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Kunduz: Taliban attack  17 Afghan police officers died

Kunduz: Taliban attack 17 Afghan police officers died

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In the Kunduz province of Afghanistan, the Taliban attacked a check post in which 17 Afghan police personnel were killed. The attack took place on Monday night in Kunduz District, Aliabad, while firing between militants and security personnel continued for several hours.

Kunduz: Taliban attack  17 Afghan police officers died

The attack took place on Monday night in Kunduz District, Aliabad, while firing between militants and security personnel continued for several hours.
A Kunduz district official told Voice of America on condition of anonymity that the dead included senior police officers.
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Kunduz police spokesman Aizamuddin Rehman also confirmed the incident. However, they did not provide further details.
On the other hand, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid claimed responsibility for the attack, saying their fighters carried out the attack in which 20 Afghan security forces personnel were killed.
It should be noted that Kunduz province in Afghanistan is one of the areas where the Taliban are occupied by several districts. The provincial capital of Kunduz has twice been captured by the Taliban. However, Afghan security forces later regained control of the area with the help of US troops.
The attack comes at a time when US Special Envoy for Afghan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad has resumed efforts to restore peace in Afghanistan. In this regard, they are visiting Belgium, France and Russia.
Remember that US President Donald Trump suspended the ongoing peace talks between the United States and the Taliban following a suicide attack in the Afghan capital Kabul last month. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.
Since the US president declared the talks dead, there has been no indication that the United States has resumed peace talks with the Afghan Taliban.
However, after the Afghan peace talks were suspended, US Special Envoy Khalilzad visited Islamabad in early October. According to reports, he also met with Taliban representatives in Pakistan. But the meeting was not officially confirmed or denied by the parties.

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