At least twenty five Taliban militants were killed or wounded during the airstrikes conducted in southeastern Ghazni province of Afghanistan, the Afghan Military said Saturday.

The 203rd Thunder Corps of the Afghan Military in the Southeast in a statement said the Afghan Air Force carried out airstrikes against the Taliban militants in Moshaki and Jarkano area of Qarabagha district, leaving at least 21 militants dead.

The statement further added that the airstrikes also left at least four militants wounded.

In the meantime, the Afghan armed forces discovered and defused two improvised explosive devices during Thunder-6 operations, the 203rd Thunder Corps said, adding that a suspected militant was also arrested during the same operation.

The anti-government armed militant groups including Taliban have not commented regarding the airstrikes and Thunder-6 operations so far.

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