Afghan Government Created 6,000-Strong Force To Stop Taliban Advance In Ghazni Province

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Over the past few days, the Kabul government has created a 6,000-strong force to stop the Taliban advance in the Afghan province of Ghazni. According to pro-government sources, this force has already retook control of the Malistan district. However, clashes between pro-government forces and the Taliban are still ongoing in the province.

In the province of Logar, over 12 pro-government fighters were reportedly killed in the recent clashes with the Taliban. In the Nawa district northeast of Kabul, 7 pro-government fighters were killed and 2 others were wounded.

Afghan Government Created 6,000-Strong Force To Stop Taliban Advance In Ghazni Province

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  • Ilya Grushevskiy

    It sure would be called flip-flopping in the modern, fundamentalist world, but without Ahmad Massoud heading the Northern Alliance, and with US oppressors still in place, it seems fitting to now cheer for the Taliban.

  • Sinbad2

    Who is paying for this?

  • Potato Potato

    Wait till they all ditch their uniforms and go home, and the units will evaporate.