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  1. Zelensky says about 1,300 Ukrainian troops killed so far; urges West to get more involved in peace negotiations
  2. Remains of Mohammad Altaf Bhat and Mudasir Ahmed Gul who were hurriedly buried by authorities handed over to relatives for reburial
  3. A US drone strike that left scores of Afghans dead was not criminal conduct, instead, it was an honest mistake, said a Pentagon probe
  4. US Central Command commander General Kenneth McKenzie admitted that the US drone strike in Kabul killed 10 civilians, not the Daesh terrorists
  5. The report states that the Taliban were pressed to allow the departures by US Special Representative Zalmay Khalilzad
  6. Civilian casualties were 8,820 in 2020, according to the United Nations? mission to Afghanistan?s annual report
  7. 'Indian troops resorted to unprovoked fire of heavy weapons including mortars along LOC in Lepa valley,' ISPR said
  8. Eighteen United Nations (UN) troops and two civilians were wounded Thursday in a mortar attack on a military base in northern Mali. Photo: AFPEighteen United Nations (UN) troops and two civilians were wounded in a mortar attack on a military base in northern Mali on Thursday, as reported by a UN official, after the war-torn country faced fresh violence by a militancy. Olivier Salgado, the spokesperson for the UN mission in Mali, said the toll was "preliminary." Mali has been struggling to contain an extremist insurgency that erupted in the north in 2012, which has claimed thousands of military and civilian lives since. Read more: Mali helicopter collision: 13 French soldiers killed An internal UN report seen by AFP said 15 mortar rounds landed "inside and around" the military base in Tessalit, in northern Mali, close to the border with Algeria. Camp personnel took shelter in a bunker, the report said, adding that two Malian civilians were wounded in the section of camp harbouring French soldiers. Some 4,500 French troops are deployed in the Sahel region, while the UN has a 13,000-strong peacekeeping force in Mali. The Tessalit camp hosts a battalion of troops from Chad, as well French troops. Related:Burkina Faso witnesses violence as 35 killed in militant attack 10 UN peacekeepers killed in Mali attack
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  10. Dozo hunters are believed to have carried out the attack. Photo: AFPBAMAKO: At least 32 civilians were killed and ten are missing following an attack in central Mali, believed to have been carried out by traditional hunters, local officials said...
  11. Huthi rebels in Yemen fired a "projectile" at the southwestern Saudi province of Jazan killing three civilians Saturday, the Saudi-led coalition fighting the insurgents said. Photo: fileRIYADH: Huthi rebels in Yemen fired a "projectile" at the...
  12. RAWALPINDI: Indian troops targetted civilians as they initiated 'unprovoked' firing along the Working Boundary in Harpal and Charwah sectors on Monday, according to the military?s media wing Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).?Indian troops...
  13. RAWALPINDI: Five Pakistani civilians were injured in unprovoked firing by Indian forces across the Line of Control (LoC) on Wednesday, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.Indian forces targetted civilian population in...
  14. People gather at a prison struck by Arab coalition warplanes in al-Zaydiyah district of Hodeidah, Yemen, October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad/Files HODEIDAH: An air strike by the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen killed 12 civilians on...
  15. Everyone in the Indian Air Force is already a hero in every sense, but for 488 people stranded in the snow in Jammu, the Air Force became a personal saviour as well. The IAF serves and protects the country and some people got to experience that first-hand. A public relations officer (Defence) said that IAF was able to successfully rescue about 488 civilians stranded in the recent snow and cold waves in the Jammu region by air lifting them from Udhampur to Leh. © Wikipedia According to him, a lot of people were left stranded in the Jammu and Udhampur regions due to the recent snow in the entire northern areas of Jammu and Kashmir. Putting the special aircraft IL-76, popularly known as Gajraj, to the best use, IAF airlifted all the people as requested by the Jammu and Kashmir government. The PRO said, “The Indian Air Force once again came to the rescue of the stranded civilians of Jammu and Kashmir state by air lifting 239 passengers on March 6, 2018 and 249 passengers on March 7, 2018 from Udhampur to Leh.” © Twitter He added, “Special arrangements were made by Air Force Station Udhampur and District Administration Udhampur for Security and Marshalling of civilians, which included women and children as well, into the technical area of the Air Force.” And, this was not even the first time, obviously. Adding this, IAF has rescued 955 stranded passengers by airlifting them from Udhampur and taking them to Leh. Well, we salute them for saving all these people.
