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Since this Friday, February 12, 2010, the NATO forces launched a great offensive in the South Afghanistan, under the code name “Moshtarak”, it is the greatest offensive operation carried out by the NATO troops since 2001, date of the Taliban overthrown. This operation saw the engagement of 15.000 Afghan and foreign soldiers, whose objective is to restore the authority of the government in the province of Helmand, one of the principal strongholds of the insurrectionists, and also a region of opium, which makes it possible to provide important incomes to the Taliban. At the second day of the offensive, the military officials of the troops of the coalition are very satisfied with the course of operation. According to the Afghan military forces, at least 20 Taliban’s would have been killed in the offensive. Five soldiers of NATO were killed, including three American and British soldiers. During the first hours of the attack, the troops underwent shootings of sniper, and American military troops used their new vehicle of mine clearance ABV (Assault Breacher Vehicle) to explode many explosive devices.Since this Friday, February 12, 2010, the NATO forces launched a great offensive in the South Afghanistan, under the code name “Moshtarak”, it is the greatest offensive operation carried out by the NATO troops since 2001, date of the Taliban overthrown.

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