(BNA): A terrorist was killed by shelling of Security Forces (SF) in Helmand province yesterday. The assailant along with his colleague wanted to assassinate a military officer in Lashkargah city that was identify and targeted by security forces. General Ihsamuddin Helmandi police official of Helmand told BNA, the assailant was killed and the second was
(TOLO NEWS): As many as 177 capsules of heroin, which the seven “couriers” had ingested to smuggle them into the country, have been recovered by the Narcotics Control Bureau, the report said. Officials said 10 dozen bananas, fed to the detained men over the past few days, aided the process of recovery after x-ray tests
(BNA): The National Defense Ministry said that 17 armed oppositions were killed during several clearing operations conducted by defense forces in two provinces of the country. National defense ministry press office told BNA, the security and defense forces in the past 24 hours carrying out offensive operations with support of air forces in Helmand and
(KHAAMA PRESS): Mr. Sediq Sediqqi, the presidential spokesperson, said in his remarks that “a ceasefire is a preliminary step for peace negotiations planned by the Afghan government. However, the reduction of violence is not acceptable for the people and state at any cost. The generic demand jointly proposed by the people, and the Afghan government
(TOLO NEWS): The officials said efforts are underway to help the victims. “Efforts are underway by officials from relevant departments to collect data on casualties and help the affected families,” Helmand governor’s spokesman Omar Zwak said. Meanwhile, heavy snowstorms closed highways that connect Kabul with Bamiyan. The Afghanistan Meteorological Authority has predicted more rainfalls in
(Afghanistan Times): The United States and Taliban are negotiating a possible release of more than 5,000 militant prisoners and a reduction of Taliban violence before a peace deal could be struck, according to sources privy to the developments, in what is seen as an unprecedented concession to the militant group amid a desperation for reconciliation.
(BNA): Four Taliban militants were killed and two others have been injured in a clearing operation of Afghan security troops in Helmand. The Taliban were suppressed in last 24 hours in parts of Naharsaraj district. General Ihsamuddin Helmandi police official of Helmand told BNA, four Taliban associates were killed and two others were injured. The
(BNA): Three people were lost their lives and six others have been injured as a result of flooding in Helmand last night. Heavy rains eventually caused floods and swept through Nawa and Kajaki districts and Lashkargah city. Omar Zwak spokesman for Helmand governor told BNA, three people were lost their lives and at least six