Biden doubles down on continued Afghan support

AT News KABUL: The US President Joe Biden reaffirmed sustained American support for Afghan security forces after the withdrawal of foreign forces from the country. In a phone call with President Biden reiterated that support for the Afghan defense and security forces will continue unabated. A statement issued by his …

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Government to impose curfew in 31 provinces

AT News KABUL: The interior ministry says they plan to impose night curfew in 31 of 34 provinces, aiming to prevent Taliban’s activities. Ahmad Zia Zia, deputy spokesman of the interior ministry, said Saturday that the restriction would be implemented from today (July 25). However, he said that Kabul, Nangarhar …

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262 Taliban killed in fresh raids

AT News KABUL: At least 262 Taliban militants were killed and 176 others wounded during crackdowns carried out by the Afghan security forces in different provinces in the past 24 hours. Afghan security forces succeeded to kill 262 Taliban militants during clashes and counters attacks in Laghman, Nangarhar, Nuristan, Kunar, …

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262 Taliban killed in fresh raids

AT News KABUL: At least 262 Taliban militants were killed and 176 others wounded during crackdowns carried out by the Afghan security forces in different provinces in the past 24 hours. Afghan security forces succeeded to kill 262 Taliban militants during clashes and counters attacks in Laghman, Nangarhar, Nuristan, Kunar, …

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Taliban’s attacks on important dam foiled in Herat

AT News KABUL: Officials in the western province of Herat say that security forces have prevented Taliban’s attacks on the Salma hydroelectric and irrigation dam. The dam was built by India and recently put in utilization. Jilani Farhad, provincial spokesman, said Saturday that security forces stationed in the area were …

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Afghanistan: Threats of Taliban Atrocities in Kandahar

Insurgent Forces Hold Hundreds; Executions of Residents Linked to Government Taliban forces that have taken control of districts in Afghanistan’s southern Kandahar province have detained hundreds of residents whom they accuse of association with the government, Human Rights Watch said today. The Taliban have reportedly killed some detainees, including relatives …

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