Afghan airstrikes kill at least six taliban terrorists in Kunduz province
Afghan air forces carried out airstrikes in the northern province of Kunduz leaving at least six Taliban terrorists killed and six more injured, local media reported on Saturday, Sputnik reported.
The attacks were carried out on late Friday in Kanam area in the outskirts of the Kunduz city and in the Chardara district, the Khaama Press media outlet reported, citing local security officials. One of the airstrikes also destroyed an armored vehicle of the Taliban movement.
The Taliban has not commented on the reports yet.
Afghanistan is in a state of political and social turmoil, with Taliban insurgents and other extremist factions such as Islamic State (ISIL or Daesh), outlawed in Russia and many other countries, taking advantage of the instability in the country.