  16. Smoke rises from the besieged Eastern Ghouta in Damascus, Syria. Photo: Reuters Syrian President Bashar al-Assad vowed to continue an offensive in eastern Ghouta near Damascus on Sunday as his forces advanced into the last major rebel enclave near the capital. The offensive is one of the deadliest in the war and one local insurgent group called it a ?scorched earth? campaign. The government is pressing on despite Western calls for it to abide by a 30-day, countrywide ceasefire demanded by the UN Security Council. ?We will continue fighting terrorism ... and the Ghouta operation is a continuation of fighting terrorism,? Assad said in comments to journalists broadcast on state TV. The advances have forced thousands of civilians to flee deeper into the rebel-held territory, where some 400,000 people live, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and a resident said on Sunday. Government forces need to advance just a few more kilometres (miles) further to split the enclave in two, said a commander in the military alliance that backs Assad. The Observatory said government forces had seized a quarter of the territory. Assad said there was no contradiction between daily, five-hour humanitarian ceasefires called by his ally Russia, and ongoing combat operations, noting that advances by government forces in the last few days had occurred during the truce. The Russian ceasefire plan calls for five-hour pauses to allow for aid deliveries and evacuations of civilians and wounded. The U.S. State Department has called the Russian plan a?joke? and the White House on Sunday accused Russia of killing Syrian civilians. Assad, in his first comments on the offensive, said most people in Ghouta wanted to return to state rule. ?Therefore we must continue with the operation and in parallel open the way for civilians to leave,? he said. Russia and Damascus have accused rebels of preventing civilians from leaving eastern Ghouta during the daily ceasefires. Rebels have consistently denied this accusation and say people will not leave because they fear the government. A UN humanitarian official said people in eastern Ghouta were being subjected to unacceptable?collective punishment?, which is illegal under the Geneva Conventions. Assad dismissed Western statements about the humanitarian situation in eastern Ghouta as?a ridiculous lie?. With the war entering its eighth year, capturing the eastern Ghouta area would be a major victory for Assad, who has steadily recovered control of rebellious areas with Russian and Iranian support. The White House, in its strongest accusations of Moscow?s complicity in the offensive to date, said on Sunday that Russian military aircraft carried out at least 20 daily bombing missions in Damascus and eastern Ghouta between February 24 and February 28. ?Russia has gone on to ignore (a UN ceasefire?s) terms and to kill innocent civilians under the false auspices of counter-terrorism operations,? the White House said in a statement, saying the Russian aircraft had taken off from Syria?s Humaymim Airfield. French President Emmanuel Macron asked his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani to put pressure on the Syrian government to end attacks against the Ghouta region and to allow humanitarian aid to flow. British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed in a phone call with US President Donald Trump that Russia must use its influence to make Damascus cease the eastern Ghouta campaign, May?s office said. Without decisive Western pressure to halt the offensive, eastern Ghouta appears on course to meet the same fate as other rebel areas retaken by Assad, such as eastern Aleppo, recovered using similar tactics of siege, bombardment and ground assaults. Rebels eventually withdrew from eastern Aleppo in late 2016 in a mediated deal, leaving to opposition-held territory near the Turkish border. The multi-sided war, which has killed hundreds of thousands of people since 2011, has escalated on several fronts this year, as the collapse of Islamic State has given way to other conflicts between Syrian and international parties. ?Scorched earth? One of the main insurgent groups in eastern Ghouta, Jaish al-Islam, said the government?s?scorched earth policy? had forced rebels to retreat and regroup, but vowed to recover lost territory. One resident estimated that thousands of people were on the move and seeking shelter in areas further from the frontlines. The Observatory estimated that between 300 to 400 families, which is likely several thousand people, had fled areas seized by government forces since Saturday. The pro-Assad commander said civilians were fleeing to the town of Douma. The Observatory says government shelling and air strikes have killed 659 people in eastern Ghouta since February 18, while rebel shelling of Damascus has killed 27. UN regional humanitarian coordinator Panos Moumtzis said violence has escalated in eastern Ghouta and mortars fired into Damascus had killed and injured scores of civilians. ?Instead of a much-needed reprieve, we continue to see more fighting, more death, and more disturbing reports of hunger and hospitals being bombed,? Moumtzis said in a statement. The United Nations later issued a statement saying it had received