Kabul [Afghanistan], October 31 (ANI/Sputnik): Nineteen Taliban terrorists have been killed across Afghanistan, including Mullah Amanullah, the movement's deputy head of the military commission for the Helmand province, the authorities said on Saturday.
"Mullah Amanullah, deputy of the Taliban's military commission for Helmand Prov. was killed with 8 of his fighters, yesterday in an airstrike. #AAF [Afghan Air Force] targeted them in [the Ghazni province's] Nawa district. A large amount of their weapons and ammunitions were also destroyed," the country's Defense Ministry tweeted.
Meanwhile, the northern Faryab province's police said that 10 Taliban terrorists were killed and five others injured in the province's Qaisar district.
The Taliban have not yet commented on these incidents. (ANI/Sputnik)