Taliban 'Massacres' Over 100 Afghans for Being Gov't Sympathisers at Pakistan Border, Official Says | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Taliban 'Massacres' Over 100 Afghans for Being Gov't Sympathisers at Pakistan Border, Official Says

The Taliban* claims that it now controls nearly 90 percent of Afghanistan's border areas, including that with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Iran. The Afghan forces are currently involved in an intense fight with the Islamist insurgent group to re-take the entire Spin Boldak district at the Pakistan border.

More than 100 residents of Afghanistan's Spin Boldak have been dragged out and killed by the Taliban* on accusations of being civilian government sympathisers, a Defence Ministry spokesperson told Sputnik on Thursday.

"They are massacring people in parts of the district controlled by them. They are raiding their homes, looting their belongings, and killing them", Fawad Aman, a spokesperson at Afghanistan's Ministry of National Defence, told Sputnik.

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