In Afghanistan, a roadside bomb blast has killed eleven people including women and children in eastern Logar province today.
"The bomb struck their Toyota sedan when they were going for an engagement ceremony", said Logar Governor Mohammad Halim Fidai.
The forces also seized weapons and defused several roadside bombs planted by militants during the raids launched in 17 of the country's 34 provinces, the statement said.
Two Taliban commanders were among those killed by Afghan forces.
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Elsewhere in Parwan province, another roadside bomb targeted a USA militarily convoy.
In Nangarhar province, in a so-called green-on-blue insider attack, a policeman turned his rifle on his sleeping colleagues at an outpost during the night, killing five of them in the district of Ghanikhil. The blast disabled an armored vehicle but caused no injuries.
Afghanistan has the highest number of mine victims in the world, which along with roadside bombs kill or wound an estimated 140 people every month.
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Earlier, a Policeman shot dead five of his colleagues in eastern Nangarhar province last night.
He added that after the shootings, the attacker, whose name was only given as Nasratullah, collected his victims' firearms and fled the scene.
The Taliban have not claimed the responsibility, but the provincial government has blamed the militant group for the attack.
Last year, at least 3,498 civilians were killed and 7,920 were wounded, a combined increase of 3 percent over 2015, according to a United Nations report released in February.
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