Nato forces kill top taliban commander

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Haiti: U.S. aircraft targeted the chief operating officer of a militant group in a new military raid

The U.S. conducted an airstrike in eastern Afghanistan against «an alleged Taliban commander» on Saturday night, according to multiple media reports.

The U.S. military said it had carried out a new military strike, but woul카지노 사이트d not offer further details on who was killed, the Associated Press reported.

According to the reports, a U.S. military official said the strikes had killed the chief of operations for Al Shabab, the country’s most infamous militant group.

«The U.S. conducted a targeted air strike against an alleged Taliban commander in Bagram province,» the official said.

Shabab was born in 1990 and first emerged as a terrorist group in eastern Somalia in 1994, the AP reported. At its height, it killed more than 20,000 civilians in a campaign of terrorism in the central African nation of Somalia.

«We know that Al Shabab is engaged in massive attacks against the security forces, the public and civilians everywhere,» Al Shabab spokesman Al-Shabaab said in a statement on its Twitter account, according to the AP. «We denounce them and call upon them to halt.»

Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist groups are active in Somalia, according to the United Nations. Somalia has been wracked by violence ever since U.N. peacekeepers in the country left in 201바카라사이트1 to wage a 13-year war with al Shabab.

The U.S. has launched dozens of drone strikes in support of the Somali troops, who have been fighting the Islamic extremist group for decades. The U.S. has also launched a covert CIA program in Somalia to train a Somali militia to fight Al Shabab and other militant groups.

Al Shabab has carried out dozens of attacks on neighboring Kenya and Uganda in an effort to break the back of President Barack Obama’s African Growth and Opportunity Partnership.