Afghan, coalition forces kill 30 Taliban, ISIS-K militants in past 24 hours
The Afghan and coalition forces have killed at least 30 Taliban and ISIS Khurasan (ISIS-K) militants during their latest operations which were conducted in the past 24 hours.
According to the informed military sources, a coalition air strike in Khugyani district of Nangarhar province killed 2 ISIS-K fighters while 7 more militants were killed during similar airstrikes conducted in Washer of Helmand and Chimtal district of Balkh province.
The sources further added that a coalition air strike in Qarah Bagh district of Ghazni killed 4 Taliban fighters.
The Afghan Special Forces conducted a clearance operation in Tarin Kot city of Uruzgan, killing 13 Taliban fighters and destroying 2 roadside bombs.
According to the informed sources, the Afghan Special Forces conducted a raid in Marawarah district of Kunar, killing 3 Taliban fighters while 1 Taliban fighter was killed during a similar operation in Zurmat district of Paktia province.
The anti-government armed militants including Taliban have not commented regarding the operation and killings of their militants so far.
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