8am: Since August 2021, the Taliban group has imprisoned thousands of citizens of the country for various pretexts. Most of these prisoners are former government affiliates (security employees, army soldiers and national police). Many civilians, particularly youths have been arrested on charges of collaborating with the National Resistance Front (NRF) and armed groups fighting against
8am: The Taliban rebels have beheaded a 17-year-old young boy in Andarab district of Baghlan province in front of his family members, local sources reported. This is not the first such a brutal case that is being reported. Click here to read more (external link). Related Taliban Rebels Torture & Arrest 36 Civilians in Panjshir
Tolo News: More than 700 families have been displaced, due to security incidents, from Panjshir to Parwan, officials at the refugee and repatriations department of Parwan said. Bebe Begom, a 90-year-old woman, was displaced from Panjshir. Bebe Begom, due to fighting, left her house behind. She along with her family live in a small room
Ariana: Amnesty International on Wednesday described the BBC’s findings of alleged war crimes by UK Special Forces in Afghanistan between 2010 and 2011 as horrific and called for an urgent investigation. “The BBC’s reporting outlines unlawful killings, including deliberate killing of individuals after they were detained, targeting of civilians and fabricating evidence to justify the
8am: Local sources told Hasht-e Subh that after Mullah Yaqoob, the Taliban’s defense minister, criticized the members of this group for disobeying the orders of their commanders in Baghlan province, the Taliban have now deployed hundreds of their reserved forces to the Khost district of Baghlan province. Sources in Khost district said on Wednesday (July
Ayaz Gul VOA News July 12, 2022 ISLAMABAD — Rights defenders are demanding an urgent inquiry into reported allegations that British special forces executed dozens of detainees and unarmed men in suspicious circumstances during anti-insurgency operations in Afghanistan a decade ago. A BBC investigation, citing newly obtained military documents, alleged Tuesday that 54 people were unlawfully
BBC: SAS operatives in Afghanistan repeatedly killed detainees and unarmed men in suspicious circumstances, according to a BBC investigation. Newly obtained military reports suggest that one unit may have unlawfully killed 54 people in one six-month tour. Click here to read more (external link).
Aamaj: Taliban shot a young man named, Sayed Amanullah Usmani, in Baghlan province. Sources told Aamaj News that the incident took place in Suchi Baala village of Khost district, Baghlan. According to the sources he shot dead by Taliban because he had a photo carrying the gun. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: A source in central Bamiyan province told Hasht-e Subh that Abdullah Sarhadhi, the Taliban governor, has prevented the delivery of aid to the displaced people of Balkhab. The source adds that about a week ago, there was a dispute between him and Haji Mukhtar Ahmadi, the district governor for Yekawlang 1, over the distribution
8am: Sources in Panjshir Province say that following the eviction threats, several families, including the family of Malik Dara, one of the former commanders of the Taliban, who now fight for the NRF, have been forced to leave their homes. Local sources told Hasht-e Subh on Friday (July 8th) that the Taliban forced the families