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Afghanistan crisis: Taliban march towards Kabul capturing key cities - PICS

Taliban is wreaking havoc over Afghanistan as it continues to capture several provincial capitals in the country, the most recent being Herat and Kandahar. The Taliban captured two major Afghan cities, the country’s second- and third-largest after Kabul, and a strategic provincial capital on Thursday, further squeezing the embattled government just weeks before the end of the American military mission in Afghanistan.

India TV News Desk [ Published on: August 13, 2021 12:38 IST ]
  • Taliban fighter is seen inside the city of Farah, capital of Farah province southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan
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    Taliban fighter is seen inside the city of Farah, capital of Farah province southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan

  • Burnt cars are left after fighting between Taliban and security personnel inside the city of Farah
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    Burnt cars are left after fighting between Taliban and security personnel inside the city of Farah

  • Internally displaced Afghans from northern provinces, who fled their home due to fighting between the Taliban and Afghan security personnel
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    Internally displaced Afghans from northern provinces, who fled their home due to fighting between the Taliban and Afghan security personnel

  • Taliban fighters patrol inside the city of Farah, capital of Farah province southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan
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    Taliban fighters patrol inside the city of Farah, capital of Farah province southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan

  • Private militia loyal to Ismail Khan, the former Mujahideen commander patrols after security forces took back control of parts of Herat city following fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province
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    Private militia loyal to Ismail Khan, the former Mujahideen commander patrols after security forces took back control of parts of Herat city following fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province

  • Afghan security personnel take a position during fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province, west of Kabul, Afghanistan.
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    Afghan security personnel take a position during fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province, west of Kabul, Afghanistan.

  • Pakistani soldiers stand guard while stranded people move to cross border through Pakistan Afghan border crossing point in Chaman, Pakistan.
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    Pakistani soldiers stand guard while stranded people move to cross border through Pakistan Afghan border crossing point in Chaman, Pakistan.

  • Private militia loyal to Ismail Khan, the former Mujahideen commander, talks with each others and patrols after security forces took back control of parts of Herat city following fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province
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    Private militia loyal to Ismail Khan, the former Mujahideen commander, talks with each others and patrols after security forces took back control of parts of Herat city following fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province

  • Taliban fighters patrol inside the city of Ghazni, southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan
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    Taliban fighters patrol inside the city of Ghazni, southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan

  • A Taliban flag flies at a square in the city of Ghazni, Afghanistan, after fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces
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    A Taliban flag flies at a square in the city of Ghazni, Afghanistan, after fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces

  • Private militia loyal to Ismail Khan, the former Mujahideen commander patrols after security forces took back control of parts of Herat city following fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province
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    Private militia loyal to Ismail Khan, the former Mujahideen commander patrols after security forces took back control of parts of Herat city following fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces in Herat province

  • Supporters of the Pakistani religious group Jamiat Ulema-e Islam Nazryate party rally to celebrate the signing agreement between United States and Taliban, in Quetta, Pakistan.
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    Supporters of the Pakistani religious group Jamiat Ulema-e Islam Nazryate party rally to celebrate the signing agreement between United States and Taliban, in Quetta, Pakistan.

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