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Dozens killed and injured in clashes between Taliban terrorists and Afghan forces in Kunduz


The health authorities in Afghanistan announced that at least 11 people were killed and 39 others wounded, as a result of the ongoing clashes between the Taliban terrorist movement and government forces in Kunduz province, in the north of the country.
The head of the Directorate of Public Health in Kunduz, Ehsanullah Fazli, said that at least 11 people were killed, while 39 others were injured, as a result of the clashes taking place in the province.
Fadli added that the clashes began in the city on Friday, according to what was reported by the local Tolo News channel.
These clashes come in the northern border state with Tajikistan, after the Taliban took control of the Sherhan crossing on June 22.
Since last May, the level of violence in Afghanistan has escalated, with the Taliban’s terrorist influence expanding, coinciding with the start of the final stage of the withdrawal of US forces, which is scheduled to be completed by August 31.

Dozens killed and injured in clashes between Taliban terrorists and Afghan forces in Kunduz


The health authorities in Afghanistan announced that at least 11 people were killed and 39 others wounded, as a result of the ongoing clashes between the Taliban terrorist movement and government forces in Kunduz province, in the north of the country.
The head of the Directorate of Public Health in Kunduz, Ehsanullah Fazli, said that at least 11 people were killed, while 39 others were injured, as a result of the clashes taking place in the province.
Fadli added that the clashes began in the city on Friday, according to what was reported by the local Tolo News channel.
These clashes come in the northern border state with Tajikistan, after the Taliban took control of the Sherhan crossing on June 22.
Since last May, the level of violence in Afghanistan has escalated, with the Taliban’s terrorist influence expanding, coinciding with the start of the final stage of the withdrawal of US forces, which is scheduled to be completed by August 31.

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