Afghan Forces Struggle To Regain Control As Losses Mount, U.S. Watchdog Says

Afghan government is struggling to recover control of districts lost to Taliban militants while casualties among security forces have reached record levels, a U.S. government watchdog says. The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) highlighted in its latest quarterly report on October 31 the heavy pressure on the government in Kabul. "The control of Afghanistan's districts, population, and territory overall became more contested this quarter," the agency said. The Taliban have still not succeeded in taking a major provincial center despite assaults on the provinces of Farah and Ghazni this year, but they control large parts of the countryside, the SIGAR report says.

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