Afghan, NATO forces brace for spring offensive
Afghanistan – Ten loud bangs that rocked Kandahar one day last week actually signal good news on the front line of the war next to the Taliban.

The explosions one each 30 minutes from 10 a.m. awaiting 2:30 p.m. Were from Afghan and grouping forces blowing up more than 6,000 pounds of Taliban AK-47s, bomb-making tackle, homemade concerned and rocket-propelled grenades.

Finding and tear down the insurgents' weapons in Kandahar prefecture, the family home of President Hamid Karzai and the origin of the Taliban, is just one way Afghan and coalition forces are tiresome to make it hard for the militants to launch a burly unpleasant in the spring.

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