approval for a 46-truck convoy to the Ghouta town of Douma on Monday, carrying health and nutrition supplies, and food for 27,500 people. A second trip was planned for Thursday. Earlier, a UN official in Syria told Reuters a humanitarian convoy carrying life-saving supplies would not enter eastern Ghouta as had been planned on Sunday, citing a lack of permission. ?Disturbing reports? Moumtzis also expressed concern about the situation in Afrin, a Kurdish region under Turkish assault since January, saying there were ?disturbing reports? of civilian deaths and injuries and restrictions on civilian movement. Turkey, backed by Syrian militias, has gained ground in recent days in Afrin. The Observatory said the advancing forces could soon besiege Afrin city, where 1 million people live. The Observatory said Turkish forces had advanced to within 12 km of Afrin. Turkey?s army said on Sunday it captured seven settlements including the town of Sheikh Hadid. Turkish forces have taken control of the roads from Rajo and Jandaris to Afrin, it also said in a statement. Turkey has rejected Western calls for it to suspend the Afrin assault in line with the U.N. ceasefire, which does not apply to Islamic State, al Qaeda and groups associated with it, or other groups deemed terrorists by the Security Council. Turkey views the YPG as an extension of the Kurdistan Workers? Party (PKK), which has fought a three-decade insurgency in Turkey and is deemed a terrorist group by the United States, the European Union and Turkey. The YPG has been an important ally for the United States in the fight against Islamic State.
  17. MOSCOW: Five Russian citizens may have been killed in Syria in clashes with US-led coalition forces this month, but they were not Russian military personnel, a Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman told a news briefing on Thursday. The spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said media reports about dozens or hundreds of Russian dead in Syria were "disinformation". Associates of Russian private military contractors fighting alongside government forces in Syria have said there were large-scale casualties among the contractors when US-led coalition forces clashed with pro-government forces in Syria´s Deir al-Zor province on February 7.
  18. RAWALPINDI: Three civilians were wounded on Sunday when Indian Security Forces resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control, said the Inter-Services Public Relations. The Army?s media cell said that firing targeted civilian population in Battal, Hot Spring and Khuiratta sectors. Three civilians include two women, 24-year-old Saba Azad and 36-year-old Nagina Aqsad, who got injured, according to the ISPR statement. Pakistan Army effectively responded to Indian ceasefire violations and targeted the posts which initiated unprovoked firing, causing substantial damage, said the ISPR. Last week, a civilian was martyred and two children were injured after Indian security forces opened unprovoked fire in Nezapir and Rawalkot sectors. In 2018, Indian forces carried out more than 150 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary in just 20 days, resulting in the martyrdom of nine innocent civilians, while injuring 40 others. In 2017, Indian forces committed more than 1900 ceasefire violations.
  19. Turkish-backed Syrian rebels and soldiers prepare to burn the Kurdish People´s Protection Units (YPG) flag at Mount Barsaya on the Syrian-Turkish border. -AFP AFRIN: Clashes and air strikes again hit Syria's border region of Afrin on Monday, with new civilian casualties reported as Turkey pursued an offensive against Kurdish forces. The operation, launched on January 20, sees Turkey providing air and ground support to Syrian opposition fighters in an offensive against Kurdish militia in northwestern Syria. Ankara, which considers the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) in Syria a "terror" group, has vowed to continue and possibly expand the operation despite international concern and strained relations with Washington. In reaction to the offensive, the Kurds have said they will not attend peace talks aimed at resolving Syria's long civil war which will be held Tuesday in the Russian city of Sochi. Turkish air strikes and artillery fire were continuing Monday in northern and western parts of Afrin, a predominantly Kurdish region of Syria on the border with Turkey, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group. "Fighting has intensified on several fronts," said Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the Britain-based Observatory, which uses a network of long-established sources to monitor Syria´s war. He said pro-Turkish forces had captured eight areas near the border since the start of the operation. The Turkish military said Sunday it had seized control of Mount Barsaya near the town of Afrin, a strategically important high point. At least 14 people, including five children, died Sunday in Turkish air strikes on the region, the Observatory said. Clouds of smoke It says 55 civilians have been killed since the start of the offensive. Turkey strongly rejects such claims, saying it is doing everything possible to avoid civilian casualties in the operation. At the main hospital