Badakhshan Province: In Jurm District, the Afghan National Directorate of Security (NDS) claims they assassinated 14 members of a “shadow government”. The NDS says a Pakistani and a Tajik were among those running the shadow government.
Balkh Province: The governor of Balkh, General Atta Mohammad Noor, said the sham of the recent ‘successful’ elections (as declared by the Obama regime) reveals there is a “parallel government” at work in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of failed State, John Kerry, denied the accusation and went even further by warning Afghan leaders not to try anything foolish, like a military coup (never mind the fact that the Obama regime supported the military coup in Egypt and Thailand).
Helmand Province: Frustrated government officials, who’ve been getting their asses kicked by Mujahideen, are now blaming the successful Mujahideen offensive on Pakistan and Iran! However, NDS boss, Rahmatulllah Nabil, presented no evidence to Afghan news media when he made his claim. In Lashkargah City, days after the NDS made their claims against Pakistan and Iran, the NDS assassinated a Afghan Mujahideen leader.
Herat Province: In Farsi District, the district police chief was assassinated with a remote detonated bomb. Four other cops were killed as well. Near the Herat airport, three Mujahideen ambushed a convoy of Afghan National Army troops. Three ANA troops wounded. In Injil District, a Kamikaze bomber shot at an ANA bus causing it to crash. He then ran onto the bus and blew himself up. Mujahideen claim 18 U.S.-NATO trained ANA troops were killed or wounded.
Kabul Province: In Kabul City, The former Independent Election Commission boss, Ziaulhaq Amarkhil, stated that the ‘evidence’ of election fraud provided by Obama regime puppet Abdullah Abdullah is fake. Recently Abdullah demanded Amarkhil resign, which he did. But now, even with Amarkhil’s resignation Abdullah says he still will not recognize the results of the runoff election, because it shows his opponent won. Abdullah is so arrogant that he even declared himself the new president of Afghanistan and ordered his supporters to tear down pictures of Hamid Karzai! Also, when the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission held a public forum on the supposed election fraud, Abdullah refused to attend. A government vehicle blew up, killing the driver. Police are blaming it on the recent conversion of government vehicles to run on LPG (called propane in the United States). They suspect the new high pressure tank was not installed correctly and ruptured. The Afghan Interior Ministry reports hundreds of people killed and hundreds wounded by ongoing battles all across Afghanistan, since 05 July.
Kandahar Province: In Maiwand District, a motorcycle bomb exploded killing one ANA soldier, and wounding one cop and three civilians. Provincial officials report their provincial cops got in to a gun battle with cops from Nangarhar Province. Three police killed, one wounded.
Kunduz Province: In Aliabad District, during heavy fighting between Mujahideen and government forces a mortar round landed on a house, killing three children and wounding eight family members. Of course government forces blame Mujahideen.
Nimroz Province: NDS officials admit they kidnapped two men, whom they accuse of being terrorist masterminds along with five other men.
Nuristan Province: NDS officials admit they kidnapped a man they accuse of being terrorist mastermind.
Parwan Province: In Bagram District, Charikar City, the Czech Republic revealed that four of their NATO soldiers were killed by a kamikaze bomber on a bicycle. Two Afghan cops and 10 civilians were also killed. Eight people wounded.
Uruzgan Province: In Chora District, provincial police tried to draft villagers in the Kunj area to patrol the local highway. The villagers refused. The cops then made an example of one of the villagers by killing him.
Zabul Province: Police are using the excuse of stopping suicide bombers to explain why they shot and killed three men in one truck on the Kabul-Kandahar highway.
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration will reimpose a ban on U.S. military contractors sending Filipinos to work in Afghanistan. The ban was first imposed in 2002, but lifted last year. The Filipino Department of Foreign Affairs has declared Afghanistan to be at crisis alert level 3 and asked all Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) to return home. Despite the 2002-12 ban on OFWs working in Afghanistan it was revealed that U.S. military contractors managed to get more than 8-thousand Filipinos into Afghanistan (which suggests human trafficking ops by U.S. contractors)!
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) paid for the growing, picking and shipping of 22.5 metric tons of Afghan pomegranates to Russia. It’s a U.S. taxpayer funded operation called Commercial Horticulture and Marketing Program (CHAMP). U.S. taxpayers have also helped Afghan farmers ship grapes to India and United Arab Emirates, the most recent shipment weighed in at 170 metric tons! The U.S. taxpayer funded program paid for a cold storage process to allow Afghan growers to ship their agricultural produce outside their country. USAID estimates that the U.S. taxes have helped Afghan farmers make $15-million USD from exporting their fruit.