Kabul: In Taliban attacks in Afghanistan, 12 people, including four women, were killed while nine Afghan policemen lost their life in NATO air strikes. Four women were killed in firing between militants and soldiers. Governor of West Farah province Governor Nasir Mehri said that the Taliban attacked a military checkpoint in the province, killing four soldiers and injuring six others.
The attack in the Bala Bulluk district on the late night of Monday started, which lasted for several hours. According to Mehri, 19 Taliban fighters were killed and 30 wounded in Afghan air strikes. Four women were killed and four children were injured in eastern Lodwar province. Four policemen were killed in the Taliban attack in eastern Ghazni province on Monday night.
3 soldiers killed in Kabul
It may be mentioned that before August 5, three foreign soldiers were killed in a fidayeen attack on the military patrol in eastern Afghanistan. It was considered to be one of the most deadly attacks on America-led NATO forces in recent months. Taliban has taken responsibility for this attack. In a statement in Afghanistan, Nato Mission said that three members of the resilate support service died in a suicide attack during joint patrol with Afghan forces.