Taliban commander surrenders in Afghanistan
Kabul: A Taliban commander Mullah Abdul Salam has surrendered to the authorities in Afghanistan`s northwest Badghis province, a media report said Tuesday.
"Mullah Abdul Salam along with one of his comrades surrendered to the government and handed over two pieces of weapons," daily 8 Subh reported.
The newspaper quoted the police chief of the province Syed Ahmad Sami as saying that mediation of elders had played a significant role in convincing Mullah Salam to lay down arms.
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