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8 Taliban Killed in Baghlan Operation

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Mohammad Haroon Alim
Mohammad Haroon Alim
Mohammad Haroon Alim holds a BBA degree from Kardan University. He works as a sub-editor for Khaama Press.

The Ministry of Defense says 8 Taliban fighters were killed in Baghlan province.

The ministry stated in a press release on  Monday that eight people had been killed in an airstrike by ANA forces on a gathering of Taliban fighters in the central district of Baghlan province.

The Taliban were targeted in airstrikes by security forces who were planning to attack army positions, the Ministry of Defense said in a statement.

Eight of the militants were killed and seven more were wounded in Afghan forces airstrike in Baghlan-e-Markazi district

On the other hand, a densely populated area, Nawabad area of Ghazni city, was struck by three Taliban mortar rounds, Leaving 8 women and children dead, local officials confirmed to media.

Second VP Sarwar Danesh at an event in Kabul on Monday said the Taliban the main hurdle for peace negotiations. He added the Taliban does not believe in a peaceful solution to the Afghan war.

He has urged the upcoming U.S. administration to review and re-evaluated the peace process and agreements.

Also according to Amrullah Saleh, Kabul University attackers “blew their hands off” with a hand grenade to mask their identities, by removing their fingerprints.

Saleh posted on Facebook that an overview of the investigation progress and follow-up of the attack on Kabul University and Kowsar educational center has been made, and many clues have been obtained, but nothing has been said about the clues.

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