Bloody crackdown in Afghanistan: At least three killed in Taliban protests

Bloody crackdown in Afghanistan: At least three killed in Taliban protests
Taliban patrol in Herat (Reuters)

At least three people were shot dead on Tuesday during demonstrations against the Taliban regime suppression of islamic forces.

Feather Herat, the main city in western Afghanistan, killed two protesters and wounded at least eight, he said. AFP a local doctor on condition of anonymity, while in Parwan The local agency said that a young man was also shot dead. horse.

In recent days there have been rallies in Kabul, Herat and Mazar-e-Sharif (North) Condemn the violent repression of the new Taliban regime in Panjshir province, as well as Pakistani interference in Afghan affairs. Very close to Islamists in power.

At least two eyewitnesses involved in a protest in the capital told efe The Taliban tried to disperse the demonstration with warning shots. Journalists and attendees also condemned the suppression of the demonstrations.

Taliban suppression in Kabul (Reuters)
Taliban suppression in Kabul (Reuters)

Afghan news channel Tolo reported in a statement that one of its cameras, Wahid Ahmadi, was beaten up by the Taliban while he was detained for hours until he was released.

“The cameraman of Tolo Wahid Ahmadi has been released after being detained by the Taliban for nearly three hours. His camera has been returned along with the video of the demonstrations being covered by him,” the channel said on Twitter.

Bais Hayat, a journalist for the Afghan television network Ariana News, assured Efe that two of his other accomplices had been detained by members of the insurgent group for hours before being released.

(With information from AFP and EFE)

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