bomb makingPolice in northern Sar-e-Pul province are looking for a group of 10 women who are recruiting/ training other women for terrorist activities.

Mohammad Kazim, spokesman for Sar-e-Pul police says these women are expert in making bombs who have received their training in Pakistan.

He added that the group is now busy to expand by training other women, who they mislead, to make bombs which can be very dangerous.

He further said that Kohistanat is a mountainous district and they are trying to receive air support to conduct operations in suspected areas for the arrests of these women.

This is the 1st time women in such a big group begin insurgency and convince other women for terrorist activities and making bombs in Afghanistan.

Home made bombs are considered to be very deadly in Afghanistan.