A minimum of 28 Taliban insurgents were killed due to infighting between factions of Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada and Mullah Rasul in Herat province in on Thursday, as confirmed by Herat governor’s spokesman Jailani Farhad to news sources. It was informed that the infighting happened in Joi Qazi, Abdul Abad, Deh Mirza and Deh Aman villages of
President Ghani on Friday released some statements on social media expressing that “strike in Helmand where friendly forces accidentally killed civilians is a tragic reminder that the war has gone for too long. 18 enemy combatants have also been killed but enemy uses human shield to place non-combatants in harms way and have repeated this tactic frequently.” He clarified that “the most effective way
The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) on Friday accorded approval for gifting 40,000 metric tons of wheat to Afghanistan. The ECC met for an emergency meet according to Pakistan news sources, and the meeting which was presided by Pakistan’s finance minister agreed to gift wheat worth Rs1.73 billion to Afghanistan.
Farah police chief’s office in a statement confirmed on Friday that 12 Taliban insurgents were killed in an airstrike in Takht-e-Rustam area in Farah City on Thursday. The statement also informed that 3 of the 12 killed were Taliban commanders.
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