Both the Taliban and the government routinely accuse each other of attacks. The attackers are rarely identified and the public is rarely informed of the results of the investigation.

Published: May 30, 2021 3:33 PM |

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KABUL: A mortar shell hit a wedding ceremony in northern Afghanistan, killing at least seven people, mostly children, and injuring at least four others, said a police spokesman.

Taliban insurgents attacked a security checkpoint Government in Tagab district and one of their mortar shells hit a civil house, Kapisa province police spokesman Shayeq Shoresh said on Sunday.

But Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted accusing police of multiple mortar shells on it Having fired civil house, which demanded the victims.

The attackers are rarely identified and the public is rarely informed of the results of the investigations into the numerous attacks in the capital.

In the first three months of this year the UN mission to Afghanistan announced that 1,783 civilians were killed or wounded in Afghanistan, an increase of 29 percent compared to the same period last year.

Recently, the Afghan defense and security forces as well as the Taliban have increasingly operated against each other in most of the country’s provinces, where civilians are most often caught in the crossfire.

Meanwhile, the Islamic state group demanded In a statement on Sunday, a roadside bomb hit a minivan full of university lecturers and students in Kapisa on Saturday, killing at least four people and wounding 11 others.

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