Taliban says eight killed in Pakistan’s two air strikes in Afghanistan


Kabul: afghanistan'S Taliban said on Monday that Pakistan executed two air strikes In Afghan territory, five women and three children were killed, with a spokesman condemning the attacks as a violation of sovereignty.
The attacks come as the neighbors have accused Pakistan of responsibility for recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan, which it says were launched from Afghan soil, although Afghanistan's ruling Taliban has denied this.
“The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan does not allow anyone to compromise security by using Afghan territory,” Taliban administration spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said in a statement.
Five women and three children were killed in the attacks in the eastern part border province He said, of Khost and Paktika.
Pakistan's military and Foreign Office did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the attacks, which came after unidentified terrorists On Saturday, seven security forces were killed in an attack on a military post in Pakistan.
Although it was not immediately clear what motivated the attack, Pakistani government and security officials say such attacks have increased in recent months, many of them claimed by the Pakistani Taliban (TTP) and from Afghan soil. Have been started.
The Afghan Taliban has refused to allow Afghan territory to be used by terrorists.
“Pakistan should not blame Afghanistan for its lack of control, incompetence and problems in its territory,” spokesman Mujahid said in the statement.
“Such incidents could have very bad consequences that would be beyond Pakistan's control.”

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