Students clash in Kabul University Dormitory over unknown reasons

A clash broke out between the students in Kabul University dormitory this afternoon with the main cause of the incident yet to be ascertained.

The Ministry of Interior confirmed that a clash broke out between the students in Kabul University dormitory but did not elaborate further regarding the circumstances surrounding the incident.

According to reports, the students hurled stones at each other and the sounds of gunshots were also heard from the area.

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Deadly clash among Afghan forces and Taliban in Nangarhar province

The Taliban militants suffered heavy casualties during a deadly clash with the Afghan security forces in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan.

The provincial government media office in a statement said the clash between the Afghan forces the Taliban militants took place late on Wednesday night.

The statement further added at least sixteen Taliban militants were killed or wounded during the clash sparked by a coordinated Taliban attack.

According to the provincial government, the Taliban militants attacked the security posts in Mamli Bagh area in Khogyani district, sparking heavy clash with the security forces.

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Another deadly clash erupt among Taliban, ISIS-K militants in Kunar

Another deadly clash erupted among the Taliban and militants affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Khurasan (ISIS-K) in eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan.

The 201st Silab Corps of the Afghan Military in the East said the latest clash between the Taliban and ISIS-K militants took place in the vicinity of Chapara Dara district.

Silab Corps further added that the clash left at least four ISIS-K militants dead while at least nine others were detained by the Taliban insurgents.

According to the Silab Corps, at least two Taliban insurgents were also captured by ISIS-K militants during the clash.

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Officials: Taliban driven out of Farah city

The local officials in western Farah province are saying that the Taliban militants have been driven out of Farah city after hours of fierce clash involving hundreds of Taliban insurgents.

Provincial governor Abdul Basir Salangi confirmed that the militants were driven out of the city in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

According to Salangi, at least twenty people including several security personnel have lost their lives during the clashes with the Taliban insurgents.

He said the Taliban militants have also suffered casualties during the clashes but did not elaborate further regarding the exact number.

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