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BAGRAM, Afghanistan - Afghan National Security and coalition forces killed 11 enemies of Afghanistan and found and safely cleared eight improvised explosive devices during operations in eastern Afghanistan throughout the past 24 hours, June 20.

Ghazni province
Afghan National Security Forces found and safely cleared two IEDs during operations in the Gelan district.

Khowst province
Afghan National Security Forces found and safely cleared one IED during operations in the Bak district.

Nangarhar province
Afghan National Security and coalition forces killed 10 enemies of Afghanistan during operations in the Achin district.

Afghan National Security Forces found and safely cleared one IED during operations in the Chaparhar District.

Nuristan Province
Afghan National Security and coalition forces killed one enemy of Afghanistan during operations in the Kamdesh district.

Paktika province
Afghan National Security Forces found and safely cleared two IEDs during operations in the Sar Hawza district.

Wardak province
Coalition Forces found and safely cleared two IEDs during operations in the Sayed Abad district.


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Date Taken:06.21.2013

Date Posted:06.21.2013 00:14

Location:BAGRAM, AFGlobe

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