44 Taliban Insurgents Killed In Kunduz
Taliban insurgents suffered “heavy casualties” during security and defence forces operations in Kunduz province, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on Saturday.
MoD spokesperson Fawad Aman said that 44 Taliban fighters were killed and 37 wounded in operations launched in the Imam Saheb district of the province.
The security forces also cleared a village in the district clear of Taliban insurgents, he added.
Kunduz police said that the operations had taken place in the village of Dehghan Qeshlaq.
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