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89 killed, 150 wounded in Taliban attacks in Afghanistan: ONSC

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By: The Kabul Times
KABUL: According to Office of the National Security Council (ONSC) 89 civilians were killed in “Taliban attacks” in the last two weeks.
The information provided by ONSC says that “150” civilians were also wounded in Taliban attacks in the last two weeks.
According to a chart provided by the ONSC, Kandahar has the highest number of civilian casualties with 22 killed, while Kabul has the highest number of wounded, with 42.
Other provinces mentioned in the chart are Uruzgan (one killed, one wounded), Badghis (one killed), Parwan (4 killed, 3 wounded), Paktia (3 wounded), Paktika (2 killed, 1 wounded), Takhar (1 killed, 5 wounded), Jawzjan (2 wounded), Sar-e-Pul (9 killed, 9 wounded), Ghazni (3 killed, 4 wounded), Ghor (6 killed, 4 wounded), Faryab (5 killed, 9 wounded), Kabul (5 killed, 42 wounded), Kapisa (1 killed, 11 wounded), Kunduz (7 killed, 10 wounded), Kandahar (22 killed, 33 wounded), Kunar (6 killed), Logar (3 killed, 2 wounded), Nangarhar (2 killed, 3 wounded), Nuristan (1 killed, 1 wounded), Herat (1 killed, 3 wounded), Helmand (1 wounded), Wardak (7 wounded), Badakhshan (4 killed), Baghlan (1 killed), Daikundi (1 killed), Zabul (1 wounded), Laghman (1 killed) and Nimroz (1 wounded).
The ONSC has not provided further details on the nature of the attacks.
This comes as blasts targeted mosques in Kabul in recent weeks, killing top clerics and injuring dozens others.

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