Operation Tor Shezada

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Operation Tor Shezada
Part of the War in Afghanistan (2001–present)
Date July 30, 2010 – 2014
Location Sayedebad, Helmand Province in Afghanistan
Status Coalition victory
Belligerents

 Afghanistan

 United Kingdom
Afghanistan Taliban insurgents

Operation Tor Shezada, also known as Operation Black Prince, is joint operation between Afghanistan and the United Kingdom in Helmand Province in Afghanistan.

The operation was planned and is being executed by the International Security Assistance Force forces and Afghan army whose mission is to clear insurgents from Sayedebad to the south of Nad-e Ali in Helmand province, in parallel to similar operations by the U.S. Marine Corps in Northern Marjah.[1]

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