Afghan government says Afghan security forces killed 26 militants

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 Afghan government says Afghan security forces killed 26 militants


Afghan security forces said in a statement on the same day that in the past 24 hours, the Afghan air force has launched air strikes against local Taliban hideouts in southern Kandahar province, Helmand province and Western Herat province, killing 18 militants in total.

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Esmatula muradi, a spokesman for the Kunduz provincial government in northern Afghanistan, confirmed to Xinhua that the Afghan air force launched multiple air strikes in Kunduz province on the 4th, killing 8 militants and wounding 7 others.

Afghan security forces, including the Afghan National Army and police, will continue to clean up the militants, Afghanistans acting defense minister asadura Khalid said Friday.

He said that the campaign forced a large number of armed elements to disarm and surrender to the security forces. In the past few months, about 1000 extremist Islamic state militants have surrendered to security forces in Nangarhar province, in the eastern part of the country.

Recently, the Afghan government has stepped up its attack on the militants. On January 1, the Afghan air force attacked a Taliban hideout in Baghlan province in the north, killing seven militants.