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CRUX: THE SITUATION IN PANJSHIR: IS AHMAD MASSOUD READY TO STRIKE

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After days of intense fighting in Panjshir, an eerie silence seems to have gripped the valley. Panjshir now resembles a ghost town after the Taliban claimed victory over the province. Parts of the valley appear abandoned with only the elderly and livestock remaining in many villages. In an interview to New York Times, locals said there is no one left, except the elders, and the poor who cannot afford to leave. Despite no signs of intense clashes, resistance fighters claimed that the fight is far from over. Several Resistance leaders, including Ahmad Massoud, have vowed to never surrender. NRF is still holding the high mountains.

AFGHANISTAN MINEFIELDS – BOMB TEAMS CALL FOR MORE FUNDING

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Decades of war in Afghanistan have left large parts of the country littered with unexploded ordnance and landmines that have taken a devastating toll on civilians, mostly children playing and farmers working their fields. Since the Taliban took over the country, Afghanistan’s international reserves have been frozen, leaving all initiatives strapped for cash. Local bomb disposal teams cannot complete their work, leading to fears that more people will die or be badly injured. Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reports from Maidan Wardak province, Afghanistan.

ISIS-K: MORE THAN 35 TALIBAN KILLED

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slamic State has claimed responsibility for a series of bomb attacks in the city of Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan, the group’s Amaaq News Agency said on its Telegram channel on Sunday. Amaaq News Agency said that “three separate bomb attacks” targeting three “Taliban vehicles” in Jalalabad on Saturday, and another “bomb attack” Sunday on “a Taliban vehicle”. “More than 35 Taliban militia members were killed or wounded, in a series of explosions that took place,” it said.

Both IS and the Taliban are hardline Sunni Islamist groups, but they differ on the issues of religion and strategy, which has led to bloody fighting between the two. The Taliban and IS were enemies before foreign troops left Afghanistan. The Taliban have focused on taking control of Afghanistan, while IS affiliates in Afghanistan and elsewhere call for global jihad. As the Taliban face major economic and security challenges in trying to govern Afghanistan, IS attacks will further complicate those efforts.

IS-K also claimed responsibility for a bloody attack that killed more than 160 Afghans and 13 US troops at Kabul airport at the end of August as tens of thousands tried to flee the Taliban .