Afghanistan: One million civilians killed in last 10 years: Report

 In the last 10 years, more than one million civilian deaths have occurred

In the last 10 years, more than one million civilian deaths have occurred

Kabul … News Time

More than 100,000 civilians have been killed and injured in Afghanistan over the past decade from war and unrest. According to the news agency AFP, calling for an end to the war in Afghanistan for more than 18 years, the UN said in a report that it has affected ordinary Afghans. “I am very sad to say that over one million civilian casualties have occurred in the last 10 years,” said Tadamichi Yamamoto, a UN representative in Kabul. He said that all who are participating in the peace process worry about thousands of ordinary Afghans and especially about those who have been affected by this war and who want them to be given a chance to live so that they can contribute to Afghanistan’s reconstruction.

According to another UN report, 2018 was a bloody year for Afghanistan in which 3804 people, including 927 children, were killed. Talks have resumed after the US-Afghan Taliban interrupted contacts to end the war in Afghanistan. The US president said in a tweet that he had suspended peace talks in September this year, killing 12 people, including an American soldier. On December 7, the Taliban said that their talks with the United States had resumed. In talks with the Taliban, the United States emphasized that violence in Afghanistan should be curtailed. Apart from the signing of the peace agreement and the reduction of violence in these talks, various issues related to the Afghan issue are being discussed.


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