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KABUL, July 26 Reuters - Nearly 2, Afghan civilians were killed or injured in May and June as fighting between Taliban insurgents and Afghan security forces escalated, the highest for those two months since records started inthe United Nations said on Monday. The was up 47 percent from the same period last year.

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The figures underscored the dire situation for Afghan civilians as intense fighting picked up in May and June after U. President Joe Biden announced American troops would withdraw by September, bringing an end to 20 years of foreign military presence in the country. Heavy clashes around the country have taken place in the past two months as the Taliban launches major offensives, taking rural districts, border crossings and surrounding provincial capitals, prompting Afghan and U.

Negotiators have been meeting in Qatar's capital of Doha in recent weeks but diplomats have cautioned there has been little substantive progress since peace talks began in September. Secretary-General's Special Representative for Afghanistan. Subscribe for our daily curated newsletter to receive the latest exclusive Reuters coverage delivered to your inbox.

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A Russia-led post-Soviet security bloc started its largest military drills near the Tajik-Afghan border in years on Monday amid cross-border tensions ahead of talks between Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders and major regional powers. More from Reuters.

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Civilian casualties in Afghanistan at record level in May-June - UN