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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

8 people lost their lives as Taliban attacked a security post in Ghazni

IN PHOTO: People protesting Taliban terrorism.

A local senator in Afghanistan says Taliban warriors propelled a flood of assaults in eastern Ghazni territory, executing no less than eight police and injuring seven others. 

Saeeb Khan Elham said on July 20 that agitators propelled a flood of assaults on mixes and police security posts in the Qarabagh region late the prior night. 

He said government powers intended to strengthen the locale were assaulted in a Taliban ambush that included roadside mines and was not able to help. 

Zabihullah Mujahid, a representative for the Taliban, asserted duty regarding the assault in a phone meeting with the Associated Press. He said 16 police were executed and an administration compound in the area harmed. Upwards of 14 individuals, including ladies and kids, were slaughtered in an air strike completed amid a task by Afghan security powers close to the northern city of Kunduz on July 19, authorities said. 

Afghan authorities said the occurrence was all the while being examined and it was vague whether the setbacks had been caused by Afghan or U.S. airplane, both of which flew missions in the help of the activity.

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