Afghanistan: 30 policemen killed in Taliban attacks in Farah

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At least thirty policemen have lost their lives during the attacks carried out by the Taliban militants in western Farah province of Afghanistan.
 
According to Khaama News, the attacks were carried out in Khak Safid district of Farah province late on Wednesday night.
 
The provincial government and security officials have not formally commented regarding the deaths of the policemen so far.
 
But a member of the provincial council Dadullah Qani said at least thirty members of the Afghan Local Police (ALP) forces were martyred in the attacks in Khak Safid district.
 
Farah was among the relatively calmer provinces in West of Afghanistan but the security situation of the province has deteriorated during the recent years.
 
The Taliban militants are active in some of the districts of Farah province and often carry out terrorist related activities against the government and security institutions.

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