In this city of 360,000 people in eastern Afghanistan, among other things, a police car belonging to the Taliban’s law enforcement forces. There were also two other seizures.
According to the medical services in Nangarhar province, whose capital is Jalalabad, the death toll in the three attacks was higher than what was reported by the Taliban representative: three dead.
As of Saturday afternoon, no organization had claimed responsibility for the attacks in Jalalabad. In this context, AFP states that Nangarhar Province is a region with highly developed structures of the Islamic State-Khorasan (IS-K), which competes with the Taliban in Afghanistan. Islamic State structures in Khorasan were behind the attack on Kabul airport on August 26, which killed more than 100 people.
In addition to these attacks in the east of the country, Afghanistan is more or less organized, and public life is slowly returning to normal under the social and religious order imposed by the Taliban.
Private schools reopened on Saturday and students can return to them. However, this privilege applies only to boys. The Agence France-Presse indicates that neither girls nor teachers are allowed by the Taliban to enroll in schools.
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