KABUL, Afghanistan – An Afghan-international security force captured a Haqqani network facilitator and several other suspected insurgents in Khost province last night.
The combined security force moved to a compound east of Langharah, Tanai district, after intelligence information verified militant activity. During a search of the buildings the assault force captured the Haqqani facilitator who is involved in the movement of foreign fighters and improvised explosive devices from Pakistan. He is well-connected to senior level Haqqani commanders in Khost and Paktiya and his efforts led to suicide bombings against civilians in Khost.
A number of individuals suspected of insurgent activities were detained by an Afghan-international security force in Farah province last night.
The combined force detained the individuals while searching a series of buildings in a rural area of the Bala Boluk district after intelligence information discovered militant activity.
The search team found multiple rifles, ammunition casings and approximately 70 kilograms of wet opium.
Another Afghan-international security force detained an individual suspected of insurgent activity in Farah province last night.
The suspected insurgent was detained while the combined force was searching buildings in the village of Gor Zanak, Gulistan district, after intelligence information confirmed insurgent activity.
No shots were fired and no one was harmed in any of these operations.
|Date Posted:||06.05.2010 07:56|
This work, IJC Operational Update, June 5, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.