in Afrin, a pick-up truck pulled up on Sunday carrying wounded civilians, including children in blood-stained clothes, who were rushed inside for treatment. Clouds of black smoke were seen rising from the hills around Afrin, but fighting has not yet reached the city. Shops were open and many residents were going about their business as normal, walking outside and gathering in public squares. Turkey says seven of its soldiers have died since operation "Olive Branch" was launched, while around 40 others have been injured. At least 76 pro-Turkish rebels have been killed, as well as 78 Kurdish fighters, according to the Observatory. The Turkish army said in a statement on Monday that "597 terrorists have been neutralised" since the start of the operation. Turkish relations with the United States have soured over Ankara's stance on the YPG - which Ankara says is a "terrorist" offshoot of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers´ Party (PKK). The PKK, which has waged a war against the Turkish state for three decades, is proscribed as a terror group by Ankara and its Western allies. The YPG has received support from the United States, with its fighters spearheading the battle against Daesh across swathes of Syria. Peace talks in Russia Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to expand the offensive against the YPG to Manbij, east of Afrin. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu lashed out at US support for the militia in an opinion piece published Sunday in the New York Times. "A NATO ally arming a terrorist organisation that is attacking another NATO ally is a fundamental breach of everything that NATO stands for," he wrote. Turkey's interior ministry said Monday that authorities had detained 311 people suspected of disseminating "terror propaganda" in connection with the Syria offensive. Delegates were meanwhile arriving Monday for the first Syria peace congress in Russia, but expectations were tempered after the country's main opposition group, like the Kurds, refused to participate. Regime-backer Moscow has invited hundreds of people to Tuesday's talks in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, which are being co-sponsored by Turkey and Iran, another supporter of President Bashar al-Assad. After another round of failed peace talks in Vienna last week, the main opposition Syrian Negotiation Commission (SNC), said it would not attend the Sochi congress. The SNC accused Assad's regime and its Russian backers of continuing to rely on military might - and showing no willingness to enter into honest negotiations - as the war, in which more than 340,000 people have died, approaches its seventh year. Assad's forces have managed to regain control of much of the territory lost in the initial years of the war and in recent months have been concentrating efforts on the northwestern province of Idlib. Large parts of the province are controlled by a group dominated by Al-Qaeda´s former Syria affiliate. The Observatory said Monday that regime air strikes had killed 33 civilians in the past 24 hours in Idlib.
  20. Indian Occupied Kashmir. Photo: File SRINAGAR: Police in Indian held Kashmir registered an FIR against the Indian army with murder, attempt to murder and endangering life charges over the killing of two civilians in the occupied Shopian district on Saturday, Indian media reported on Sunday. Javid Bhat and Suhail Lone, both in their 20s, were killed when army opened fire on protesters in Ganaupora village in south Kashmir?s Shopian district. Meanwhile, another youth, who sustained bullet injuries, is battling for his life at the Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences in Srinagar. A senior police officer confirmed that an FIR (26/2018) was filed at the Shopian police station against the army?s 10th Garhwal unit. ?The charges under sections 302, 307 and 336 are pressed,? the officer said. Eyewitness disclosed that the Indian forces opened fire after an altercation ensued over the security personnel?s attempt to remove posters of a martyred freedom fighter, Fareed Ahmed, in the village. Ahmed was killed in an encounter in south Kashmir on January 24. The occupied valley observed complete strike in reaction to the killing, the roads remained deserted and local train services across Kashmir was suspended. Restrictions on movement were imposed in some sensitive areas of Srinagar. High-speed mobile internet services, which remained snapped throughout the day, were restored at night. The deputy commissioner of Shopian has been asked to probe the incident and submit a report within 20 days. The two deaths in Shopian took the toll of civilian killings due to firing by forces in Kashmir to four this month. 17-year-old Shakir Ahmad was killed after security forces allegedly opened fire on protesters near ? an incident that the police said was a case of ?cross-fire?. Earlier, on January 9, 22-year-old Khalid Ahmad Dar died during protests after army fired on a group that was allegedly pelting stones at a military camp in Khudwani in Kulgam. In 2017, according to police figures, at least 24 civilians had lost their lives during gun battles between security forces and militants in Kashmir.
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