AIHRC Says International Community Should Press Involved Parties in Afghanistan War to Reduce Violence

Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) says at least 13 civilians have been killed in 10 incidents in Afghanistan during the past six days.

A statement issued by AIHRC on Sunday said the incidents took place in Kabul, Herat, Ghor, Kunar, Kunduz and Paktia provinces.
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“13 people, including 8 men, 3 children and 2 women were killed, and 93 others, including 47 men, 25 women and 21 children, have been wounded in the last six days alone,” the statement said.

The AIHRC has called on the involved parties in Afghanistan war to respect international humanitarian law.

The commission also called on the United Nations and the international community to declare a reduction in violence as a “true measure” of the parties’ claims to peace and to put pressure on them to end the violence and establish a ceasefire.

For several months now, the level of violence has risen as the Afghan peace talks officially begin. In addition to the day-to-day clashes between Afghan security forces and the Taliban, which has also resulted in civilian casualties, the level of targeted assassinations and the detonation of magnetic mines in Kabul and other provinces has increased in recent months.

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