Taliban insurgents kill primary court chief in targeted attacks W. Afghanistan

(MENAFN) According to an announcement released Tuesday by an Afghan spokesman, Afghanistan's western province of Herat saw the slaughter of a primary court judge by a group of Taliban insurgents.

Citing to the official, Jailani Farhad, the carnage of the Abdul Rahim Azimi took place when he was shot dead in Injil district, Shaidaye area, by a crowd of Taliban militants on the wee hours of Monday night.

The recent Monday's shootout, in which Azimi, the previous chief of Injil district's primary court was killed, was the last of a series of planned attacks carried out by Taliban.

The country reported another missile that targeted the southern Kandahar province this weekend, killing two policemen in Dand district.



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