28 Taliban militants killed in Herat conflicts

Herat: In a clash between two rival group of Taliban in Herat province, 28 Taliban were killed yesterday.
Abdul Ahad Walizada police chief of Herat told BNA, the insurgents were killed while the two rival groups of Taliban Mullah Habatullah and Mullah Rasool clashed in Shindand District.
The Taliban were suppressed in three separate clashes in suburb of Mehtarlam city and Alishing district.
According to the statement, in the end of the conflicts, several weapons and explosives were seized by security forces.
It is mentionable that there were no casualties between security forces and civilians in the clashes.
The Kabul Times

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