Taliban attack kills at least 15 policemen in north Afghanistan
Air raids conducted in Kandahar and Faryab provinces as US envoy arrives in country following collapse of talks. More than 80 Taliban fighters have been killed in air raids by Afghan and US forces in Afghanistan 's Kandahar and Faryab provinces in the past 24 hours, officials said. Abdul Kareem, the police chief in the northern Faryab province, said on Sunday that a group of Taliban fighters carried out an assault on security checkpoints in the Pashtunkot district on Saturday night and were targeted by air raids by the Afghan Air Force. He told Anadolu Agency that at least 53 Taliban fighters were killed and 11 wounded. In the southern Kandahar province, US forces conducted air raids in Maruf and Shah Wali Kot districts, killing 33 Taliban fighters and injuring eight others, a statement by the provincial police headquarters said. The Taliban. Qari Yosuf, the group's spokesman, said an armoured vehicle was completely destroyed and all on board were killed. The Taliban now controls nearly half of Afghanistan and have been relentless in their near-daily attacks targeting Afghan security forces, attacks that often inflict heavy casualties.
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At least 12 people died in the explosion that apparently targeted a convoy from a private security firm. A car bombing in Kabul during morning rush hour on Wednesday targeted a private security company's convoy with officials saying 12 people were killed, including children. The attack also wounded 20 people, including four of the company's foreign staff, but their nationalities were not released. Reports in the immediate aftermath of the attack said seven died but a new death toll was later released. The explosion occurred in the Qasaba area in the Afghan capital. The GardaWorld security company - based in Montreal, Canada - was the apparent target, according to Nasrat Rahimi, an interior ministry spokesman. A vehicle belonging to the security company and two private cars were damaged in the attack, Rahimi added.
US and Australian hostages held by the armed group freed after Afghan government released three Taliban commanders. Three Taliban commanders have been released by the Afghan government as part of a prisoner swap involving two Western hostages, sources have told Al Jazeera. The sources said on Tuesday that the men, including senior Taliban leader Anas Haqqani, had landed in Qatar, which hosts the group's political office at the request of the United States.
Multi-pronged attack on checkpoint in Ali Abad district of northern Kunduz province set off hours-long deadly shootout. The multi-pronged attack on the checkpoint in the Ali Abad district of northern Kunduz province began late on Monday and set off an hours-long shootout, according to Ghulam Rabani Rabani, a provincial council member. Along with the 15 policemen killed, two other officers were wounded in the assault, he said. The attack came as Afghan troops have been battling the Taliban for the past few weeks in Kunduz's Dashti Archi and Imam Sahib districts, Rabani added.
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