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Afghan forces freed 62 army prisoners, breaking a Taliban prison in Badghis | Khaama Press

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According to the Ministry of Defence, Afghan commandos broke into a Taliban prison during an operation in the Bala Murghab district and freed at least 62 prisoners. The prisoners were Afghan Security Forces and included 55 National Army members, 2 border forces, 4 commando soldiers and 1 policeman. In the statement, it said, “5 Taliban militants were detained and many others were injured as a result of the operation.” The security forces members will rejoin the army and continue to fight the insurgency and enemies.

Source: https://www.khaama.com/afghan-forces-freed-62-army-prisoners

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