A number of civil society activists, residents and the Chairman of Badakhshan’s Provincial Council told Salam Watandar that if the clean-up and recapture operation of the lost areas in the province are not launched by the Afghan National Army, the level of insecurity in this province will increase.
Security officials in Faryab province said that Taliban fired three rockets at Friday Market at the center of Khawaja Sabz Posh district which killed 5 civilians and wounded 45 others.
LASHKARGAH (SW): Deadly clashes in Helmand between the Taliban-backed Ishaqzay tribe, and the Alizay tribe have led to death of 30 people.
JAWZJAN (SW): The militants of the Uzbekistan Islamic Movement (UIM) have been using the Qosh Tapa district in Jawzjan province as their training camp to train children on suicide attacks and landmines.
GHAZNI (SW): The pro-Daesh militants have urged residents in Ghazni province’s Qara Bagh district to join their ranks.
ASAD ABAD (SW): At least 15 pro-Daesh militants and three policemen got killed following deadly clashes in Kunar province’s Chambel mountainous area.
TALUQAN (SW): Local officials in Takhar have said the Afghan National Police (ANP) members have not received fruits, vegetables and quota of plain bread for past many months.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): A pro-Daesh Uzbekistani militant has killed his son-in-law on charge of allegiance with the Taliban in Jawzjan province.
KABUL (SW): The Kabul Police Chief Salim Ehsas on Friday confirmed at least 13 policemen got killed in a suicide attack in the city last night.
KABUL (SW): The National Directorate of Security (NDS) on Wednesday claimed to bust a 13-member group of pro-Daesh militants in the capital Kabul.
BAGHLAN (SW): Up to 13 cases of murder and two cases of abduction and rape of women took place in Baghlan in the past ten months alone.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Over alleged rape of his own daughter, a 50-year-old man in Jawzjan has been killed by his son.
FAIZABAD (SW): Officials at the National Environment Protection Agency (NEPA) in Badakhshan have charged the security forces for poaching endangered animals in the province.
JALALABAD (SW): As many as 15 civilians got killed and more than ten got wounded following blast at a funeral prayer’s gathering in Nangarhar on Saturday.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Local officials in Jawzjan province claim the pro-Daesh militants are forcefully preaching their so-called Caliphate principles to over 200 religious and prayers’ leaders.
KABUL (SW): The terrorist attack in the capital Kabul claimed by the pro-Daesh militants has claimed up to 41 lives, leaving many more, mostly civilians, wounded.
KABUL (SW): A suicide attack aimed at a facility housing a news agency and cultural center in Kabul claimed multiple lives on Thursday.
HERAT CITY (SW): The Taliban have torched a public school for girls in Herat province, officials said on Monday.
KABUL (SW): A suicide blast close to the compound of the National Directorate of Security compound in Kabul on Monday killed at least six people.
NEW YORK (SW): The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Thursday called for consolidating regional efforts for peace in Afghanistan as Kabul welcomed Moscow’s willingness to cooperate with Washington in this regard.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Faheema Sadat, member of the Wolesi Jirga (lower house) from Jawzjan, has said that the pro-Daesh militants’ activities are a grim danger to the northern parts of the country.
LASHKARGAH (SW): Hayatullah Hayat, governor of Helmand province, has acknowledged that at least 11 policemen got killed in clashes with the Taliban that attacked check posts in the Lashkargah city last night.
SAR-I-PUL CITY (SW): Local officials in Sar-i-Pul province claim civilian casualties have drastically increased as the Taliban are using them as human shields amid shelling by the security forces.
Taliban have seized more than 70 Humvees and 150 ranger vehicles of Security Forces in the five northern and northeastern provinces in Afghanistan, according to the information gathered by Salam Watandar from military sources and from provincial councils.
KABUL (SW): Officials from the Afghan Landmines Survivors Organization (ALSO) has said that 1310 people had died due to landmines in 2015, but this figure increased to 1943 in 2016.
NANGARHAR (SW): Shiring Aqa, spokesperson for the 201-Silab Corps, has said that the security forces in Nangarhar province have launched operation to crack down on Daesh group in Wazirtangi area of Khogyani district.
GHAZNI CITY (SW): The Taliban have blocked roads in Ghazni province’s Qara Bagh district upon defiance by the locals towards payment of extortion money to them.
KUNDUZ CITY (SW): The Special Forces of the Afghan National Army (ANA) have dismantled more than fifty tunnels dug by the Taliban as escape routes in the Kunduz province’s Imam Saheb district.
FARAH CITY (SW): Officials in Farah have said the Taliban are practically running a self-styled customs office in the province’s Pusht Koh district for the past six months.
KABUL (SW): According to official estimates, the capital city Kabul witnessed up to 342 security incidents in the past month and a half.
FAIZ ABAD (SW): Despite harsh winter blocking many parts in Badakhshan province, security forces in various districts have not yet received firewood to keep them warm.
KABUL (SW): The National Directorate for Security (NDS) claimed to have killed al-Qaeda’s top leader Omar Khitab also known as Omar Mansour.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Locals in Jawzjan province’s Darzab district claimed the pro-Daesh militants have looted equipment of two schools before destroying the school buildings.
SAMANGAN CITY (SW): A number of Samangan residents have raised concerns over an increase in the movement of armed men and subsequent insecurity in the province.
JALALBAD (SW): A suicide attacker riding a motorcycle killed six civilians, including a woman and a child, in Jalalabad on Sunday.
KABUL (SW): Two security personnel including city chief of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in Jalalabad got killed in multiple blasts on Saturday.
These days, the Afghan security forces fight the Taliban to maintain security in every corner which is a reflection of their selflessness and sacrifice for the country.
KABUL (SW): Mohammad Hashim Alakozay, head of the Wolesi Jirga (lower house) commission on internal defense and security, said on Tuesday men in security forces’ uniform are involved in illegal transportation of arms inside the country.
PUL-E-ALAM (SW): A suicide attack rocked the provincial capital of Logar province on Tuesday.
SHARANA (SW): Paktika residents on Monday took to the streets in the provincial capital Sharana against a deadly clash last night between the security forces.
KABUL (SW): The coordination group for transitional justice in Afghanistan has welcomed the International Criminal Court’s announcement of probing alleged war crimes in the country.
PARUN (SW): A number of policemen in Nuristan province’s Do Aab district claimed they have not received proper ration and uniforms for the past three years.
FAIZ ABAD (SW): A Wolesi Jirga (lower house) fact-finding commission has claimed massive corruption exists in the distribution of food ration to policemen in Badakhshan province.
ASAD ABAD (SW): Members of the Afghan Border Police (ABP) in Kunar’s Sarakanoo district claim they have not received proper food ration for more than six months.
LASHKARGAH (SW): The U.S. Forces in Afghanistan in a joint air raid dismantled four poppy processing facilities and a Taliban center in Helmand’s Desho district.
KHOST CITY (SW): Hundreds of policemen in Khost have left their jobs due to lower wages causing concerns about the security situation here.
LASHKARGAH (SW): The Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) on Sunday freed up to 30 people from the captivity of the Taliban in Helmand province.
KABUL (SW): Members of the Wolesi Jirga (lower house) has criticized the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the U.S. over Washington’s alleged failure in helping secure Afghanistan’s territorial integrity in the wake of unprovoked shelling from Pakistan.
KANDAHAR CITY (SW): At least 22 Afghan policemen and 45 Taliban militants got killed in Kandahar’s Maiwand and Zheray districts.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): A well-placed official source has told Salam Watandar that at least three French nationals are busy training child suicide bombers in Jawzjan province.