US plagued by doubts as it exits Afghan war
Reported security incidents
#1: Afghanistan's Nato-led foreign force mistakenly killed three civilians in an air strike, Afghan officials said on Saturday.
#2: Four people were killed and two others wounded after a roadside bomb hit a vehicle in the southern Kandahar province Friday night, a local official said on Saturday. "A mine planted by militants struck a car in Dand district Friday evening, leaving four persons including three security personnel and a civilian, dead," spokesman for Kandahar provincial government Samim Khapalwak told reporters. Two other civilians sustained injuries in the blast, he added.
#3: Pakistani warplanes and ground forces killed 39 militants as part of a continuing operation in a volatile tribal region near the Afghan border, the Pakistani military said. The airstrikes were carried out Friday evening in the Datta Khel area of the North Waziristan tribal region, an army statement said Saturday
#4: One suicide bomber was killed while another blew himself up during a security forces’ operation in Pakistan’s Balochistan province Saturday morning.
#5: In a joint operation conducted by Afghan security forces 6 insurgents were killed in Kapisa province yesterday.
Saturday, December 27, 2014
Posted by whisker at 3:40 AM