D.He is said to have been involved in a fierce battle with the radical Islamic Taliban and their enemies in the Bunsir Valley on Friday. A spokesman for the anti-Islam movement said troops led by Taliban rival Ahmed Masood were engaged in heavy fighting with the Taliban.
Happy scenes were heard in Kabul on Friday evening as rumors spread that the Taliban had captured the Pondicherry Valley. The resident of the valley denied this AFP News Agency By phone.
Fortress of resistance
The videos were distributed on Twitter accounts loyal to the Taliban. Both sides said on Twitter that the important Barjan district had been temporarily taken over by the Taliban. These reports cannot be verified independently.
The Pondicherry Valley was a stronghold of resistance against the Taliban in the 1990s and never came under Islamist control. After the Taliban regained power three weeks ago, another protest movement emerged in the valley led by the famous Afghan warrior and Taliban rival Ahmed Shah Masood.
Ahmed Masood’s father fought against the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan in the 1980s, and during the Taliban rule between 1996 and 2001, he fought against the Islamists. On September 9, 2001, he was killed by two suicide bombers belonging to the Al Qaeda terrorist network – leading to international military action in Afghanistan two days before the attack.
In view of the growing humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan, the United Nations has announced a high-level aid conference for the country. The World Health Organization (WHO) announced in New York on Friday that a ministerial meeting would be held in Geneva on September 13 in the presence of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. “This conference will seek to increase funding quickly to continue life-saving humanitarian action,” it said. As stated in it A Otherwise there is a risk of a humanitarian catastrophe in the country as Union Foreign Minister Haiko Mass (SPD) fears in the coming winter.
Nearly half of Afghanistan’s 38 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. According to the UN, one-third of people in Afghanistan do not know where the next food will come from. More than half of children under the age of five are expected to suffer from malnutrition in the next 12 months.
Guterres It had recently called for emergency food, temporary shelter and medical supplies to be brought into the country in view of the severe drought and the coming severe winter in Afghanistan. He called on all concerned to ensure safe and unrestricted access to vital relief supplies and all humanitarian personnel. According to the UN, the food balance of the World Food Program should last until the end of September.
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