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Afghan special forces kill 35 Taliban militants in country's north

Image: UN website

Afghan special forces kill 35 Taliban militants in country's north

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 19 Mar 2019, 05:52 pm

Moscow, Mar 19 (Sputnik/UNI): Afghan Special Forces have killed at least 35 Taliban terrorists and destroyed a large cache of weapons and explosives in the Taliban-dominated Kunduz province in the country's north, local media reported on Tuesday.

The operation in the Chahar Dara district in the southwestern part of the province left 27 Taliban fighters dead, Pajhwok Afghan News agency reported.

The Afghan military also seized and destroyed a large cache of weapons, pressure-plate improvised explosive devices and homemade explosives.

Another 8 Taliban militants were killed during airstrikes in the same district, according to the agency.

Image: UN website 

Afghan special forces kill 35 Taliban militants in country's north

India Blooms News Service
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