Afghanistan – Taliban Has Captured A District In Afghanistan’s Northern Kunduz Province

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The Taliban has captured a district in Afghanistan’s northern Kunduz province, the second area to fall to the group a week after they launched their so-called spring offensive. Mahfoozullah Akbari, a spokesman for Kunduz police, said Taliban fighters attacked the district of Qala-e Zal “from several directions” on Friday, and took full control of the district…


 




 



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