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The book claims a NZDF Special Air Service-led operation on two isolated villages in the Baghlan Province in 2010 resulted in civilian deaths and was covered up by the NZDF.
Its claims about a botched SAS raid in the Tirgiran Valley, in Baghlan, Afghanistan, if true, would worry many New Zealanders.
Wayne Mapp was Defence Minister at the time of the raids in Baghlan Province in 2010 and was briefed both before and after the SAS operations.
Baghlan - Run completely by women, Radio Sana is the only radio station in the Northern City of Pul-e-khumri, Afghanistan. While the station has a particular focus on women, and caters to a largely female audience, they try to cover a range of ...
Eastern and northwestern Afghanistan look equally bleak, as do the northern provinces of Kunduz and Baghlan." For what it's worth: "[I]n early Feb., the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan reconstruction issued a report stating that the Taliban ...
... number of female judges increased from zero in Taliban regime time to 260 in the current year. Among the 260 female judges, 225 are working in capital Kabul, 21 in Herat province, 11 in Balkh province, two in Takhar province and one in Baghlan ...
Afghans across the country this week blasted lawmakers in parliament for putting their own interests ahead of that of national importance following their votes of confidence on Monday of the three heads of security.
The man who as Defence Minister approved SAS raids in Afghanistan says further investigation is needed to find out if civilians died and to acknowledge those deaths properly if they are confirmed.
Eastern and northwestern Afghanistan look equally bleak, as do the northern provinces of Kunduz and Baghlan. The Taliban report may be dismissed as Propaganda by Resolute Support, however its claims of district control largely match with press ...
In Hit & Run, published a week ago today, Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson lay out what they believe, based on a range of sources in Afghanistan and New Zealand, took place in Operation Burnham, a "revenge attack" on two villages in Baghlan Province on ...
Northern/North Eastern: Significant military clashes in Kunduz and Baghlan continued, with unconfirmed reports that wellresourced families are leaving Kunduz City in fear of a spring offensive.
Baghlan education Director Ghulam Mahayuddin Paikan Haidari on Sunday said more than 80 schools have remained closed in the province due to security threats and ongoing clashes between security forces and insurgents.
ARCS's authorities have optimally distributed relief items while Baghlan Province sub-governor, head of provincial council, Baghlan Province parliamentarians and ARCS north-eastern regional zone office head were observing the distribution process.
Hager and Stephenson have reported six civilians were killed and a further 15 people were injured in a raid on two villages in Tirgiran valley, Baghlan, early in the morning of August 22 in 2010. The investigators, who usually conduct on-site ...
Late yesterday, the governor of Bamyan province in Afghanistan Habiba Sarabi told the Herald she learned from people close to where the raid happened that civilians had been killed during the 2010 operation in neighbouring Baghlan Province. "We have to ...
The book alleges SAS troops lead raids on two villages in Baghlan Province - when New Zealand led the provincial reconstruction team in Bamiyan - in August 2010 that left six civilians dead and 15 injured.
OPINION: Today was supposed to be the glorious farewell for John Key as he signs out on top after one of the most successful political careers of our time.
GUYON Now, he [O'Donnell] died on August the 3rd last year in what was believed to be an attack by Taliban insurgents who perhaps came in from the neighbouring Baghlan Province. There's a press release on the public record from ISAF dated around the ...
The events in the book occurred in 2010, mainly in an isolated and mountainous area of Baghlan Province known as Tirgiran valley, about 50 kilometres across country from the then-Kiwi base in neighbouring Bamiyan province.
Residents in the Baghlan-e-Markazi district of northern Baghlan Province have said that the Taliban has destroyed their homes after taking control of their area.
This comes one month after Afghan Security Forces launched a major anti-Taliban operation in Dand-e-Ghori district of Baghlan in northern Afghanistan in their bid to clear the volatile region of insurgents. However security forces so far have not been ...
Eastern and northwestern Afghanistan look equally bleak, as do the northern provinces of Kunduz and Baghlan. The Taliban report may be dismissed as Propaganda by Resolute Support, however its claims of district control largely match with press ...
In Hit & Run, published a week ago today, Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson lay out what they believe, based on a range of sources in Afghanistan and New Zealand, took place in Operation Burnham, a "revenge attack" on two villages in Baghlan Province on ...
Countrywide Conflict Displacement The total number of individuals displaced by conflict in 2016 rose to 660639, as joint assessment teams finalise assessments ...
ARCS's authorities have optimally distributed relief items while Baghlan Province sub-governor, head of provincial council, Baghlan Province parliamentarians and ARCS north-eastern regional zone office head were observing the distribution process.
