At least 60 journalists killed in 2014: Report
Taliban Push Into Afghan Districts That U.S. Had Secured
Reported security incidents
#1: More than 130 militants have been killed and injured in the mountainous Dangam district of the eastern Kunar province over the past 24 hours as clash goes on in the area, an army spokesman in the province said Tuesday. He also confirmed that one Afghan soldier had been killed and four others injured since Monday.
#2: Two persons, both civilians were injured as a blast targeted a military vehicle in Kunduz city, the capital of Kunduz province, 250 km north of Kabul on Tuesday, spokesman for provincial government said.
#3: Three rockets were fired on Farah province this morning. Jawad Afghan Farah acting governor Spokesman said BNA, three rockets were fired on central regions of Farah province which caused financial damages but there were no human loses.
#4: An explosion rocks Kabul city at 4:00 am this morning in relevant areas of 10th precinct. Col. Najibullah Samsoor director of police chief in 10th precinct told BNA correspondent, the explosion took place in Qala-e-Fathullah region, but there were no casualties or damages for residents.
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
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