An Afghan girl who shot and killed two Taliban fighters after they reportedly killed her parents in Taywara district of central Ghor province has been relocated to the provincial capital, Feroz Koh, for her safety, according to Afghan officials. Qamar Gul, 15, said the incident occurred last week when a group of Taliban militants stormed her house and executed her parents for allegedly supporting the Afghan government. Fighting back against the Taliban, the young Gul grabbed her father's AK rifle and killed two of the Taliban fighters and injured another. Sorry, but your browser cannot support embedded video of this type, you can download this video to view it offline. A VOA correspondent who attended the news conference said that Afghan officials moved Gul and her brother from their home village of Geriveh to Feroz Koh, the capital of the province, to protect them from a possible Taliban retaliation.
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Kabul CNN A teenage girl and her younger brother killed two Taliban militants who murdered their parents in Ghor province, Afghanistan. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Qhamar Gul fought back against the attackers with an AK assault rifle.
Afghan teenage girl and her younger brother kill Taliban militants who murdered their parents
Teenager Qamar Gul and her younger brother fought a battle with an insurgent group who stormed their village. An Afghan girl shot dead three Taliban fighters after they killed her parents because they supported the government, local officials have said. The incident happened last week when a group of 40 insurgents stormed the village of Geriveh, in central Ghor province, where year-old Qamar Gul was living with her parents and brother.
A teenage Afghan girl has shot dead two Taliban fighters and wounded several more after they dragged her parents from their home and killed them for supporting the government. The incident happened last week when insurgents stormed the home of Qamar Gul, a teenager from a village in the central province of Ghor. Gul has since become an online sensation after a photograph of her holding a machine-gun in her lap went viral across social media. The Taliban fighters were looking for her father, the village chief, local police head Habiburahman Malekzada told AFP. Mr Malekzada said that the girl's father was a supporter of the government, which is why the family were targeted by the Taliban.