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Several Militants Killed in Afghan Army Operation in Kapisa Province

The Afghan Military in the East claimed that several anti-government militants have been killed during the operations in north-eastern Kapisa province.

The 201st Silab Corps of the Afghan Military in the East in a statement said the Afghan army, Afghan police, Local Police, Public Order Police, and Afghan intelligence forces conducted joint operations in Badrab village of Tagab district, local media reported.
The statement further added at least 13 militants were killed during the operations and 19 various types of improvised explosive devices were discovered and defused.
The militant groups including Taliban have not commented regarding the operations so far.

Kapisa is among the relatively calm provinces in Northeastern parts of the country but the security situation of the province has started to deteriorate recently amid ongoing efforts by the militants to expand their insurgency.(Afghan Voice Agency)

 

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