Taliban Suffer Huge Blow in Kunduz Airstrikes, 13 Militants Killed & 7 Wounded

The Taliban insurgents suffered heavy casualties during the airstrikes conducted in northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan amid ongoing counter-terrorism operations in this province.

According to the officials of the 209th Shaheen Corps of the Afghan National Army in the North, the airstrikes were carried out in the past 24 hours in Imam Sahib District.

The officials further added that at least thirteen Taliban insurgents including one of their key commanders identified as Mubariz were killed.

At least seven Taliban insurgents were also wounded during the airstrikes, the officials said, adding that the insurgents were targeted in Qerghez and Alef Berdi villages.

According to the Shaheen Corps officials, two hideouts of the Taliban, a weapons cache, and one of their motorcycles were also destroyed in the airstrikes.

The anti-government armed militant groups have not commented regarding the report so far.

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