At least ten militants were killed or wounded an airstrike of the Afghan Air Force in southeastern Ghazni province, the Afghan military said Sunday.
According to a statement released by 203rd Thunder Corps, the Afghan Air Force carried out an airstrike targeting armed terrorists in Panah area of Geru district.
The statement further added that seven militants were killed and three others were wounded during the same airstrike.
The anti-government armed militants including Taliban have not commented regarding the airstrike so far.
Ghazni is among the relatively volatile provinces in Southeast of Afghanistan where Taliban militants have active presence in some of its districts and often attempt to carry out terrorist related activities against the government and security institutions.