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75pc of mining sites controlled by militants and strongmen Sun Online Desk 12th May, 2021 08:14:59 KABUL (Pajhwok): A table of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP) shows that of 748 mining areas in different parts of Afghanistan, about 283 are controlled by the Taliban, 281 by government and the remaining by power full individuals. The ministry collected information on nationwide mining sites. A source in MoMP provided Pajhwok Afghan News the table based on that information. He said this information was collected between 2018 and 2020. The information contains the number of mineral areas, locations of mines, who control them and types of minerals. The table also identities the miners, but Pajhwok does not mention them for lack of clarity.

10 May 2021 - 08:27 KABUL (Pajhwok): A table of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP) shows that of 748 mining areas in different parts of Afghanistan, about 283 are controlled by the Taliban, 281 by government and the remaining by power full individuals. The ministry collected information on nationwide mining sites. A source in MoMP provided Pajhwok Afghan News the table based on that information. He said this information was collected between 2018 and 2020. The information contains the number of mineral areas, locations of mines, who control them and types of minerals. The table also identities the miners, but Pajhwok does not mention them for lack of clarity.

Over 30 dead as clash erupted in eastern Afghan province ANI | Updated: Apr 04, 2021 13:51 IST Asadabad [Afghanistan], April 4 (ANI): More than 30 people, including five army soldiers, were killed as a result of the clash that erupted in the Chapa Dara district of Afghanistan's eastern Kunar province on Saturday. A group of Taliban terrorists attacked security checkpoints in the restive district late Saturday night, triggering heavy fighting, and as a result, 28 terrorists and five soldiers have been killed, as said in an army statement, reported Xinhua. According to the statement, seven terrorists and three soldiers have sustained injuries in the fighting. The security forces backed by artillery and warplanes have been chasing the terrorists to stabilise peace and security there, the statement further added.

Afghan National Army Commandos stand in formation waiting to be greeted by Afghan Deputy Defense Minister Dr. Yasin Zia and Resolute Support Commander Gen. Scott Miller in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 3, 2020. Resolute Support is a NATO-led (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) mission to train, advise, and assist the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces and institutions. (Spc. Jeffery Harris) Explosive Justice? 30 Taliban killed in own IED explosion February 17, 2021

Five Policemen Killed in Kunar Explosion: Official Five police force members were killed in an explosion on their vehicle in Chapa Dara district in Kunar province on Friday night, a provincial council member Din Mohammad said. He said that Feroz, the commander of a reinforcement company of police, was also killed in the blast that happened in Chapa Dara district. This comes as a car bomb attack targeted a security forces outpost in Arghandab district in the southern province of Kandahar on Saturday morning, leaving seven police force members wounded, the provincial police chief Farid Mashal said. He said that a school and a number of nearby houses were damaged in the car bomb attack.

Four Afghan security members, including commander killed in Afghanistan blasts By Saturday Feb 13, 2021 KABUL: At least four Afghan security force members, including a commander, were killed and seven were critically injured in multiple attacks in eastern and southern provinces of Afghanistan on Saturday, officials said. No militant group immediately claimed responsibility for the three attacks, which come amid an upsurge in violence in Afghanistan as clashes intensify between government forces and Taliban insurgents. A string of near-daily roadside bombings in recent weeks has killed government officials, judges, journalists and activists. The bloodshed comes as US-brokered peace talks in Qatar between the Taliban and representatives of the Afghan government have staggered in recent months.

Five Afghan police personnel killed in explosion in Afghanistan's Kunar ANI | Updated: Feb 13, 2021 12:22 IST Kunar [Afghanistan], February 13 (ANI): As many as five Afghan police personnel were killed in an explosion in Afghanistan's Kunar province on Friday night. "Five police force members, including their commander, were killed in an explosion on their vehicle in Chapa Dara district in Kunar province on Friday night, a provincial council member Din Mohammad said," TOLO News tweeted. So far, no terrorist group has claimed the responsibility for the blast. This come in backdrop of continued violence despite the onging efforts for peace in the counrty.

At least four Afghan security force members, including a commander, have been killed and seven critically injured in blasts in eastern and southern provinces, officials say, adding that three civilians were injured in the east. No armed group immediately claimed responsibility for the three attacks, which come amid a surge in violence in Afghanistan as clashes intensify between government forces and Taliban fighters. A string of near-daily roadside bombings in recent weeks has killed government officials, judges, journalists and activists. The bloodshed comes as United States-brokered peace talks in Qatar between the Taliban and representatives of the Afghan government have staggered in recent months.

Several killed, injured in blasts and clashes across AfghanistanInternational 2021-02-13, by Editor Comments Off 0 At least four Afghan security force members, including a commander, have been killed and seven critically injured in blasts in eastern and southern provinces, officials say, adding that three civilians were injured in the east. No armed group immediately claimed responsibility for the three attacks, which come amid a surge in violence in Afghanistan as clashes intensify between government forces and Taliban fighters. A string of near-daily roadside bombings in recent weeks has killed government officials, judges, journalists and activists. The bloodshed comes as United States-brokered peace talks in Qatar between the Taliban and representatives of the Afghan government have staggered in recent months.

South: Intense fighting causes displacement and impacts humanitarian activities Fighting between Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and a non-state armed group (NSAG) continued with armed clashes, Improvised Explosive Device (IED) detonations and air strikes reported in Kandahar, Hilmand and Uruzgan provinces which impacted civilians and humanitarian activities. In Kandahar province, armed conflict was ongoing in Arghandab, Zheray and Panjwayi districts causing approximately 5,000 people to flee to Kandahar city. The main roads in Zheray and Panjwayi are closed due to the presence of IEDs. Ongoing clashes resulted in the suspension of humanitarian activities, including health and education services in Maywand and Zheray districts. Increased insecurity in Arghestan district may also interrupt humanitarian activities at the border.    

Afghanistan: Weekly Humanitarian Update (30 November – 6 December 2020) Format South: Intense fighting causes displacement and impacts humanitarian activities Fighting between Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and a non-state armed group (NSAG) continued with armed clashes, Improvised Explosive Device (IED) detonations and air strikes reported in Kandahar, Hilmand and Uruzgan provinces which impacted civilians and humanitarian activities. In Kandahar province, armed conflict was ongoing in Arghandab, Zheray and Panjwayi districts causing approximately 5,000 people to flee to Kandahar city. The main roads in Zheray and Panjwayi are closed due to the presence of IEDs. Ongoing clashes resulted in the suspension of humanitarian activities, including health and education services in Maywand and Zheray districts. Increased insecurity in Arghestan district may also interrupt humanitarian activities at the border.

IOM - Humanitarian Assistance Programme (HAP) Biweekly Report (15 April - 28 April 2020) Format Nimroz: As per the initial report obtained from ANDMA; 85 families were affected by flood in Khashroud and Charburjak districts on 30 March. A join team consisting of IOM, DACAAR, WFP, HAPA and ANDMA conducted assessment on 13 April and verified 40 families eligible for humanitarian assistance, IOM distributed NFIs and emergency shelter, WFP distributed food items and DACAAR distributed Hygiene kits. In separate incident on 17 April; 40 families were reportedly affected by flood in Chakhansour district. A Joint team consisting of IOM, WFP, HAPA, HRDA, DACAAR, ANDMA and District Rep conducted assessment on 23 April. 56 families were identified eligible for humanitarian assistance. IOM will distributed cash for NFIs and Emergency Shelter Kits while WFP will distribute food items and DACAAR will distribute hygiene kits the distribution is tentatively planned 02 May.

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