Afghan Taliban kidnap dozens of bus passengers near Kunduz

A map showing where Kunduz is in Afghanistan

Greater Than 100 individuals are mentioned to have been kidnapped after Taliban militants launched an ambush on three buses in northern Afghanistan.

Security forces sent to the world close to Kunduz are said to be concerned with fierce clashes with the militants.

It comes an afternoon after the government introduced a conditional ceasefire.

President Ashraf Ghani mentioned it would come into effect on Monday if the Taliban standard, but the militants haven’t replied but.

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Esmatullah Muradi, a spokesman for the Kunduz governor, instructed Reuters information agency the bus passengers were taken to “an undisclosed region” after being forced from the buses on Monday morning.

There are conflicting studies of ways many people have been taken. Afghanistan’s Tolo News mentioned the quantity may well be as high as 170.

Mohammad Yusouf Ayubi, Kunduz’s provincial council head, informed news agency AP he believed the militants had been searching for executive or security pressure employees.

The Taliban have launched a few attacks in recent weeks.

The greatest was the assault on the town of Ghazni, east of Kabul, which sparked a five-day fight with executive forces that left hundreds useless or wounded. The UN has warned that as much as ONE HUNDRED FIFTY civilians would possibly had been killed.

However, the Taliban have yet to comment on this most up-to-date incident.

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