UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Taliban, shooting kids, kids parents, latest


UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Taliban, shooting kids, kids parents, latest
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Taliban taking pictures youngsters in entrance of their dad and mom.

 

Human rights breaches and killing of civilians in Afghanistan by the Taliban are reaching new highs, particularly with rising assaults on the minority Hazara neighborhood.

On Friday, Taliban terrorists killed Dawa Khan Menapal, head of the Afghan authorities’s media and knowledge centre, in Kabul’s Darul Aman Road. Taliban’s spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid claimed accountability and lauded the terrorists over Twitter.

According to native media stories, the Taliban has murdered greater than 40 civilians in Malistan up to now one week. Most of those civilians are from minority Hazara neighborhood.

A toddler in Mata Khan district of Paktika province was hospitalised on Thursday for extreme psychological sickness after witnessing seven days of Taliban atrocity in his locality.

After taking on the management of Zaranj in Nimroz province, Taliban looted public properties and plundered homes of civilians.

Several stories are rising in Afghan media about Taliban looting, murdering, and taking civilians as hostages in and round Lashkar Gah in Helmand province.

Besides, they’re additionally forcing ladies to cook dinner, taking their garments and jewelry, and taking pictures youngsters in entrance of their dad and mom’ eyes.

Reports of civilian casualties stored coming all through final 24 hours. At least one civilian was killed and 6 others had been injured in a blast in Mazar-e-Sharif, capital of Balkh province on Thursday.

Moreover, three civilians had been killed and 34 had been injured in Herat on the identical day. Similarly, three civilians had been killed and 22 had been injured in Kandahar province on the identical time.

Addressing a press convention on Thursday, Ajmal Omar Shinwari, a spokesperson for the Afghan safety forces, knowledgeable that previously 5 days, 162 civilians had been killed and 22 have been injured in Taliban assaults throughout Afghan provinces. Shinwari additional mentioned that the Taliban had destroyed 172 colleges in several components of the nation up to now two months.

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has expressed issues over the protection and safety of individuals in Helmand and Kandahar provinces.

In an announcement on Wednesday, the Office mentioned: “In Helmand and Kandahar, there are reports of increased civilian casualties, destruction or damage to civilian houses as well as to critical infrastructure, including hospitals. Hospitals and health workers are becoming overwhelmed by the number of wounded people.”

A significant non-profit group, International Rescue Committee (IRC), mentioned: “In Afghanistan, women and children made up close to half of all civilian casualties in the first half of this year, and the latest violence should be cause for great alarm for members of the international community. Where fighting is most intense, humanitarian aid workers have also been forced to temporarily flee.”

 

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