As U.S. And Coalition Forces Start To Leave Afghanistan, The Taliban Have Escalated Their Military Operations

 

Tolo News: Over 60 Taliban, 30 Soldiers Killed in Past Day’s Violent Surge 

The Ministry of Defense says 62 Taliban were killed and 58 more were wounded in clashes in the last 24 hours. 

The country’s western area witnessed deadly attacks over the last 24 hours with over 20 army soldiers killed and many civilians wounded, according to local officials. According to officials and sources, 20 soldiers were killed in Farah, 4 in Baghlan, 8 in Badakhshan and 5 in Herat in the last 24 hours. 

Sources from Farah said that at least 20 members of the Afghan National Army were killed in a Taliban attack on an outpost in Bala Boluk district in Farah on Sunday night.  

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More News On the Afghanistan War  

Taliban Declares Open Season On Americans As Weekend Fighting Erupts, Scores Dead & Wounded — Zero Hedge  

Taliban, Afghan forces clash as US hands over base — France 24  

Taliban Mounts 141 Attacks in 24 Hours: Sources — TOLO News  

More Than 100 Militants Reportedly Killed In Fighting Between Taliban, Afghan Forces — RFE  

Taliban battered, 81 killed in the past 24 hours — Khaama Press  

Taliban digs a tunnel to ANDSF camp, kills more than 20 — Khaama Press  

Taliban kill 20 Afghan troops, military post set afire — Anadolu Agency  

10 Security Force Members Killed in Farah, Baghlan Attacks — TOLO News  

Taliban and Afghan army locked in fierce combat as militants warn US forces — The National 

‘Small’ Afghanistan attacks have no significant impact on troop pullout -U.S. — Reuters 

Afghanistan’s Abdullah: Foreign Troop Pullout Will Embolden Taliban — VOA  

Afghan forces could face ‘bad possible outcomes’ from US withdrawal: top general — NYPost

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