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Taliban commander killed in US air strike in southeastern Afghanistan

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Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com
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US forces in Afghanistan launched an air strike on the province of Ghazni in the southeast of the country; killing one of the leaders of the Taliban and a number of elements of the organization.

According to the agency Khamaa Press, quoted a statement of Afghan forces on Tuesday that the  US corps Thunder 203 raid targeted the Tasan region of Ghazni province, killing a Taliban commander and five other militants.

The statement did not specify the identity of the dead commander during the air strike.

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The statement also said that Afghan forces clashed with Taliban militants in the area of ​​Qarabagh in the same province; killing two militants and wounding three others.

At least two Taliban were killed and six others wounded in clashes with Afghan security forces in Ghazni province.

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