HERAT - Afghan and Nato-led forces killed 32 Taliban in two separate clashes in Afghanistan, officials said on Thursday. At least 25 fighters died in a 10-hour clash in western Badghis province on Wednesday during a joint operation by Nato's International Security Assistance Force (Isaf), the Afghan army and police, police said. "At least 25 Taliban were killed and many were wounded in several hours of fighting after the Taliban attacked our troops," provincial police chief Mohammad Ayob Niazyar told AFP. He said the clash started on Wednesday afternoon in Muqur district and lasted till midnight. No Nato or Afghan forces were wounded, he added.The clean-up operation was conducted by the Afghan army and police force supported by Spanish ISAF troops, Niazyar said. There was no immediate comment from Isaf. Separately seven Taliban were killed in eastern Paktika province in a clash with Afghan army special forces, Ghamai Khan Mohammad Yar, the spokesman for the provincial governor, told AFP. The fighters attacked an army convoy in Sar Hawza district which sparked a clash. There were no casualties to the Afghan forces, Yar said. "Seven Taliban were killed and their bodies were left on the battlefield," he said.