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Key Taliban compound stormed in Uruzgan province: Special Ops Corps | Khaama News Press Agency

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The Afghan Special Forces stormed a key Taliban compound in Uruzgan province of Afghanistan, the Special Operations Corps said Sunday.

According to a statement released by Special Operations Corps, the Special Forces stormed the Taliban compound in Dehrawood district on Saturday night.

The statement further added that the Special Forces killed 4 Taliban militants during the operation.

Furthermore, the Special Operations Corps said the Special Forces destroyed the Taliban compound and all its facilities during the raid.

The Taliban group has not commented regarding the operation so far.

Source: Key Taliban compound stormed in Uruzgan province: Special Ops Corps | Khaama News Press Agency

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