Intense fighting continues in Ghazni, the police HQ caught fire and collapsed to the Taliban. 113 dead bodies and 142 wounded were taken to Ghazni hospital. The hospital is running out of the capacity for treatment, they are using corridors and other available space. Officials

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ADB2535 (Antonov Design Bureau) UR82029 AN124 heavy-lifter from Baku (Azerbaijan) to Bagram AB (Afghanistan) for #ResoluteSupport military charter flight.1959z
Taliban also claimed overrunning a police check-post in Helmand, killing 4 and seizing weapons and ammo. Afghanistan5 day ago
Taliban also claimed overrunning a police check-post in Helmand, killing 4 and seizing weapons and ammo. Afghanistan
5 day ago
Fatalities among police that were dispatched from other provinces. Wounded, specially civilians, can't be treated in hospitals for both access and services. Half of the city burned down, a doctor in Ghazni city tells. Ghazni
5 day ago
Military Convoy Comes Under Attack While On Its Way To Ghazni
More than 90 Afghan officers and soldiers reportedly killed as the Taliban threatens to seize control of a key city south of Kabul
6 day ago
GHAZNI - An Afghan military convoy on its way from Paktia to Ghazni was ambushed at about 5.30pm local time in Sayed Abad district, Wardak province - about 80kms from Ghazni city. The convoy has not been able to move forward as clashes are ongoing
6 day ago
Ghazni - ANSF and foreign troops convoy are on their way to Ghazni from Kabul. The convoy is expected to reach the city later today, Wardak police chief has confirmed adding that Wardak police escorted them through their province
6 day ago
A @ResoluteSupport convoy is heading to Ghazni from Kabul after Afghan Army failed to retake Ghazni from the Taliban.
6 day ago
Taliban: 43 gunmen killed as last enemy positions in Ajiristan Daikundi overrun, 39 hireling commandos including intelligence chief detained. SPG9/2 Dshks/75mm artillery/4 PKMs/mortar/7 Aks/22 M16s/21 M4s/16 NVGs/3 pickup trucks/7 vehicle load ammo/other equip seized- Ahmadi
6 day ago
Taliban Capture Khwaja Omari District in Ghazni Province
6 day ago
Intense fighting continues in Ghazni, the police HQ caught fire and collapsed to the Taliban. 113 dead bodies and 142 wounded were taken to Ghazni hospital. The hospital is running out of the capacity for treatment, they are using corridors and other available space. Officials
Afghanistan: This footage was shot this morning in Ghazni.6 day ago
Afghanistan: This footage was shot this morning in Ghazni.
Taliban are transferring Prisoners from Ghazni prison to safe places.
1 week ago
Taliban: Key base of Ajiristan district Daikundi targeted with suicide attack attack followed by armed assault, tens of gunmen killed/wounded, 25 hireling commandos detained, rest searching for way out
1 week ago
Taliban: All previously captured points inside Ghazni city are still under Mujahidin control, enemy has failed to advance
1 week ago
The prison of Ghazni province was captured by Taliban, all the prisoners were freed and arrived at a safe place.
Heavy attacks currently underway on Ghazni NDS HQ and Prison. 55 APCs/pickup trucks seized so far in Ghazni battle, more than 100 unit heavy/light weaponry along with huge amount ammo/equip seized and transferred to secure location last night.
1 week ago
Telecom signals still down in Ghazni where the city is still under siege by Taliban. Over 60 tanks reportedly arrived in the city, a sign that will boost s security forces' morale.
A pair of Rescue MH60s flying low over Kabul downtown. They're from one of the many rescue squadrons of the US Air Force providing rescue and medevac to NATO troops.1 week ago
A pair of Rescue MH60s flying low over Kabul downtown. They're from one of the many rescue squadrons of the US Air Force providing rescue and medevac to NATO troops.
U.S. attack helicopters, drone, B-1 bomber used to repel Taliban attack in Ghazni 90 miles SW Kabul, Afghanistan: statement. Local reports say at least 14 Afghan police officers killed overnight in attacks
Afghan Taliban attacked and entered Ghazni city in Afghanistan. US forces launch airstrikes to counter a major Taliban assault on the Afghan provincial capital of Ghazni1 week ago
Afghan Taliban attacked and entered Ghazni city in Afghanistan. US forces launch airstrikes to counter a major Taliban assault on the Afghan provincial capital of Ghazni
1 week ago
Afghan Ministry of Defense: We failed the attempt of the Taliban to control the city of Ghazni
Taliban fighters storm Afghanistan's Ghazni, seize parts of city
AFG: Mullah Idress Taliban Special Forces Commander is in charge of the attack against Ghazni city. Taliban Special Forces from Helmand, Kandahar and in Ghazni's Nawa district Al-Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent joining the fight, an Afghan intelligence official tells
ANDSF troops are concentrated near USA base at the Ghazni airport trying to make a last stand from where they could launch counter attack. Taliban brought reinforcements from Nangarhar Mobile services are down in the city Afghanistan
1 week ago
Taliban have stormed Ghazni city in southeast Afghanistan, burning police checkpoints, shelling houses, and seizing parts of the city. U.S. warplanes and drones providing government forces with air support. It was unclear how much of Ghazni was under government control.
1 week ago
Afghan officials: Taliban attacks capital of Ghazni province, leaving at least 9 security forces wounded.
1 week ago
New Taliban backup has arrived to Ghazni city
Kabul – Zalmay Wardak, a retired army general and military affairs analyst, was assassinated in Kabul on Thursday evening. Afghanistan1 week ago
Kabul – Zalmay Wardak, a retired army general and military affairs analyst, was assassinated in Kabul on Thursday evening. Afghanistan
Ghazni - Sources say heavy fighting is ongoing between government forces and Taliban in Ghazni City. Afghanistan1 week ago
Ghazni - Sources say heavy fighting is ongoing between government forces and Taliban in Ghazni City. Afghanistan
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