Since the start of this week, the Taliban has been engaged in heavy clashes in Khas Uruzgan district of the southern Uruzgan province. Taliban started with attacks on the security posts on the main road that leads to the district and then extended the fighting in to the district centre, reports Paiwandgah Citizen Journalist Nimatullah […]

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An explosion took place in Kabul near the airport early Sunday morning. Several reports and eyewitness accounts on social media suggested that the incident occurred around 9:05 am. Mohammad Jawad writes on his Twitter account that this incident took place near Kabul airport and claimed lives of 3 people and wounded 20 including women and children.   […]

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An explosion in Kandahar city early Tuesday morning injured two police officers and a civilian.

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Citizen Journalist Ahmad (named changed due to security concerns) reports that the Taliban militants in Kunduz are moving their injured members to Archi district

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Paiwandgah Citizen Journalist Sadiq Rishtinai reports that suicide bomb explosion targeted a police check point in Kandahar on Thursday.

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Paiwandgah Citizen Journalist Ahmad (name changed on request due to security concerns) reports that the clashes in Imam Sahib district have slowed down. He informed that Taliban fighters have setup frontline about 2 km away from the district bazar. They sometimes clash with the Afghan National Security Forces, he informed Ahmad said that the Taliban […]

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Citizen Journalist Abdul Mansoor Aqtash from Kunduz reported that Afghan security forces have been successful in re-taking control of Gultapa from Taliban. He informs that the Afghan National Army are still based in the area, and, there have been no reports of gunfiring or explosion in the center. However, he informs that other districts like […]

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Paiwandgah Citizen Journalist Mirajudin Miraj reports that the two bomb explosions rocked the capital city early this morning at around 8:30. More details of the incident are awaited. No one has taken the responsibility so far. (6)

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