Fight for Afghan holdout territory strengthens as Taliban advance further into Panjshir Valley

Weighty battling was accounted for Sunday in pieces of northern Afghanistan's Panjshir Valley, where rebel contenders from the National Resistance Front (NRF) have been doing combating a Taliban hostile. 

Panjshir, an essential cut of sloping landscape rich with valuable mineral assets around 90 miles north of Kabul, is the lone district among Afghanistan's 34 areas to stay out of the Taliban's control. 

It was once a fortification for the mujahideen battling the Soviets and is currently the seat of the opposition development. Warriors in the territory likewise held out against the Taliban in the last part of the 1990s during their standard.

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