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ANDSF Continues Clearance Operations in 3 Balkh Districts The Afghan National Security and Defense Forces (ANDSF) are continuing clearance operations in Balkh, Chaharbolak and Shokgara districts in Balkh province, which are intended to push back the Taliban. The Balkh police department meanwhile said that at least 12 villages were cleared of the Taliban in the operation. Adel Shah Adel, a spokesman for Balkh police, said the Taliban sustained heavy casualties in the operations. He said one security force member was killed and one more was wounded. “Over 18 members of the opponents (Taliban) were killed and wounded and 42 others associated with the group were arrested,” said Adel Shah Adel, a spokesman for the Balkh police.
KABUL: A suicide car bombing killed at least three civilians in western Afghanistan on Tuesday, officials said, and at least 10 security troops were killed in the country’s north. Tariq Arian, spokesman for the Interior Ministry, said the suicide car bomber detonated a vehicle full of explosives inside Farah city, the capital of Farah province, killing three civilians, including a child. Afghanistan has seen a nationwide increase in bombings, targeted killings and violence on the battlefield as peace negotiations in Qatar between the Taliban and the Afghan government have stalled. The target of the Farah attack was the police station in the city’s first district, but the majority of the casualties were civilians, said Arian.
10 ANA Members Killed in Taliban Attack in Balkh At least 10 members of Afghan National Army (ANA) were killed and three more were wounded in a Taliban attack in the northern province of Balkh on Monday night, local sources said on Tuesday. The attack took place on an outpost in Sar Asyab village of the Chimtal district of Balkh province, the sources said, adding that “five other security force members were taken hostage by the Taliban.” Local officials have not commented on the attack. Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Car bomb kills 3 in Afghanistan, 10 troops killed in north By RAHIM FAIEZApril 13, 2021 GMT KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A suicide car bombing killed at least three civilians in western Afghanistan on Tuesday, officials said, and at least 10 security troops were killed in the country’s north. Tariq Arian, spokesman for the Interior Ministry, said the suicide car bomber detonated a vehicle full of explosives inside Farah city, the capital of Farah province, killing three civilians, including a child. Afghanistan has seen a nationwide increase in bombings, targeted killings and violence on the battlefield as peace negotiations in Qatar between the Taliban and the Afghan government have stalled.
23 ANDSF Killed in Taliban Attacks, Security Incidents At least 23 members of the Afghan security forces have been killed and dozens more were wounded in multiple Taliban attacks on the first day of Ramadan. The attacks were carried out in Balkh, Badakhshan, Logar, Baghlan and Takhar provinces. Ten soldiers were killed in Balkh, three in Logar, six in Baghlan, one in Takhar and three in Badakhshan. Religious scholars said that the continuation of war in Afghanistan, particularly during Ramadan, is against Islamic principles. Meanwhile, President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, the head of the High Council of National Reconciliation (HCNR), in separate messages for Ramandan called on the Taliban to stop war and agree to a ceasefire.
2021-03-07 12:35:28 GMT2021-03-07 20:35:28(Beijing Time) Xinhua English KABUL, March 7 (Xinhua) -- At least 32 militants have been killed and 23 others wounded during clashes and airstrikes within the past 24 hours amid the escalation of violence across the country, the Afghan authorities said on Sunday. In southern Kandahar province, 13 Taliban militants were killed and seven others wounded during military operations conducted by Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) in Arghandab, Panjwai, and Zerai districts, the Afghan Defense Ministry said. The Afghan Air Force (AAF) supported the ground forces during the operations. The ANDSF forces also destroyed a vehicle carrying a heavy machine gun, and a number of weapons and ammunition, the ministry said in a statement.
NDS Prosecutor, One More Killed in Helmand Blast: Official Two people, including Sayed Mahmood Sadat, in charge of NDS prosecutors’ office in Helmand, were killed in an explosion near the provincial police headquarters in the city of Lashkargah on Saturday morning, officials said. Helmand governor Abdul Nabi Ilham said that one of the prosecutor's security guards was also killed in the blast. The governor said that eight people, including a woman, were wounded in the blast. So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. “The explosion occurred and several more were wounded. I was on the way to the hospital and was wounded here,” said an eyewitness Mohammad.
8 Security Force Members Killed in Balkh Clashes: Police Eight security force members were killed and six more were wounded in an attack by the Taliban in Nahr-e-Shahi district in Balkh province on Saturday night, the provincial police said. The police said that five Taliban were also killed and seven more were wounded in the fighting. “The Taliban launched a big attack. Last night, the cloudy weather affected our air support. This caused the casualties,” Balkh police spokesman Adil Shah Adil said. Some relatives of the soldiers claimed that the casualty rate is higher than that stated by local officials. “The base was under siege. They did not have weapons. They fought with one Kalashnikov rifle until all were martyred. Even rockets. The police chief knows this,” said the brother of Adam Khan, an army officer who was killed in the attack.
Chahar Bolak: Homes, Crops Destroyed by Fighting in Balkh Residents of Chahar Bolak district, in the northern province of Balkh, on Tuesday called on the warring sides to end the war, saying dozens of families in the area have fled their homes as clashes between the government forces and the Taliban rages on. They said that homes were destroyed during recent waves of clashes between the two sides and that farmers in the area are not able to work in their fields. Meanwhile, some residents of Chahar Bolak gathered in front of the provincial council in Mazar-e-Sharif city to protest against the conditions in their area.
According to Advertisement Sen. Martha McSally most wants to know how classified information leaked that reportedly points to Russia covertly offering bounties for the deaths of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, not what President Donald Trump knew of the alleged program. McSally avoided criticizing Trump on Tuesday, unlike some members of Congress who were troubled by reports that the president didn’t take action against the Kremlin after he was presented with the view that Russia was behind bounty payments to Taliban-linked militants for U.S. troops. McSally, who read classified documents related to the allegations Tuesday morning, had harsh words for the leaking of the intelligence information and the politicization of it.
AIHRC Spotlights Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan's North The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) on Wednesday expressed deep concerns over reports of an increase in the number of civilian casualties in the northern parts of the country amid the recent intense fighting between the Afghan security forces and the Taliban. Sayed Mohammad Saame, head of the regional office of AIHRC said that over 107 Afghan civilians were killed and wounded since January as a result of fighting between Afghan forces and Taliban in four northern provinces of the country. “We registered 107 civilian casualties since of the current year. Of that figure, 41 people were killed and 66 more got injuries. The children and women are also among those killed and wounded,” said Saame.
'17 Villages Cleared of Taliban' in Balkh: Police Police in the northern province of Balkh on Wednesday said that Afghan forces undertook an anti-Taliban operation--named Shaheen-611--in four districts over the past two weeks, and stated that Afghan forces have cleared 17 villages of Taliban in Balkh’s Sholgara district. "5 government troops and 12 Taliban fighters" have been killed in the operation, said Adil Shah Adil, a spokesman for Balkh police. He said that 7 security force members and 5 Taliban fighters were wounded in the attack. Dalan is one of the villages in Sholgara which saw some of the fiercest battles, according to police.
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