- The Taliban contenders assaulted the Ahmad Shah Abdali Kandahar Airport, terminating a few rockets on the structure.
- A baby was killed in the assault, and his sister was seen crying and attempting to awaken the kid.
- With Taliban assaults expanding, Afghan security powers and government troops have fought back with airstrikes helped by the United States.
The Taliban hostile in the wake of the withdrawal of unfamiliar soldiers has prompted a helpful emergency in Afghanistan.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has said that most individuals are escaping from northeastern and eastern Afghanistan. The radical gathering is focusing all its energy to catch the regions and restore the Islamic Emirate.
The fear-based oppressors have inclined up their push across a lot of Afghanistan, turning their weapons on commonplace capitals after taking huge areas of land in the, for the most part, provincial open country. As a result, they are in charge of five of the country’s 34 commonplace capitals.
On Sunday, the Taliban contenders assaulted the Ahmad Shah Abdali Kandahar Airport, terminating a few rockets on the structure. Flight activities were suspended for a couple of hours following the assault.
Toofan Omari, a writer and head of radio broadcast Paktia Voice, was shot dead by the Taliban warriors in Kabul, as indicated by the police. Omar was likewise an examiner in the Paktia region. He was heading out from Bagram to Kabul when his vehicle was trapped.
Retribution assaults and severe treatment of ladies have been accounted for in regions now under Taliban control. For example, the extremist gathering grabbed two police officers in Ghazni city and kept them in an obscure area.
Youngsters are the most exceedingly terrible victims. Mustapha Ben Messaoud, chief of field tasks for UNICEF in Afghanistan, said that before the current year’s over, one of every two youngsters younger than five in Afghanistan will be deranged or malnourished because of unhealthiness not go to class.
A tragic video rose out of the Taliban’s new assault on the Takhar area. A baby was killed in the assault, and his sister was seen crying and attempting to awaken the kid.
With Taliban assaults expanding, Afghan security powers and government troops have fought back with airstrikes helped by the United States. The battling has additionally raised developing worries about non-military personnel losses.
Helmand wellbeing division chief Sher Ali Shakir said Monday that seven individuals were killed in the past 24 hours, and 95 were injured in the battling and were moved to clinics in the territory.