At least four militants were killed in a drone strike in western Farah province of Afghanistan, the Afghan Military in the West said late on Saturday.

According to a statement released y 207th Zafar Corps of the Afghan Military in the West, the drone strike was carried out in the vicinity of Bakwa district.

The statement further added that four militants were killed in the airstrike and vehicle, a PKM machine gun, a sniper rifle, and 3 Ak-47 rifles were destroyed.

The 207th Zafar Corps also added that three militants were killed during a separate operation in Nawbahar Village of Posht-e-Rod district.

The anti-government armed militant groups including Taliban have not commented regarding the killing of the militants so far.

Farah is among the relatively volatile provinces in West of Afghanistan where the Taliban militants are actively operating and often carry out terrorist related activities against the government and security forces.

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