Afghan and coalition security forces confirmed the death of Taliban leader, Tamim

KABUL, Afghanistan (March 25, 2013) – Afghan and coalition security forces confirmed today the death of Taliban leader, Tamim, during an operation in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand province, March 18.

In other International Security Assistance Force news throughout Afghanistan:

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Afghan and coalition security forces confirmed today the death of Taliban leader, Gul Ahmad Akhund, during an operation in Nad ‘Ali district, Helmand province, March 17. Akhund had operational control over a cell of insurgent fighters directly responsible for multiple attacks targeting Afghan and coalition forces throughout Helmand province. He was instrumental in acquiring and distributing weapons and ammunition to his fighters.

BAGRAM, Afghanistan (March 25, 2013) - Afghan and coalition forces found and safely cleared 13 IEDs, killed three insurgents and detained one suspected insurgent during operations in eastern Afghanistan throughout the past 24 hours, March 24.

Ghazni Province
Afghan National Security Forces detained one suspected insurgent during operations in the Dehyak District. The suspected insurgent was taken to a base for questioning.

Afghan National Security Forces found and safely cleared 11 IEDs during operations in the Gelan District.

Laghman Province
Coalition forces killed three insurgents during operations in the Mehtar Lam District.

Nangarhar Province
Afghan National Security Forces found and safely cleared an IED during operations in the Surkh Rod District.

Wardak Province
Afghan National Security Forces found and safely cleared an IED during operations in the Sayyidabad District.

Source http://waronterrornews.typepad.com/home/2013/03/war-in-afghanistan-news-25-march-2013.html

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