25 Insurgents Killed Across Four Provinces

Operations and airstrikes across four Afghan provinces by the Afghan national army and airforce has left a total of 25 insurgents dead in the past 24 hours, according to multiple statements by the Ministry of Defense.

Two insurgents were killed, three ammunition depots, and a bomb making facility were destroyed in an operation and airstrikes that took place in the capital of Uruzgan province, a tweeted statement by the ministry said on Wednesday.

Moreover, three insurgents were killed in AAF airstrikes in Andar district of Ghazni Province while three insurgents were killed and five other were wounded in army clearing operations in Zawal district of Herat Province.

Furthermore, seven insurgents including four Taliban local commanders named Abdullah, Zahidullah, Yusuf and Badarrullah, were killed and a vehicle was destroyed in Air Force airstrikes in Zarmat district of Paktia Province.

Finally, 10 insurgents were killed, two others were wounded, one was arrested, and two vehicles and motorbikes respectively were seized in AAF airstrikes and army clearing operations in Sangin district of Helmand Province.

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