Hundreds of people in capital Kabul protested over Taliban’s attacks, killing civilians in the central regions of the country.


Hundreds of people in capital Kabul protested over Taliban’s attacks, killing civilians in the central regions of the country.
The protest rally began Sunday night and underway on Monday.
The protesters gathered in front of the presidential palace, urging the government to deploy assistance troops to the central regions in order to back up the local forces.

Meanwhile, the security forces blocked roads to the presidential palace on Monday morning.
On the other hand, the students at the Kabul university demonstrated Monday morning and closed the door of the university.

The Taliban group has launched a massive attack on Ghazni’s Jaghori and Malistan districts as well as on the Uruzgan-e Khas district.
As a result of the attacks, a number of security forces and the civilians were killed or wounded.
In addition, hundreds of families were forces to leave their houses.


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