Latest News: A nightmare grows in Afghanistan … The Taliban have taken control of another city!

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According to news from the region yesterday, Afghan government forces have lost control of 5 northern towns, including Kunduz and Sar-i Pul, against the Taliban. According to the latest AFP news, the town of Farah in Afghanistan was also under the control of Taliban forces. Thus, the Taliban took control of 6 major cities of the country. There are fears that the advance of the Taliban in the north of the country will continue.

United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet also called on states to take action to prevent dire consequences for the Afghan people, warning that reports of violations that could constitute war crimes and crimes against humanity continue to emerge in the country. On the other hand, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has announced that hundreds of thousands of civilians are at risk as the Taliban advance in Afghanistan continues.

In the past 24 hours, clashes have erupted between security forces and Taliban militants in 12 provinces of Afghanistan.

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The Afghan Ministry of Defense announced that in the past 24 hours, clashes had taken place between Taliban militants and security forces in 12 provinces of the country.

In the statement, it was stated that 361 militants were killed in the clashes and 145 militants were injured.

In the statement, it is stated that many weapons and ammunition belonging to the Taliban were destroyed during the operations carried out during this period.

The Taliban have yet to comment on the matter.

MORE THAN THOUSAND PEOPLE HAVE BEEN INJURED IN THE LAST 10 DAYS

In the statement made by the International Committee of the Red Cross in Afghanistan, it was stated that 4 thousand 42 people were injured in the last 10 days due to conflicts and attacks.

In the statement, it was stated that the injured were being treated in 15 health centers, and it was pointed out that hundreds of thousands of people were at risk in Kunduz, Helmand, Kandahar and other conflicting provinces.

Latest news: Afghanistan's nightmare grows ... Taliban have captured another city

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In the statement, it was expressed that he was concerned about the increase in the number of civilian casualties due to the recent increase in violence.

According to the statement from the International Committee of the Red Cross, electricity and water networks have been cut in many cities due to the conflicts.

In contrast, clashes continue between Taliban militants and security forces in Farah, Kapisa, Belh and Baglan provinces.

THE DIRECTION OF THE TALIBAN TO THE NORTHERN PROVINCES

After the decision of the United States to withdraw its military forces from Afghanistan, the Taliban, whose attacks have reached their climax, seize one after another the centers of the northern provinces which ensure the country’s link with the Central Asia.

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According to the Doha agreement signed between the United States and the Taliban, the Taliban have declared that they will not attack the provincial centers before the latest NATO withdrawal date of September 11, 2021, and will are turned to provincial centers, citing the US Air Force. strikes.

In the past 4 days, the Taliban have captured a total of 6 provincial centers from Afghan government forces, one in the southwest of the country and the other five in the north and northeast.

Latest news: Afghanistan's nightmare grows ... Taliban have captured another city

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The Afghan government still controls 28 of the 34 provincial centers.

One of the first acts of the Taliban in areas under their control is to release all prisoners in the prisons.

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