Taliban Attack Kills More Than 100 In Afghanistan


Ghazni: More than 100 people were killed by Taliban militants on Sunday. 133 were
left injured in the attack launched by them in Afghanistan’s Ghazni since August 10. The clashes are still underway.

At least 90 were either military or law enforcement personnel out of the deceased. 13 of the deceased are civilians, as reported by Sputnik.

The first reports of the attacks surfaced on Friday, with local media reporting heavy losses for the Taliban, having lost over 100 militants.

Tolo News reports that Afghanistan’s Army Chief of Staff Mohammad Sharif Yaftali is slated to arrive in the province later on Sunday to take charge of the situation.

203 Tander Military Corps personnel have confirmed that the clashes were still
ongoing, with the Taliban setting the Independent Election Commission offices
ablaze, while also blocking the Kabul-Kandahar Highway.

Foreign troops have extended assistance along with air support in the fight against
the militants.