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Afghanistan: Taliban commander killed during operation of coalition forces in Zabul province

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 27 Apr 2019

Afghanistan: Taliban commander killed during operation of coalition forces in Zabul province
Kabul, Apr 27: A Taliban commander was killed during an operation conducted by Afghan and coalition forces in southern Zabul province of the country, media reports said on Saturday.

The Taliban commander was identified as Abdur Rahman.

The 205th Corps spokesman has confirmed that a Taliban Commander operating out of Shah Joy District of Zabul Province has been killed yesterday, reported Khaama Press.

Abdur Rahman was known to have operated in the areas of Shah Joy and Qalat as a weapons and IED facilitator. He was assumed to be responsible for attacks as recent as this month, reported the news agency.

The commander was eliminated during a joint operation conducted by the  205th Corps and the coalition forces.




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