21 armed insurgents killed in Kunduz province
Reporter: Lotfollah Nijrabi
Security forces in the north of the country announce the killing of 21 armed Taliban commanders of the three senior commanders of the group in Kunduz province.
The Ministry of Defense has published a newsletter: The air strikes and artillery operations of the army in the district of Imam Saheb, 21 armed Taliban, have been subjected to the deaths of three senior commanders of the group and injured 13 others.
Kunduz is one of the northeastern provinces of Afghanistan, which is said to be one of the insecure provinces of the country. The Taliban is dominated and controlled by the Taliban most of the time.