According to the publication, in the lunch area on Sunday, October 24, a shootout began on the streets of the city, which lasted until the end of the day. Among the victims are seven children and three women. Several other people were injured and taken to a local hospital.
It is reported that this is the first such armed clash in Herat since the Taliban took control of the city on August 12.
Earlier it was reported that a car hit a mine in the Afghan city of Jalalabad. As a result of the explosion, a child was killed and two other people were injured. The incident occurred in the Behsud quarter, located in the Eighth district of the city. There are suggestions that the mine was intended for militants of the radical Taliban movement.
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