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Daily Security Brief: August 10, 2011

Daily Security Brief: August 10, 2011

Aug 10, 2011 - 12:28

HERAT: An explosion that occurred early on Wednesday morning in the western Herat province caused no major casualties, Muhayudin Noori, the governor’s spokesman, told Pajhwok Afghan News, adding that the bomb was planted under a culvert.

The blast happened while a government vehicle was crossing the road, he said, adding that only the driver of the vehicle was superficially injured.

The blast was the first security incident after Afghan forces took over security responsibility from the international troops in the province.

-- Quraishi

ZABUL: Three insurgents, including two Pakistanis, were killed in a firefight and an airstrike in the Shah Joi district of southern Zabul province, officials said on Wednesday.

The Talibaninfo-icon attacked a police post in the Kajirkhel area. Police retaliated and sought ISAF help, the district chief, Muhammad Siddique, told Pajhwok Afghan News. 

A local rebel commander named Himmat was among those injured, the official said

Resident Inayatullah said NATO-led forces heavily bombarded the area near the Tarnak River but he was unaware of causalities.

A Taliban spokesman, Qari Yousaf Ahmadi, said three policemen were killed and several others injured in the incident. Those killed or injured in the ISAFinfo-icon bombardment were civilians, he claimed.

-- Naseem Hotak



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