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The Taliban captured the first regional capital

This victory is very symbolic for the Taliban and will have a devastating psychological effect on the Afghan military, whose morale is already very low. The rebels captured the Afghan city of Jaranj on Friday, August 6, and became the first provincial capital since the start of their offensive in May.

The Taliban entered the capital of Nimroz province in southwestern Afghanistan without meeting “No protest”, Said Deputy Governor of the province Roh Gul Khairzad. A small town on the border with Iran, Jarang is particularly valuable for its economic significance. It also allows rebels to control a new part of Afghanistan’s borders.

The Taliban have already seized several key border posts with Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Pakistan. They are all a major source of revenue from fees.

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The British called for him to leave the country

Tajik leader Emomali Rahman said on Friday that the Taliban had controlled everything Border of Afghanistan and TajikistanUzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan – about 1,300 kilometers during the summit that unites the leaders of the five former Soviet republics of Central Asia.

The rebels occupied large areas of the countryside for three months in a lightning strike launched in support Withdrawal of international powersMust be completed by August 31st. After facing weak opposition in the countryside, they launched their attacks on the big cities for a few days and surrounded several provincial capitals.

Under these circumstances, the United Kingdom called on all its nationals to leave Afghanistan immediately “Poor security situation”. “All British nationals in Afghanistan are now advised to leave [de transport] Business “, The British Foreign Office wrote on its website on Friday. UK officials are advising against traveling to the country and warning that only they can provide assistance “Very limited”.

Targeted government officials

UN Security Council calls on UN Security Council to suspend uranium enrichment “To stop” Their “Attacks on cities”, Asks the Council to issue a warning “Vaguely”.

A few hours ago, the Taliban killed Dawa Khan Menapal, a former deputy spokesman for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, the Afghan Interior Ministry said. The rebels made their threat after promising to carry out new operations on Wednesday “Revenge” Against senior government officials in response to an airstrike by the Afghan army. Afghan and US forces It has carried out a number of airstrikes in recent days in an attempt to prevent the Taliban from advancing in several major urban centers.

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Mr. Menabal was a well-known figure in the media community in Kabul. This former journalist frequently attacked the Taliban on social media and was often paradoxical. The former head of state’s spokesman, Sadik Sadik, said “It simply came to our notice then [son] A friend and former colleague were killed by the enemy [leur] Pays.

The Taliban, which targeted Defense Minister General Bismillah Mohammed in Kabul on Tuesday, escaped unharmed in the attack that killed eight people.

There is no safe place to seek refuge

Fighting continued on Friday in Lashkar Kah, the capital of Helmand province in the south of the country, where the army launched a counter-attack on Wednesday evening, but also in Shebarganj (north of the country), in the province of Jawjan, the fort of the famous warrior Abdul Rashid Dostam. The defense ministry said in the afternoon that the Taliban had been driven out of Sheparganj, where they had previously entered.

At Lashkar-e-Taiba, the offices of a voluntary organization called Action Against Hunger were attacked on Thursday “Aerial bombardment”. The building was clearly identified as belonging to a humanitarian organization either from the street or from the roof of the building. In addition, its location has been communicated to the parties to the conflict on several occasions. “, NGO underlined.

Civilians who pay high prices in war are, as the military insists, trying to leave battlefields, but without a safe place to seek refuge.

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