Taliban Warns Pakistan of 'Dire Consequences' Over Airstrikes on Afghanistan that Killed 60

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Pakistan's aircrafts bombed civilians' homes in the Spera district of the southeastern Khost province killing at least 60 civilians, said The Khaama Press.

Deputy Minister of Information and Culture and chief spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Zabiullah Mujahid, has condemned Pakistan's recent airstrikes on Khost and Kunar provinces in the strongest terms, adding that any replay will have dire implications.

Mujahid added that Afghans by defeating the US have proven that they can defend their country; hence, Pakistan should not test the patience of the people of Afghanistan.

"We are trying our best to resolve the issue through diplomatic channels and negotiations. Such acts will create tension between Pakistan and Afghanistan which will lead to conflicts that are in favour of no one," said Mujahid.

Further, Mujahid added that refugees were targeted in Khost province and mostly women and children were killed.

Pakistan's aircrafts had bombed civilians' homes in the Spera district of the south-eastern Khost province killing at least 60 civilians. Islamabad has been lamenting that Pakistani security forces are being increasingly targeted from across the border.

The Foreign Ministry of Afghanistan also summoned Pakistan's ambassador to Kabul, Mansoor Ahmad Khan, and asked for prevention of such attacks in the future.


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