9  Taliban insurgents killed and wounded in Ghazni

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Local officials in Ghazni province reported that 9 Taliban fighters were killed and wounded in Andar district.

Juma Zadeh, the spokesman for the Ghazni provincial command, told the media today (Wednesday, April 14): “As a result of the clearing operation of the security and defense forces in the village of Nani and Arezoo Kuchak in the province, 9 Taliban insurgents belonging to Qari Nazir “And they are injured.”

Mr. Juma Zadeh added that five Taliban fighters were killed and four others were wounded during the operation. According to a spokesman for the Ghazni Police Command, no government forces were harmed during the incident.

So far, the Taliban have not told the media about the incident.

Meanwhile, as a result of air operations in Dowlatabad and Qaramqal districts of Faryab province yesterday, 7 Taliban insurgents in charge of public health for Qarmqal district were killed and 3 others were wounded.

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