Foreign media: More than 100 security forces killed in the attack on Afghan military barracks

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 Foreign media: More than 100 security forces killed in the attack on Afghan military barracks


Overseas Network January 21, according to todays Russian Network, Afghan Defense Ministry officials said on 21 that the Taliban attacked a military training base in central Afghanistan, killing more than 100 security forces.

The attack took place at 8 a.m. local time on Monday (January 21). Reuters quoted military sources as saying that Taliban militants attacked a military training center in Maidan Wardak, Afghanistan. We know that 126 people were killed in the explosion of the military training center.

Earlier, the Afghan government said 12 people had died, but there was no further comment.

According to the Afghan Pajhwok news report, the Taliban suicide bomber drove his car into the military base after fighting with Afghan security personnel. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the incident.

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Earlier, a suicide car bomber attacked a military training center in Wardak province of Afghanistan on 21 local time, and then militants opened fire on Afghan troops. At that time, government departments said that the attack had killed 12 people, mostly soldiers, and more than 30 others were injured. Nasrat Rahimi, deputy spokesman for the Afghan Interior Ministry, said at least two militants were killed by soldiers of the Afghan army during the attack. The head of the local public health department said the wounded had been taken to hospital for treatment. On January 14, an explosion occurred in the 9th Police District of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killing four people and injuring 113 others. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Yang Yi_NBJ10647

Earlier, a suicide car bomber attacked a military training center in Wardak province of Afghanistan on 21 local time, and then militants opened fire on Afghan troops. At that time, government departments said that the attack had killed 12 people, mostly soldiers, and more than 30 others were injured.

Nasrat Rahimi, deputy spokesman for the Afghan Interior Ministry, said at least two militants were killed by soldiers of the Afghan army during the attack.

The head of the local public health department said the wounded had been taken to hospital for treatment.

On January 14, an explosion occurred in the 9th Police District of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killing four people and injuring 113 others.