11 Pakistani rebels killed in Afghan security forces’ attack

At least 11 Pakistani insurgents were killed following Afghan security forces’ attack in eastern Nooristan province last night.
Senior commander of Afghan national army in the east of the country told BNA correspondent, the attack carried out by Afghan security forces in Kamdesh district of the province, in which 11 Pakistani militants were killed.
Recently the Pakistani terrorists have entered beyond Durand Line to Nangarhar province that targeted and killed by Afghan security forces.
It has been said, there were damages on part of civilians during the attack. According to another report, Afghan security forces succeeded to discover and defuse six round of different type of mines from crowded areas of eastern Nooristan province. The mines had been planted enemies of the country to target civilians and Afghan security troops. ISIS nor Taliban has commented regarding the failed mine plantings so far, but security officials claimed that Taliban group are responsible for the mine plantings.
The Kabul Times

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