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Taliban commander killed in Afghanistan

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 08 Jun 2019

Kabul, June 8: Taliban commander Shah Maqsood has been killed in an explosion in Afghanistan's western Farah province, media reports said on Saturday.

Maqsood was also known as Dentist.

 

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) in a statement said Shah Maqsood and one was his accomplices were killed in an explosion triggered by a roadside bomb, reported Khaama Press.

 

The statement further added that the two men were planting a roadside bomb in Pashtun Kot district when the incident took place, reported the news agency further.

 

Shah Maqsood was reportedly in charge of a group of 30 terrorists in the Afghanistan province.

 

He was involved in various terrorist related activities in various parts of Farah province, Khaama Press said quoting the Ministry of Interior.

 




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