Maimana (BNA) ten armed Taliban rebels were killed in a clash by security forces in Faryab province this morning.
The Taliban were targeted in Qaisar and Ghormach districts.
A local police commander of Faryab province told BNA, the conflicts occurred while security forces stormed on two Taliban strongholds in Qaisar and Ghormach districts.
He added, in the conflicts, ten armed Taliban including two local commanders of them were killed.
It is mentionable that, no any harm and casualties sustained to security forces and residents in the clashes.
Kabul (BNA) At least 80 Daesh militants including foreign fighters were killed and six others were wounded in Afghan forces airstrikes in Ghor and Nangarhar provinces in the past 48 hours, the ministry of defense said early Monday.
According to the MoD 10 Daesh militants were targeted in Afghan airstrikes in Ghor provinces and their hideouts were destroyed.
The ministry said that 70 other Daesh militants were killed in Afghan airstrikes in Achin and Haska Mena districts of Nangarhar province and their six hideouts were destroyed in the airstrike.
Kabul (BNA) A suicide car bomb attack has taken place close to a military in Southeastern Khost province of Afghanistan.
The Ministry of Interior (MoI) confirmed the incident took place close to the Campaign military camp.
MoI acting spokesman Najib Danish said the incident took place around 1 pm local time after a car bomb was detonated near the base.
In the meantime, the provincial public health officials are saying a minor child who sustained injuries in the attack has been shifted to the city hospital for the treatment.
Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on Monday approved the replacement of four corps commanders and appointments of their successors, a Presidential statement said.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) suggested the replacements and appointments to the president for stability and better law enforcement, the statement added.
Infantry Brig. Gen. Amanullah, commander of the 207 Zafar Military Corps, was replaced to the 209 Shaheen Corps. Promoted as lieutenant General, he replaced Maj. Gen, Mohmand.
Maj. Gen. Mohmand, the commander of the 209 Shaheen Military Corps, has been appointed to head the cadre and personnel office of the chief of army staff.
Lt. Gen. Amanullah, commander of the 207 Zafar Military Corps, has been replaced by Brig. Gen. Mohammad Naser, commander of the 1st Brigade of 203 Thunder Military Corps. Naser has been elevated to the rank of lieutenant-general.