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Afghan Human Rights Commission Urges Conflicting Parties to Reduce Violence

Afghanistan Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) has urged warring parties to reduce violence and take measures to protect lives of civilians.

The Killid Group
4 Apr 2021
Afghan Human Rights Commission Urges Conflicting Parties to Reduce Violence
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According to figures provided by the commission, as many as 21 civilians, including eight women and a dozen children, were wounded in Saturday’s clashes between government forces and the Taliban in Alisheng district of Laghman province.

The commission has called on conflicting parties to care about the lives of civilians and refrain to carry out attacks near residential houses.

It also reiterated on comprehensive ceasefire and stepping up peace talks to end the war and protect the human rights.

In the battlefield, intensified hostilities have been inflicting heavy casualties on combatants from both warring sides despite peace efforts of the two negotiating teams who push for bringing the war of Afghanistan to an end.

Negotiators from both the government and the Taliban have been meeting in Doha since months, but they have yet to succeed to end the decades-long war in the country.

 

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