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Senior Taliban Commander Killed in Parwan

A senior commander of the armed Taliban group killed and three other militants injured in a special operation conducted by Afghan police in Parwan province. The key commander of Taliban identified as Mullah Naeem Kor who was involved in terrorist attacks across the Parwan province. “Taliban’s key commander, Mullah Naeem …

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Afghan Police Arrests Suicide Bomber in Paktia

A suicide bomber arrested by Afghan National Police in Paktia province, Ministry of Interior (MoI) said. A statement by MoI said that the arrested suicide bomber identified as Abdul Bari son of Akhtar Gul, resident of Machlaqo village of Ahmad Abad district of Paktia province. According to the statements, the bomber …

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Ghani Arrives in Mazar to Review Local Gov’t Performance

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani entered Balkh province late on Monday after inaugurating the railway connecting Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. Last night during his visits, the President has hold meetings with Atta Muhammad Noor, the acting-governor of Balkh, tribal elders, and civil society activists. Presidential spokesman, Haroon Chakhansuri has said that the …

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Afghanistan Never Becomes House of Taliban Council Leaderships: Menapal

Officials in Afghanistan presidential palace said Taliban have failed to relocate their council leaderships in Nangarhar, Helmand and Paktia provinces of Afghanistan from Pakistan, but their permanent headquarter is still outside the country. Meanwhile officials in Ministry of Defense confirmed that several Taliban council leadership committees were located in Helmand …

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Haqqani Network Commander Arrested in Paktia

Afghan intelligence operatives have detained a commander of Haqqani network in eastern Paktia province of Afghanistan. On Sunday, the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in a statement said, the commander was in charge of 20 militants of Haqqani network in Zurmat district of Paktia province. The detained individual was involved …

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