More than 50 districts in the country are facing serious security threats, nine of them are currently out of government's control, says the Mol. The districts out of government's control include Nawzad, Disho, Baghran and Musa Qala districts in ... Tolo News, 4 weeks ago
Afghanistan's Ministry of Interior reported yesterdaynine districts are under Taliban control, including four in the southern province of Helmand, and more than 40 others are heavily contested. The statement is an admission of the worsening security ...The Long War Journal, 4 weeks ago
Mullah Akhtar Mansur, the head of Afghan Taliban was reportedly killed in a US drone strike in Nushki District of Balochistan province of Pakistan. He belonged to the of Ishqazai sub-tribe of the Durrani tribe of Pashtun, and was appointed as the ...FATA Research Centre, 2 months ago
News - Afghanistan Saturday, 11 June 2016 12:13 Written by Security forces in Helmand will soon launch a large-scale military operation in Nawzad and Musa Qala districts to clear the areas of insurgents, said officials on Saturday. "The army ...Tolo News, 1 month ago
The first time Noor-ul-Haq died, his Afghan army outpost was completely cut off by the Taliban on a bleak southern battleground. Hundreds of insurgent fighters swept in, and all that was left for the government to do was ship the corpses home. ...Gulf News, 1 month ago
Publicly disclosed rules of engagement and agreements with the Afghan government generally allow global advisers to attack Taliban targets in self-defense. Fighting has intensified across the provinces of Helmand, Kandahar and Uruzgan as the ...Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago
Kandahar: Taliban militants overran several checkpoints in southern Helmand province and killed at least 25 policemen over the past two days, officials said, in the first major assaults in the province since the insurgents named a new leader last ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Taliban overrun Afghan police checkpoints in Helmand Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Taliban kills over 50 policemen in Afghanistan Trending.co.ug, 1 month ago
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