September 27, 2022

Offensive pushed back in north; civilians suffer casualties in airstrikes  

Offensive pushed back in north; civilians suffer casualties in airstrikes  

KUNDUZ, Nov. 1 – In a report from northern province of Kunduz, Mujahideen repelled the enemy ground operation supported by the U.S aerial attacks in Chahar Darah district of Kudzu province on Wednesday, forcing the enemy to retreat with heavy losses.

Later, the U.S invaders war planes bombed out the residential area, damaging a number of the homes and inflicting heavy losses on the civilians.

In another report from Kunduz, an Arbaki was killed with 2 more wounded in surprise attack by Mujahideen in Imam Sahib district of the province early today.

In a report from neighboring province of Baghlan, the enemy used heavy arms, targeting homes and shops belonging to civilians in Boraka district of Baghlan province, in which a number of the shops, homes and 1 Masjid (mosque) were flattened, while heavy losses were inflicted on the civilians.

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