21 insurgents, 4 policemen killed in Afghanistan clashes

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As many as 70 persons have disappeared from their village as kidnappers strike the area to unleash complete horror on them

The control of the district center of Taywara in northeastern Ghor province of Afghanistan also fell to the hands of Taliban after heavy gun battle.

In Faryab's Lawlash district two police officers were killed late on Saturday when Taliban used the cover of darkness to attack and set fire to the police headquarters buildings, Abdul Karim Yourish, the provincial police chief spokesman, said.

"A member of parliament fought back in that district until it collapsed, the forces also resisted and sustained casualties", said CEO Abdullah Abdullah.

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The major axes of the Afghanistan have become particularly hazardous because of the dams on the spot prepared by the taliban and other armed groups in order to intercept the vehicle and verify the identity of passengers who may be killed if they belong to the afghan security forces, at the end of a sorting summary.

The security forces are fighting with insurgents in Ghormatch, Qaisar, Almar, Belcheragh, Khwaja Sabzposh, Dawlat Abad Sherin Tagab and Kohistan districts of the province. It's believed all the dead are military or police personnel, he said. In the statement, the US offered its condolences to the families of the security forces who were killed. It wasn't immediately clear if they had been kidnapped or had escaped.

"They have released 30, but always keep at least 30 hostages", added the general, stating that it is "civilian pashtuns", the community of which generally belong to the taliban. The area in which the fighting occurred is tucked inside a mountainous region where access is restricted and telephone contact is unsteady.

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Security forces were engaged in fierce gunfights in two districts, but Taliban fighters managed to register their victory because of the poor war leadership is being cited as the reason.

The Taliban-led insurgency has been on the rampage since late April when the Taliban launched its annual rebel offensive and intensified attacks across the country.

Security situation has been improving in Kandahar, the former stronghold of Taliban, over the past months as security forces have conducted search and cordon operations across the province, 450 km away from Kabul.

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