the present capabilities of security forces and programs for their future has expressed the above words.
The security forces of the country, passing each day, become more organized, equipped and getting further experience and have the capability to carry out military operations independently. They have proved that they can meet the demands of their people and make them hopeful for the future. While the armed oppositions are in complete disarray and shamefully continue their political life under notorious foreign agencies.

Mr. Karzai in his last interview touching on various dimensions of developments and the prospect of peace in the country precisely analyzed them
The Afghan president considered conducting dialogue and finally ensuring peace through negotiations as need, but insisted that any negations and dialogue with armed oppositions could not damage the national values and the achievements of the previous years.
While a number of political and civil society activists believe, in the framework of this program Taliban would return with their old believes and would create barriers on the way of civil society’s growth and would ignore the women’s rights as before.
Mr. Karzai responding to such opinions says, we follow peace and in our endeavors for ensuring peace together with America use a single method.
Taliban persistently send us message that they are ready to hold peace negotiations. They also have family and like other Afghans suffering from crisis prevailed in the country. How long they should hide in Pakistan and live in hideouts. Now, the situation has improved. May be there are people among Taliban who are the most hard - line one but the number of such hardliners is limited.  The majority of them can integrate in Afghan society with high culture and religious and national traditions.
President warns that the question is not that wither Taliban allow the schools be open or not. The fact is that the doors of schools would be open for ever and the people who try to prevent the activities of schools would be stopped, therefore, in this way we prevent them from exercising their old habits.

Meanwhile, in his interview with CNN,  Mr.Karzai  was optimistic about holding presidential poll in 1393 and good governance and considered stability in Afghanistan useful for the stability of the region. Pointing to the recent terrorist incidents in Pakistan which left 120 dead said, now I am confident that the decision makers in Pakistan come to believe that extremism can also affect Pakistan badly.
The president’s talks reflected widely in media and changed the negative opinions and made the people more hopeful for their future.    

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