10 December 2018

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Saturday, December 1, 2018
Kandahar (BNA) A series of blasts were prevented in Kandahar province.
Security officials discovered and neutralized 15 mines from busy roads of Maiwand and Speen Boldak Districts and prevented from bloody events last night.
According to Atal army corps press office to BNA, the mine have been discovered and neutralized with collaboration of residents and security forces.
The source added, Taliban wanted to plant the mines to organize a series of bloody events on civilians but not succeeded to their evil goals.
Taliban mostly planted bombs and mines on busy roads of the province which victimized innocent civilians.
T. Yarzada

Saturday December 1, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The US is dropping more bombs on Afghanistan in 2018 than it has in any other year on record, new Air Force data shows.
United States Air Forces Central Command has been publishing munitions data regularly since 2006, but comprehensive records are only available on their website dating back to 2009. Second to 2018, 2011 saw the most bombs dropped, according to the available data.
Sputnik News first reported in June that the US military was outpacing every other year on record in terms of bombs dropped on the country in 2018. With data from October now available, that distinction remains. By this time in 2011, at the height of then-President Barack Obama's troop surge, the US had dropped 4,453 bombs on Afghanistan. Between January 2018 and the end of October 2018, that number stands at 5,982.
That's an increase of more than one-third.
In the entirety of 2011, the US dropped 4,896 bombs on Afghanistan. That means that with two months left in the year, the US has already dropped more than a thousand more bombs on Afghanistan than it did in any other year on record.
US President Donald Trump aims to push the Taliban into negotiating a peace plan in response to the US' ramped up bombing campaign. On Wednesday, NBC News reported that Trump seeks to withdraw the US from the country prior to the 2020 American elections.
Despite the Trump administration's bombing spree, the Taliban has continued to make gains in the country.
Sputnik News recently reported that Afghan authorities control or influence a mere 55.5 percent of the country, according to the US Military's Special Inspector General on Afghanistan Reconstruction. That's the lowest figure since the government oversight authority began keeping tabs on areas under Taliban or government control in November 2015.

Friday November 30, 2018
Kabul (BNA) The death toll soared to 15 in the car bomb attack in Kabul that targeted London-based Security contractor company G4S on Wednesday night.
According to BNA report, Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish confirmed that 15 people including five attackers were killed and 29 others were injured following the attack.
Danish also confirmed in his twitter account that the attack on G4S Company claimed 15 lives including five attackers and injured 29 others.
Taliban militants have claimed responsibility for the deadly bombing.

Zabihullah Majahid who claims to speak for the Taliban outfit, in contact with media claimed that first a militant blew up his explosive-laden car next to the company, opening the way for others to enter the company's compound and began targeting anyone inside.


Friday November 30, 2018
Aibak City (BNA) Taliban attack on Dara Souf Payeen district of northern Samangan province has foiled by Afghan security forces last night.
Raz Mohammad Khan head of provincial council in Samangan told BNA reporter, Taliban militants launched attack from three points on Dara Souf Payeen district’s center that their attack repulsed by Afghan security forces.
During the 5-hours clashes, four militants were killed, four injured and three Afghan troops were wounded too, the source added.
Security situation in the district is not better and local and center government must pay attention in the district, the source further added.
Meanwhile, Abdul Yaqeen Ahmadi district governor of Dara Souf Payeed confirmed Taliban attack and asked from government to keen attention on the district.

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