Kabul: The Special Forces of the National Directorate of Security stormed a hideout of ISIS terrorist group in Afghanistan's Kabul city and left three people wounded, media reports said on Friday.
The National Directorate of Security said in a statement that the NDS special Forces conducted the raid in the 17th district of the city after receiving information from 3 dangerous members of the group, whom the NDS forces arrested a day earlier, Khaama Press reported.
The statement further added that the NDS Special Forces killed Mohammad Haneef, one of the planners and organizers of the terror group and a Pakistani suicide bomber, reported the news agency.
A Pakistani woman, who was reportedly living in the compound, was also hurt in the incident.
She has been taken to a hospital for treatment.
Three Ak-47 assault rifles, 26 magazines of Ak-47 rifles, a shot gun, 7 hand grenades and 3 military uniforms were confiscated from the spot.
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