Kabul: A Taliban commander and his comrades have been killed during an airstrike in Afghanistan's northern Kunduz province, media reports said on Saturday.
The 217th Pamir Corps said in a statement that the security forces conducted the airstrike in Chawk-e Khanabad on Friday, reported Khaama Press.
The statement further added that the airstrike killed Taliban commander Sher Lala and his five comrades, the news agency reported.
More details are awaited.
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