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د تالقان په مظاهرو کي ۲۰ تنه مړه او لږ تر لږه ۷۰ کسه ټپیان شوي دي – تازه انځورونه

talqan_muzahiraنن ټکی آسیا: په هغو مظاهرو کي چي نن سهار د د تخار په مرکز تالقان کي د ملکي وګړو د وژل کيدو په ضد پیل شوې، تر اوسه په کښي ۲۰ تنه مظاهره کوونکي مړه او تر ۷۰ زیات نور ټپیان شوي دي.

د تخار په مرکز تالقان کي د روغتون رئیس ډاکټر محمد حسن بسیج نن د یو افغاني رسنۍ سره په تماس کي ویلي چي د ننیو مظاهرو دولس تنه مړي او ۷۰ تنه ټپیان چي ماشومان هم په کښي دي، روغتون ته راوړل شوي دي.

نومړي وویل چي ټوله مړي او ټپيان په مرمیو لګیدلي دي، او د ځینو ټپیانو روغتیايي حالت د انديښني وړ دی.

وروستي راپورونه وايي چي د مړو شمیر تر ۲۰ ورسید.

د تالقان اوسیدونکو وروسته تر هغه په مظاهرو لاس پوري کړ کله چي د امریکایانو له خوا تیره شپه تالقان ښار په یو لیري پرته سیمه کي د یو چاپي په مهال د دوو میرمنو او دوه تنو ملکي کسانو د وژلو څخه خبر سوله..

دوی د ددغو مړو جنازي ښار ته راوړلی، او د امریکا په ضد يي شعارونه ورکول، چي وروسته يي بیا د حکومتي او پي ار ټي د ودانیو خواته مخي کړه.

ویل کيږي چي اکثره مرګونه او ټپونه د پي آرټي پر مرکز د برید په مهال را منځته شوي دي، چیري چي بهرنیانو او کورني امنیتي ځواکونو پر دغو مظاهرو کوونکو مخامخ ډزي پیل کړي.

ویل کیږي چي د مظاهره کوونکو په برید کي د پي آر ټي مرکز ته هم څه زیان رسیدلی، او ددغه مرکز د خوندي کولو او دبې وسلو مظاهره چیانو سره د مقابلې لپاره د کندز څخه هم د پي آر ټي عسکر او دملي اردو عسکر د کومک لپاره رسیدلي دي.

په افغانستان کي چي کله هم ملکي خلکو په مظاهرو لاس پوري کړی دی، د دولت له خوا ورته درنه مرګ ژوبله رسیدلی، چي څو مثالونه يي په دې وروستیو کي په مکرره ډول په مختلفو ولایتونو کي تکرار سول.Afghans carry the bodies of people killed overnight after a raid by NATO and Afghan forces, during a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

Afghans carry the bodies of people killed overnight after a raid by NATO and Afghan forces, during a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

Afghans chant slogans as they protest the killing of four people overnight after a raid by NATO and Afghan forces, in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

A wounded Afghan is rushed to a hospital after a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

ددغي ماشومي د کورنی وګړي په تیره شپه چاپه کي وژل شوي وه:

An Afghan girl whose family members were killed overnight after a raid by NATO and Afghan forces, covers her face as she weeps during a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

A wounded Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

Afghans carry the bodies of people killed overnight after a raid by NATO and Afghan forces, during a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

Afghani people hold the lifeless body of one of the four Afghans, killed during a NATO raid in Taloqan, Takhar province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan on Wednesday, May 18, 2011. More than 1,000 protesters poured into a northern Afghan city Wednesday, shouting

Afghans chant slogans as they protest the killing of four people overnight after a raid by NATO and Afghan forces, in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

Afghans throw rocks at a picture of Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai during a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

A wounded Afghan man receives treatment at a hospital after a protest in Taloqan May 18, 2011. Ten people have been killed and fifty wounded in violent protests against the killing of two men and two women in a night-time raid in north Afghanistan, a top local health official said.

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