by Mamoon Durrani - AFP on July 26, 2017, 8:40 pm 26 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attack on Kandahar base Kandahar (Afghanistan) (AFP) - At least 26 Afghan soldiers have been killed in a Taliban attack on a military base in southern Kandahar province, the defence ministry said Wednesday, the latest blow to the country's struggling security forces.The Afghan air force said it carried out strikes backing up soldiers on the ground during the hours-long attack on the base, which began late...
A US airstrike has killed 16 Afghan police and wounded two others in Helmand provinceA US airstrike killed 16 Afghan police and wounded two others in Helmand province, officials said Saturday. The incident took place Friday 5 pm as Afghan security forces were clearing a village of Taliban elements, Salam Afghan, Helmand police spokesman, told AFP. "In the strike, 16 Afghan policemen were killed including two commanders. Two other policemen were wounded," he said.
There is a growing insurgent offensive in Kandahar, where security has relatively improved in recent years under the leadership of police chief and regional strongman General Abdul Raziq (AFP Photo/JAVED TANVEER)At least 15 Afghan soldiers were killed when Taliban fighters attacked their base in Kandahar, officials said Friday, in the third major insurgent assault this week on the military in the southern province.
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