Official information released just last week from the Defence Force says: "The 2010 raid in Baghlan involved a suspected civilian casualty.
Baghlan education Director Ghulam Mahayuddin Paikan Haidari on Sunday said more than 80 schools have remained closed in the province due to security threats and ongoing clashes between security forces and insurgents.
The discussions are part of UNAMA outreach activities focusing on good governance at the sub-national level and follow two youth-focused events in Baghlan earlier this month. The roundtable discussions were organized in collaboration with independent ...
Smith's letter to the human rights Foundation has now given a new version from NZDF with the statement: "The 2010 raid in Baghlan involved a suspected civilian casualty." It goes on to say that there was an investigation by two Afghan government ...
investigative journalists Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson alleged in their book Hit & Run, released last week, that SAS troops killed six innocent villagers and injured 15 others in Baghlan Province in 2010 during a revenge raid after the death of ...
Hager and Stephenson have reported six civilians were killed and a further 15 people were injured in a raid on two villages in Tirgiran valley, Baghlan, early in the morning of August 22 in 2010. The investigators, who usually conduct on-site ...
The Bamyan base was an important communications conduit for those on the ground in Baghlan Province, he said. On patrol in North East Bamyian.
This comes after security forces are fighting insurgents in various parts of the country - including Baghlan in the north and Helmand in the south.
Those allegations are that the raid on two villages in Baghlan Province led to the death of six civilians - among them three -year-old Fatima.
In 2010, around the time of the Baghlan attack, former Taliban spokesman Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef told Jeremy Scahill, investigative journalist and author of Dirty wars, that the raids, claiming so many innocent lives, "are encouraging people to become ...
Another 15 civilians were injured in the action in Afghanistan's Baghlan Province where the SAS mistakenly believed they would find insurgents who had attacked a New Zealand patrol 19 days earlier, killing a New Zealand officer, in neighbouring Bamiyan.
Late yesterday, the governor of Bamyan province in Afghanistan Habiba Sarabi told the Herald she learned from people close to where the raid happened that civilians had been killed during the 2010 operation in neighbouring Baghlan Province. "We have to ...
The book alleges SAS troops lead raids on two villages in Baghlan Province - when New Zealand led the provincial reconstruction team in Bamiyan - in August 2010 that left six civilians dead and 15 injured.
The book alleges SAS troops lead raids on two villages in Baghlan Province - when New Zealand led the provincial reconstruction team in Bamiyan - in August 2010 that left six civilians dead and 15 injured.
GUYON Now, he [O'Donnell] died on August the 3rd last year in what was believed to be an attack by Taliban insurgents who perhaps came in from the neighbouring Baghlan Province. There's a press release on the public record from ISAF dated around the ...
OPINION: Today was supposed to be the glorious farewell for John Key as he signs out on top after one of the most successful political careers of our time.
The events in the book occurred in 2010, mainly in an isolated and mountainous area of Baghlan Province known as Tirgiran valley, about 50 kilometres across country from the then-Kiwi base in neighbouring Bamiyan province.
During 1395, the insurgents diverted their attention to Helmand, Uruzgan, Farah, Kunduz, Baghlan, Faryab and Laghman provinces and managed to reach on the outskirts of center of these provinces.
In Baghlan, three consecutive weeks of military operations resulted in thousands of unverified displaced to Pul-e-Khumri city, with around 11,200 submitting petitions.
The authors said what followed was an early morning raid on two villages, Naik and Khak Khuday Dad, in an area of Baghlan Province known as Tirgiran Valley, supported by American Chinooks and Apache gunships on 22 August 2010.
The Afghan Defense Ministry says gunmen have attacked a military hospital in the capital, Kabul. Away from Kabul, dozens of people have been killed over the past few days in fighting across Afghanistan, from Kunduz and Baghlan in the north to Farah in ...
Residents in the Baghlan-e-Markazi district of northern Baghlan Province have said that the Taliban has destroyed their homes after taking control of their area.
First, The United States may order a surge 3.0 with troops ranging 20,000 to 50,000 to go full throttle against insurgents and drive them out of sanctuaries in harsh rural terrains along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border and surrounding areas of Baghlan ...
The Taliban also ambushed a government convoy on a main highway linking the northern provinces of Kunduz and Baghlan, and reportedly set fire to tankers transporting fuel for security forces.
Abdul Hai Nemati, the governor of northern Baghlan, on Thursday said that the lack of coordination between security forces in the area is one of the key reasons behind the surge in security threats in the province.


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