8am: Local sources in Baghlan Province say that two Taliban fighters have been killed as the National Resistance Fron (NRF) carried out an operation on a Taliban outpost. Local sources in Baghlan province say that the assault was carried out on Saturday (July 10th) in the Laghak village of Banu district, Andrab valley. Click here
Aamaj: After the collapse of republic and Taliban’s takeover in past ten months, different anti-Taliban fronts with various structures formed across the country. Gradually, after the formation of the National Resistance Front [NRF] led by Ahmad Massoud other fronts as Freedom Corps, Freedom Front of Afghanistan, Liberation Front of Afghanistan and guerrilla fighters of Ata
8am: In a newsletter, the Afghanistan Freedom Front (AFF) has claimed that the front’s forces attacked the Taliban’s bases in the Jabal Saraj district of Parwan province, killing three Taliban fighters and injuring five others. The attack took place at around 11:30 last night on the Taliban bases in Gulbahar area of Jabal Saraj district.
8am: In a newsletter, the Freedom Front has claimed that its forces have carried out a guerrilla attack on the Taliban bases in Parwan province, killing 3 Taliban fighters and injuring 4 others. Two Taliban vehicles are also destroyed in the attack. Click here to read more (external link). Related Taliban murder tribal leader in
8am: Local sources in Baghlan province have reported that the Taliban are detaining, torturing, and shooting innocent civilians in Andarab district of Baghlan province. Sources told Hasht- e Subh that the Taliban shot dead two young students last night in one of the villages of Andarab. According to sources, the victims were students of a
VOA News Masood Farivar April 28, 2022 With the onset of the “fighting season” in Afghanistan, small pockets of anti-Taliban resistance appear to be forming across much of the country. The development, coupled with a spike in deadly attacks by the Islamic State terrorist group, could threaten the Taliban’s hold on power eight months after
8am: The AFF sent a statement to Hasht-e Subh on Saturday, April 9, claiming their attacks were carried out last night on the Taliban bases in Parwan, Badakhshan, Kandahar, and Baghlan provinces. According to the statement, four Taliban rebels are killed and six others injured. In addition to National Resistance Front led by Ahmad Massoud,