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Deadly bomb, gun attack rocks Afghan capital

Korea Times 04 Aug 2021
Afghan security personnel arrive at the site a powerful explosion in Kabul, Afghanistan, Aug ... The powerful explosion rocked a posh neighborhood of the Afghan capital where several senior government officials live including Afghanistan's Defense Minister Bismillah Khan Mohammadi ... Sefatullah, director of Sukon radio in Lashkar Gah said.
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Afghanistan: Deadly bomb, gun attack rocks Kabul

Gulf News 04 Aug 2021
Four people were killed and 20 wounded in a coordinated bomb and gun attack targeting the Afghan defence minister and several lawmakers in the country’s capital Tuesday, not far from the heavily fortified Green Zone ... “We unequivocally condemn the bombing, and we continue to stand by our (Afghan) partners.”.
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Over 40 civilians killed in besieged Afghan city: UN

The News International 04 Aug 2021
At least 40 civilians have been killed and more than 100 wounded in the last 24 hours of fighting between Afghan government forces and the Taliban in a besieged southern city, the United Nations said Tuesday ... "Taliban ground offensive & ANA air strikes causing most harm," UNAMA said earlier Tuesday, referring to the Afghan national army.
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Taliban take much of provincial capital in south Afghanistan

Federal News Radio 04 Aug 2021
Afghan government forces launched airstrikes, backed by the U.S., in a desperate effort to defend the city of Lashkar Gah ... Elite commando units were dispatched from Kabul to aid Afghan forces as the government held on to key government buildings, including the local police and army headquarters ... The Afghan forces commander for Helmand, Gen.
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An Indian paramilitary soldier transferred into hospital by paramedic staff in Srinagar on March 16, 2010. Two Indian policemen and three civilians were hurt when suspected militants attacked a police patrol at a market in the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, police said. It was the fourth assault within two weeks on police in Srinagar, the main hub of Muslim militants fighting Indian rule in the Himalayan region. Three policemen were killed in the previous three attacks. Indian Kashmir has witnessed a recent spike in violence after several months of relative calm.
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UN says Afghan fighting is hurting civilians the most

RTE 03 Aug 2021
Afghan forces are battling the Taliban for control of a key provincial capital, as the UN warned "indiscriminate" gunfire and air strikes are hurting civilians the most ... Afghan officials said that 10 other radio and four television stations in Helmand had been seized by the Taliban, most in the provincial capital.
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‘Indiscriminate’ Afghan fighting hurting civilians the most, says UN

Arab News 03 Aug 2021
Afghan forces battled the Taliban for control of a key provincial capital Tuesday, as the United Nations warned “indiscriminate” gunfire and air strikes were hurting civilians the most ... Afghan officials said Tuesday that 11 radio and four television stations in the city had been seized by the Taliban.
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'Indiscriminate' Afghan fighting hurting civilians the most, says UN

Straits Times 03 Aug 2021
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AFP) - Afghan forces battled the Taleban for control of a key provincial capital Tuesday (Aug 3), as the United Nations warned "indiscriminate" gunfire and air strikes were hurting civilians the most ... Afghan officials said Tuesday that 11 radio and four television stations in the city had been seized by the Taleban.
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Fighting in Afghanistan hurting civilians: UN

Straits Times 03 Aug 2021
KANDAHAR • Afghan forces battled the Taleban for control of a key provincial capital, as the United Nations warned that "indiscriminate" gunfire and air strikes were hurting civilians the most ... Afghan officials said 10 other radio and four TV stations in Helmand had been seized by the Taleban, mostly in the provincial capital.
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Afghan army tells civilians to flee city under siege

Taipei Times 03 Aug 2021
Residents of a besieged Afghan city were urged to evacuate yesterday as the army prepared a major offensive against Taliban insurgents after three days of heavy fighting ... A military helicopter carrying Afghan President Ashraf Ghani prepares to land near the parliament in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Monday.
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Afghan army urges evacuation of Lashkar Gah city

Asiatimes 03 Aug 2021
Residents of a besieged Afghan city were urged to evacuate Tuesday as the army prepared a major offensive against Taliban insurgents after three days of heavy fighting ... General Sami Sadat, commander of the 215 Maiwand Afghan Army Corps, told residents to get out as soon as they could.
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Former British HQ in Afghanistan expected to fall as Taliban move in on Lashkar Gah

The Times/The Sunday Times 03 Aug 2021
The Afghan information ministry confirmed that television and radio stations in the city had been seized and had stopped broadcasting after receiving threats from the Taliban.
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Afghan forces order civilians to leave city under Taliban siege

Al Jazeera 03 Aug 2021
A top Afghan military commander has ordered residents to leave the besieged city of Lashkar Gah in southern Afghanistan as the army prepared a major offensive to flush out Taliban fighters after three days of heavy fighting ...Fighting was intense this morning,” Sefatullah, director of Sukon radio in the city, told the AFP news agency.
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Afghan army urges civilians to evacuate city besieged by Taliban

The New Arab 03 Aug 2021
Residents were urged Tuesday to evacuate a besieged Afghan city as the army prepared a major offensive against Taliban insurgents after three days of heavy fighting ... General Sami Sadat, commander of the 215 Maiwand Afghan Army Corps, told residents to get out as soon as they could.
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Afghanistan: Lashkar Gah residents urged to evacuate as Taliban claims more districts

ITV 03 Aug 2021
Majid Akhund, deputy chairman of the Helmand provincial council, confirmed the Taliban now control nine Lashkar Gah districts and also the city’s TV and radio station, which had both gone off the air ... Key Afghan cities on brink of Taliban takeover as US and NATO troops pull out.
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Taliban take much of provincial capital in south AfghanistanThe fall of Lashkar Gah would be ...

Deccan Herald 03 Aug 2021
Afghan government forces launched airstrikes, backed by the US, in a desperate effort to defend the city of Lashkar Gah ... Elite commando units were dispatched from Kabul to aid Afghan forces as the government held on to key government buildings, including the local police and army headquarters ... The Afghan forces commander for Helmand, Gen.

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