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A number of killed, injured in blasts and clashes throughout Afghanistan

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A string of near-daily assaults in latest weeks has killed authorities officers, judges, journalists and activists.

At the very least 4 Afghan safety power members, together with a commander, have been killed and 7 critically injured in blasts in japanese and southern provinces, officers say, including that three civilians have been injured within the east.

No armed group instantly claimed accountability for the three assaults, which come amid a surge in violence in Afghanistan as clashes intensify between authorities forces and Taliban fighters.

A string of near-daily roadside bombings in latest weeks has killed authorities officers, judges, journalists and activists.

The bloodshed comes as United States-brokered peace talks in Qatar between the Taliban and representatives of the Afghan authorities have staggered in latest months.

US President Joe Biden’s workforce is reviewing a peace-building deal that the federal government of his predecessor Donald Trump sealed with the Taliban in February 2020. The pact requires all US and allied forces to depart the nation by Might 1.

The US has decreased the variety of troops in Afghanistan to 2,500 from the 12,000 there when the settlement was signed. However violence stays excessive, with the US and Afghan governments largely blaming the Taliban.

On Saturday, a police spokesman in southern Kandahar province stated a blast there was attributable to a Humvee filled with explosives that focused a police outpost, injuring seven police personnel.

Afghanistan’s defence ministry stated “18 Taliban terrorists have been killed and 9 others have been wounded” in an operation in Arghandab district of Kandahar province on Friday evening.

An explosion focused the police commander within the Chapa Dara district of japanese Kunar province, killing 4 native police personnel, together with the commander, stated a provincial police spokesman.

A roadside bomb blast injured three civilians in Jalalabad, the capital of japanese Nangarhar province.