United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan
19 dead after blast at religious school in Afghanistan

Earlier in September, at least 54 people, mostly girls, were killed when two improvised explosives were detonated in western Kabul’s education center

Afghan Car bomb blast Attacks against civilians continue in Afghanistan

At least 25 civilians, including children, lost their lives in a bomb blast in a market area in Afghanistan’s Helmand province on June 29, Monday. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far

Attacks increase in Afghanistan Afghanistan records increasing Taliban attacks ahead of negotiations

The Afghan government claims that last week was the bloodiest in the country’s 19 years of fighting. The National Security Council noted that 422 attacks were carried out by the Taliban leading to the death of close to 300 security personnel

Government and US forces kill more civilians than the Taliban in 2019

A UN report documented that pro-government and international forces were responsible for 305 of the 581 deaths recorded so far this year. This is a 39% increase from the same period last year

Afganistan US airstrike kills ten minors, three civilians in Afghanistan

The attack on the city of Kunduz was condemned by the UN assistance mission, which said it deliberately targeted civilian officials.

Afghanistan civilian deaths Highest number of civilians killed in Afghanistan in 2018: UN Report

A report by the UNAMA and UN Human Rights Office states that 3,804 civilians were killed in Afghanistan in 2018, the highest ever, and a majority of the killings were by the anti-government forces, including the Taliban and the Islamic State