At least six members of the Afghan security forces were killed in a Taliban attack in Kunduz province in the north of the country, security sources from the Tolo News chain confirmed on Sunday.
The attack took place against several security posts near the city of Imam Sahib. The confrontation resulted in the deaths of five Afghan soldiers and one police officer for four dead Taliban and two wounded.
“The Taliban attack ended with the arrival of reinforcements and insurgents fled the area,” sources told Tolo News.
On the other hand, six civilians, including women and children, died from the explosion of a bomb when their vehicle drove past Washir, Helmand province, in the southwest of the country, according to the province’s chief of police, Mohamad Zaman Hamdard, on the same medium .