Terrorism

Islamic State in ‘Khorasan province’ commander killed in southern Afghanistan

“The Afghan National Army (ANA) 215th Corps claimed that its forces killed 10 insurgents in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province during an operation on Sunday. Among the dead was an Islamic State commander named Hafiz Wahidi, the alleged replacement for Mullah Abdul Rauf Khadim, the jihadist group’s former deputy governor for ‘Khorasan province.’ Khadim was killed on Feb. 9 in a US airstrike.”

Source: Islamic State in ‘Khorasan province’ commander killed in southern Afghanistan | The Long War Journal

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