At least 26 people were killed in the fierce conflict in Afghanistan's Kunduz province

At least 26 people have been killed in a fierce clash in the Khanabad district of Kunduz province, Afghanistan. Among them are 16 pro-government militiamen and 10 Taliban fighters. District Chief Deputy Katratullah Safi said this on Friday.

In this clash, 16 pro-government militia members and 10 Taliban rebels were killed, including Commander Abdul Hakim. At this time, 9 people including five rebels were injured.

Local villagers said several hundred Taliban fighters attacked pro-government militias in Tepa Akhtar area of Khanabad district on Friday morning. A fierce fight ensued between the two sides. The clash lasted for about three hours.

The head of Kunduz Provincial Council Mohammad Yusuf confirmed the news of the conflict and said that 16 pro-government militia members lost their lives due to the delay in strengthening the government forces there.

However, no comment has been made by the Taliban so far.

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