Afghan local official in western Basghgis province said that the Taliban militants attacked a voter registration center in the province and killed at least 6 policemen.
An official in eastern Nangarhar province said that three brothers were beheaded in the province by ISIS terror fighters on charges of having links with the government.
A suicide bomber struck a voter-registration centre in the Afghan capital on Sunday at around 10 am local time, killing at least 52 people in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.
Afghan officials say a suicide bomber has attacked a voter registration center in the Dasht-i-Barchi area of the capital Kabul today morning killing at least four people.
The Kabul’s electricity has been reconnected days after the Taliban militants destroyed a power pylon in Baghlan that was transmitting the imported electricity from Uzbekistan.
Afghan forces have killed at least 21 armed insurgents including a Taliban local commander in their newest military operations across the country.
According to Afghan diplomatic sources in India, India has decided to purchase four MI-35 helicopters for Afghanistan to help the country in its campaign against the re-insurgency of the Taliban and other militants.
Afghan Security officials in northern part of the country said that Taliban local leader Qari Amrullah along with his 5 comrades was killed during a clash in Faryab.
Afghan Taliban are set to launch the annual ‘Spring Offensive’ soon, with fighting this year likely to be tough for the Afghan forces as US military estimates suggest Afghan government’s control of districts is at the lowest since December 2015.
Azerbaijan Defense Ministry has said that 50 Azerbaijani soldiers serving in Afghanistan have left Kabul for their country in accordance with their rotation plan.