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Taliban claims killing two ISIS members in Eastern Afghanistan

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

According to a report from the media outlet, Taliban forces conducted an operation in Kunar province, eastern Afghanistan, resulting in the killing of two ISIS members.

In a report released by the Taliban-controlled state news agency on Thursday, April 11, another ISIS member was detained in the operation.

Further information about the identities of these individuals has not been disclosed yet.

The Bakhtar News Agency, citing officials from the Taliban’s media office in Kunar province, reported that the operation was launched on Thursday night in the Diwgal Valley of Chawkay district.

According to the report, two rifles were also discovered and confiscated during the skirmish.

Recent reports reveal that ISIS has intensified its attacks in Afghanistan, with a recent attack in Kandahar resulting in the deaths of over 40 people and injuring dozens more.

ISIS-K, the primary rival of the Taliban, has posed a significant threat to the Taliban-led government since its takeover of Afghanistan in August 2021.

The escalation of attacks by ISIS in Afghanistan, particularly in regions like Kandahar, underscores the ongoing insecurity in the country. Despite the Taliban’s control, the persistent threat of ISIS-K and other insurgent groups continues to destabilize the country, posing significant challenges to the region’s peace and security.

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