The Freedom Front, an anti-Taliban military movement, claimed it conducted four attacks attacks on Taliban targets on Friday. The front said that at least 10 Taliban members were killed and nine were injured.
The assaults occurred in Kabul, Parwan, and Takhar provinces. Early Friday, fighters attacked a Taliban checkpoint in Parwan’s Bagram district, killing three and wounding two, the group reported.
In Kabul’s Kote Sangi area Friday evening, another attack left four Taliban dead, including a commander, and three wounded. The Front also cited an attack in Kabul’s Dasht-e-Barchi, claiming two Taliban deaths and three injuries.
Furthermore, the front asserted a Taliban commander’s death on the Taloqan-Kunduz route, with another individual injured.
Contradicting these claims, the Taliban acknowledged only the Kote Sangi incident, attributing the blast to a hand grenade on a water reservoir by unknown men. Kabul’s Taliban security spokesperson, Khalid Zadran, insisted no one was harmed.