Academic journal article The Middle East Journal

Chronology: Afghanistan

Academic journal article The Middle East Journal

Chronology: Afghanistan

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See also, Central Asia and Transcaucasia

1994

July 24: Attacks on Kabul by forces of Prime Minister Gulboddin Hekmatyar during the period 18-24 July caused an estimated 18 deaths and 77 casualties. [7/19, 7/22, 7/25 FBIS]

July 27: Mohammad Naser Mansur, a Hekmatyar commander, and ten soldiers were killed in clashes in the Laphman province that left fifty people dead. [7/28 FBIS]

July 30: Mirwais Jalil, an employee of the BBC Radio in Kabul, was killed by Hekmatyar's forces in Chelsoton. [8/1 FBIS]

Aug. 7: Attacks on Kabul by forces of Prime Minister Hekmatyar during the period 1-7 August caused an estimated 22 deaths, including Muhammad Akbar, deputy commander in Logar Province, and 20 casualties. Hekmatyar reportedly lost six positions in Meydan province. [8/4, 8/5, 8/8 FBIS]

Aug. 17: Clashes in Kabul between forces of Prime Minister Hekmatyar and President Borhanoddin Rabbani during the period 9-17 August caused an estimated 65 deaths and 135 casualties. [8/10, 8/12, 8/17, 8/18 FBIS]

According to Radio Afghanistan, Prime Minister Hekmatyar was wounded in a clash in Logar province. An aide to the Prime Minister denied the claim. [8/17, 8/19 FBIS]

Aug. 27: Twenty-three schools in Kabul that had been closed since 22 December 1993 reopened.

Aug. 31: Attacks on Kabul by forces of Prime Minister Hekmatyar during the period 27-31 August caused an estimated 59 deaths and 317 casualties. …

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