Taliban Rebels Attack Coalition Forces in Afghan’s Nurek Province
Afghanistan, Kabul, 9 October / Trend corr. A.Hakimi/ Taliban rebels attacked on coalition forces on 9 October.
Goulamnabi Charhi, chief of police in Nurek province, said that column of automobiles that belonged to coalition force, underwent attack at 8:30a.m when trying to go from Kabul to Nurek, Kabul based correspondent of Trend , said.
Charhi said that one driver died and two automobiles, which carried fuel, were burned.
A witness told Trend that about 30 or 40 unknown people attacked on automobiles and opened fire.
Mola Abdullah, who represented himself as Taliban representative, connected with journalists and admitted that the attack was committed by Taliban.
Charhi said that the mine that was set up under the main bridge in the Nurek province was revealed by local police and neutralized.
Recently, Taliban activists commit frequent attacks on the coalition forces.
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