Top ISIS commanders among 6 killed in U.S. drone strikes in East of Afghanistan

A series of U.S. aristrikes killed six militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group in eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan.
The 201st Silab Corps of the Afghan Military in a statement said the U.S. military’s unmanned aerial vehicles targeted the ISIS militants in Suki district of Kunar on Sunday.
The statement further added that the airstrikes targeted the ISIS militants in Dewa Gul Vally of the district, killing at least 6 ISIS militants.
The 201st Silab Corps also added that the airstrikes also killed Ghani, the commander in charge of ISIS prisons and Qari Zahir, another local senior commander of the group.
The ISIS sympathizers have not commented have not commented regarding the airstrikes so far.
The U.S. forces conducted the airstrikes against ISIS militants days after an agreement was reached with the Taliban group to reduce violence across the country.



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