The Taliban have gained vast parts of rural Afghanistan since launching a series of offensives. Tanks arrive at battlefield, in Kunduz, Afghanistan on July 7, 2021 in this still image taken from a video. | Photo Credit: REUTERS
The Taliban captured two extra unfashionable capitals Sunday as they broke up in their be at war with to consider over Afghanistan's cities after seizing a lot of the countryside in hot months.
The insurgents take part in sudden up four local capitals since Friday in a prompt attack that appears to take overwhelming leadership forces.
Kunduz and Sar-e-Pul in the north floor within hours of each one other Sunday, lawmakers and residents in the cities confirmed, but not without fierce fighting.
A Kunduz dweller described the metropolis as essence enveloped in "total chaos".
"After more or less fierce fighting, the mujahideen, with the thanks of God, captured the money of Kunduz," the Taliban said in a statement.
"The mujahideen also captured Sar-e-Pul city, the authority buildings and the installations there."
Parwina Azimi, a women's human rights objector in Sar-e-Pul, told AFP by phone that authority officials and the outstanding army had retreated to a camp about three kilometres (two miles) from the city.
But Kunduz became the most important victory for the Taliban since the insurgent offensive in May, when foreign forces began the final phase of their withdrawal. This is the long-term goal of the Taliban, who briefly captured the city in 2015 and 2016, but could never contain it for long. The Defense Department said government forces are trying to reclaim key facilities.
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