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UN demands end to Afghan fighting amid Doha talks deadlock

UNITED NATIONS: The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has called for an immediate end to fighting in urban areas, as the Taliban continues a ground assault in the south of the country.

UNAMA said civilians are bearing the brunt of the violence as fighting enters cities, according to a post on its official Twitter account. The Taliban are advancing on provincial capitals, after making gains in rural areas and smaller cities, UNAMA said.

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