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Taliban carries out 141 attacks in last 24 hours across Afghanistan, says report

Taliban have carried out 141 assaults over the past 24 hours in provinces all throughout the nation, Tolo Information reported on Sunday citing sources.

In these assaults, on the very least 20 people have been killed along with Peramqul Ziaee, a commander of public rebel forces in Takhar, in accordance with Tolo Information.

The nation’s Defence Ministry talked about that the Taliban’s casualties have been larger than 100 within the final 24 hours. The Taliban rejected this decide.

Information collected by TOLOnews reveals that 438 members of Afghan forces and civilians have been killed and larger than 500 others have been wounded within the final 30 days. The data reveals that 190 bombings, centered assaults and offensives occurred within the final month.

The assaults have intensified as a result of the Could 1 deadline for the US to withdraw troops from Afghanistan has handed.

“Assaults have been intensified in Uruzgan over the previous few days. There are clashes daily,” talked about Amanullah Hotaki, head of the (*24*) provincial council. “We witness blasts in Kunar daily. The federal government ought to stop such assaults,” talked about Nasir Kamawal, a member of the Kunar provincial council.

“During the last 24 hours, assaults had been carried out in Panjwai, Arghistan, Maiwand, Shah Wali Kot, Nesh, Mianshin and Takhta Pul districts and different outposts,” talked about Jamal Barikzai, spokesman for the Kandahar police.

The authorities forces talked about that all Taliban assaults have been pushed once more they often suffered heavy casualties.

US President Joe Biden launched final month the selection to withdraw troops from the nation starting on that Could 1 deadline, with the aim of absolutely withdrawing from Afghanistan by September 11, which could mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist assaults that sparked the battle in Afghanistan, the longest battle in American historic previous.

On Thursday, White Home Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre talked about that the US has begun pulling out its forces from Afghanistan.

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