MAIMANA: Afghan forces kill 28 Taliban fighters in a major airstrike. According to an Afghan army official, at least 28 Taliban militants have been killed in Afghanistan's Fariyab province. An Afghan Air Force's A-29 aircraft targeted Taliban hideouts in Farib province of Bilierbagh district. A spokesman for the area's army corps 209 Shaheen told Xinhua that the militants were planning attacks against the security forces while they were targeting the hideouts.
Violence has intensified in the already peaceful northern region in the past few years as Afghan security forces have intensified operations against militants in the southern and eastern regions. However, the Taliban has so far not said anything about the attack. Earlier on Saturday, 24 Taliban militants were killed and 17 others injured in a missile attack. This information was given by the Afghan military. "According to intelligence reports, 24 Taliban militants were killed and 17 others injured during a missile attack in Uruzgan province," a statement issued by Army Corp. 201 said, noting the details of the attacks. '
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