Dozens of Afghan Taleban 'killed'
NATO forces in Afghanistan in a major offensive today killed more than 30 Taliban fighters. Even Airplanes were pressed in to bomb the compound.
About 30 Taleban fighters have been killed in a joint Nato operation in the western province of Farah, Afghan military officials say.
The large operation was initially led by the Afghan National Army (ANA).
At a later stage, Nato warplanes were called in to bomb a compound said to house Taleban fighters.
Meanwhile, in the capital Kabul, three Afghan civilians were killed in a suicide car bomb attack aimed at a convoy of international troops.
Afghan forces and troops from the Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (Isaf) surrounded a compound where rebels had massed in Bala Buluk district in Farah, military officials said.