Taliban warriors have been assaulting Kabul in the course of recent days. On Monday, they tossed a projectile at a camp of uprooted families in Kabul's District 17, where three individuals were harmed. UNICEF said that 27 kids have been killed in continuous battling in Kandahar, Khost and Paktia regions.
The Taliban on Tuesday caught the eighth commonplace city in Afghanistan, in their push towards the country's capital Kabul. Pul-e-Khumri, the capital of Baghlan region in the north, fell get-togethers favorable to government state armies withdrew to Kelagi desert, home to an enormous Afghan armed force base.
Pul-I-Khumri is on the expressway associating the northern areas to Kabul. Its fall not just builds tension on the security powers to keep the Sunni Pashtun warriors from the nation's capital, yet in addition represents a danger of complete seclusion of the north of the country. The radicals have been assaulting Kabul in the course of recent days. On Monday, they tossed an explosive at a camp of uprooted families in Kabul's District 17, wherein three individuals were harmed.
Six commonplace capitals, primarily in the north of the nation, including Kunduz, Taluqan city, Sheberghan, Zaranj, and Samangan area's capital Aybak city were at that point under Taliban control. Two more - Farah and Baghlan - were caught on Tuesday. The Taliban are likewise dug in Kandahar and Lashkar Gah in the south and outside Faizabad, the capital of Badakhshan, the far off Northern Province that was once viewed as an enemy of Taliban fortress.
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