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Afghan forces killed in attack blamed on Taliban

Afghan forces killed in attack

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It is the main lethal assault since a three-day truce reported over the Eid al-Fitr occasion finished on Tuesday.

At any rate 14 individuals from the Afghan security powers have been killed in an assault authorities fault on the Taliban, the main destructive attack since a three-day truce finished at 12 PM on Tuesday.

The contenders assaulted a checkpoint in Parwan region north of the capital, Kabul, said Waheeda Shahkar, representative for the common senator. “The Taliban have additionally endured losses,” Shahkar said.

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Area police boss Hussain Shah said Taliban warriors put a match to the checkpoint, slaughtering five security power work force. Two more were shot dead.

The Taliban has not remarked.

It is the primary assault that Afghan authorities have accused on the Taliban since the finish of three-day truce held over the Eid al-Fitr occasion.

As per the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, regular citizen setbacks fell by 80 percent during the brief ceasefire.

A drop in brutality has to a great extent held since it finished on Tuesday night, albeit Afghan security powers did air strikes in the south on Wednesday that killed 18 warriors, police said.

Taliban detainees discharged

The unexpected d├ętente offer from the Taliban and the break in battling has raised expectations that slowed down harmony arrangements between the warriors and the Afghan government could continue soon.

Afghan specialists have reacted to the truce by discharging several Taliban detainees this week, and plan to additionally free an equivalent number of prisoners in the coming days.

The Taliban has likewise said it intends to free a gathering of government detainees.

The trade is a piece of a US-Taliban bargain marked in February, which avoided the Afghan government, that specifies Kabul would discharge up to 5,000 Taliban detainees and the Taliban would free around 1,000 national security staff.

Kabul had just liberated around 1,000 Taliban prisoners before the truce, while the Taliban had discharged around 300 government hostages.