Military Situation In Afghanistan On August 8, 2021 (Map Update)

Support SouthFront

Military Situation In Afghanistan On August 8, 2021 (Map Update)

Click to see full-size image

  • On August 8, Taliban captured Sare Pol city in Sare Pol province
  • On August 8, Taliban captured most of Kunduz city in Kunduz province
  • On August 8, clashes between the Afghan Army and Taliban continued to the west and south of Herat city
  • On August 8, clashes between the Afghan Army and Taliban continued inside the city of Lashkar Gah
  • On August 7, Taliban captured Khaja Do Kuh in Jowzjan province
  • 572 Taliban militants were killed and 143 others were wounded as a result of Afghan Army operations in Nangarhar,Laghman,Ghazni,Paktia,Paktika, Kandahar,Uruzgan,Herat,Farah, Jowzjan,Sar-e Pol,Faryab,Helmand, Nimruz, Takhar, Kunduz, Badakhshan and Kapisa provinces during the last 24 hours, according to the Afghan MOD

MORE ON THE TOPIC:

Support SouthFront

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
5 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Diaper hasbara Dan

The military situation for the US installed puppet regime is baaaad. Ashraf Ghani should have kept his day job at Langley like the backstabber Zalmay Khalilzad. The Americunt ar$sholes created this mess and will cause a new wave of refugees which the bastards won’t accept. The Eurotrash NATO racists have also created problems for all neighboring states.

John

Death to Wahabi Taliban.

John

And death to Afghan president Ashraf Ghani and Pakistani government. Long live the Afghani people.

S Balu

John
Do you mean death to USA and DHOTIWALLAS ?

S Balu

US Airstrikes Destroy Health Clinic, School, Kill Civilians in Helmand
Security officials said that the US strikes hit areas where the Taliban were hidden( US is lying ). This left Shaheed Anwar Khan High School and the government run clinic totally destroyed. Locals described street-to-street fighting in neighborhoods, which was also endangering civilians.
Airstrikes have done substantial harm to Afghan civilians for decades, and the latest US strikes show that hasn’t changed. At the same time, there is no indication that thesestrikes are changing the situation on the ground, and the Afghan government seems fine being an apologist for the strikes, claiming that the Taliban were there.