TOLOnews 6pm News 03 October 2015

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TOLOnews correspondent Wali Arian who is embedded with an Afghan Special Forces unit along the Kunduz frontline has said that the city and surrounds is still at war and that the streets of Kunduz are deserted of civilians. He said the special forces have however pledged to avenge the Taliban for the atrocities the group has committed against the people of Kunduz.

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 In addition to forcing the Taliban back from Kunduz city, the Afghan troops are also transporting injured civilians to hospitals – a move that civilians have welcomed. TOLOnews journalist Sharif Amiry – who was the first journalist to make his way into the city of Kunduz – said the security forces were being attacked by the Taliban from civilian homes, where they are hiding.

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