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Daesh Commander, 152 Militants Surrender to Military in Afghanistan - Reports

© AFP 2022 / NOORULLAH SHIRZADAAn Afghan soldier points his gun at Daesh militants group banner as he patrols during ongoing clashes in Kot District in eastern Nangarhar province
An Afghan soldier points his gun at Daesh militants group banner as he patrols during ongoing clashes in Kot District in eastern Nangarhar province - Sputnik International
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A senior commander of the Afghan branch of the Daesh terrorist organization and 152 fighters have surrendered to the country's military in northern Afghanistan, Khaama Press News Agency reported on Wednesday.

According to the Khaama Press News Agency, who cited a statement by the Afghan forces, the terrorists, including senior commander Mawlavi Habib Ur Rehman, surrendered in the northern Afghan province of Jawzjan on Tuesday night handing over their weapons and part of their military gear.

The news agency added that the Jawzjan province had been considered rather calm in terms of the terrorist activities, however, the situation worsened in the last few years with Daesh fighters operating in some areas of the province.

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Earlier in June, President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani announced a temporary unilateral ceasefire with the Taliban for the period between June 11 and June 19 in order to to mark the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, and the movement later joined the truce. However, other radical groups, including Daesh, continued their operations in the country.

The Afghan forces conducted several major US-backed operations against members of the Daesh branch in 2017 while also facing other extremist groups operating in the country and continuing to fight the Taliban insurgency since 2002.

Daesh, also known as IS/ISIS/ISIL, is a terrorist organization, banned in Russia.

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