Taliban key commander among 10 killed in W. Afghanistan

Sep 16, 2020

Herat (Afghanistan), September 16: Ten militants including a Taliban key commander have been killed in Obe district of the western Herat province, provincial government spokesman Jilani Farhad said Wednesday.
The security forces, according to the official launched cleanup operations in parts of Obe district on Tuesday and so far 10 militants including key commander Mullah Naeem Mansoor have been killed.
No security personnel and civilians have been hurt during the crackdown, the official further said.
However, the official asserted the security forces would continue to pursue the insurgents in Obe and its vicinity to stabilize peace and security there.
The Taliban outfit has yet to make comment.
Source: Xinhua News Agency

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