Taliban Not Allowing Release Of Casualty Counts
By Emily Zanotti
New York Times reporter, Fahim Abed, who is based in Kabul, Afghanistan, is now reporting that there have been at least “40 dead bodies” and “120 wounded” transferred to Kabul area hospitals, and 60% of those incoming are in critical condition. Abed also warned that the world may not get an accurate count of casualties because the Taliban is asking health care workers on the ground not to report casualty numbers.
“At least 40 dead bodies and 120 wounded transferred to Kabul hospitals, with 60% of wounded in the critical condition,” Abed said Thursday shortly after news broke of a suicide bombing near Hamid Karzai International Airport…
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