Ten killed in separate incidents
06 November, 2012
KABUL: Ten people were killed and three others injured in separate incidents of violence in different parts of the country during the past 24 hours, officials said on Monday.
In central Maidan Wardak, a rebel leader was killed along with five associates in an airstrike by foreign troops in Chak district on Sunday night, the governor's spokesman said.
Shahidullah Shahid, speaking to Pajhwok Afghan News, identified the slain commander as Mullah Ihsan. He was the Taliban commander for Daimirdad district.
Elsewhere in the province, two workers of the attorney office and telecommunication department were shot injured by gunmen in the Deh Muslim village of Nirkh district.
In southern Ghazni province, two insurgent commanders and as many Pakistani rebels were killed during infighting in Ander district, Intelligence Director Amir Shah Sadat said.
One teacher was killed and another injured when unidentified gunmen opened fire on a vehicle in the Surkhrod district of eastern Nangarhar province on Sunday night, said the education department spokesman, Asif Shinwari.