Afghanistan: Islamic State kills nearly 30 civilians abducted from remote province

The killings followed an attack by militants near Feroz Koh on Tuesday.

By: Reuters | Herat | Published:October 26, 2016 12:37 pm
Afghanistan civilians abducted, Islamic State kills civilians, ISIS Afghanistan, Islamic State, Afghanistan news, world news, latest news, indian express Suspected Islamic State fighters killed dozens of civilians in the remote Afghan province of Ghor in revenge for the death of one of their commanders. (File Photo)

Suspected Islamic State fighters killed dozens of civilians in the remote Afghan province of Ghor in revenge for the death of one of their commanders, a provincial official said on Wednesday. “Afghan police killed a Daesh commander in Ghor province during an operation yesterday but Daesh fighters abducted some 30 civilians from near the provincial capital and shot them all dead in revenge,” said Abdul Hai Khatibi, a spokesman for the governor, using a name commonly given to Islamic State.

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The killings followed an attack by militants near Feroz Koh, the provincial capital, on Tuesday.

Ghor, in central-western Afghanistan, has not been known as a major centre for Islamic State, which has been concentrated in the eastern state of Nangarhar.

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    mathimathi
    Oct 26, 2016 at 12:39 pm
    Afghanistan will be falling in to an Afghan talibans cruel regime at once US troops withdraw from there, which Can create more troubles in South Asia?
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