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- On June 20, two people were killed and 28 others were injured by a car bomb explosion in Shirgar Bazaar in Ghanikhel district of Nangarhar province
- On June 20, a delegation from the Taliban’s Ministry of Energy and Water arrived in Tehran to discuss the implementation of the Helmand agreement with Iranian officials
- On June 19, two people were killed and several others were injured by a car bomb explosion in the Khajeh Baghra neighborhood of Kabul city
- On June 19, ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack on a Hindu and Sikh temple in Kabul
- On June 18, 12 people, including a Taliban member were killed or wounded in a terrorist attack on an Afghan Hindu religious ceremony in Kabul city
- On June 18, 12 civilians were killed and 30 others were wounded by a terrorist explosion in the Al-Ra’is Grand Mosque in the village of Al-Birdi in Imam Sahib district
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This map by no means shows the current reality of Afghanistan. Why didn’t SF cover the war in Panjshir valley in the past weeks when dozens of Taliban were killed by NRF and is still continuing? How about the Taliban helicopter shot down in Panjshir and 5 Taliban taken as captives 2 days ago? SF has no information about it? Really?
Yea, I’d certainly designate three or four districts of Panjshir as contested by this point.
There is a lot of hype & garbage that unfortunately circulates from a number of NRF accounts.
At day’s end, the Taliban unfortunately do have communications locked down in Panjshir, and it’s a lot simpler to verify whether the Islamic State got a bomb off in some urban center than what the state of the battlefield is in Panjshir.