At least 16 Afghan policemen were reportedly killed in an airstrike carried out by U.S. in southern Helmand province on Friday.
Relatives call for justice to be delivered.
Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai has condemned the killing of Afghan police in US airstrike and Taliban attacks. As many as 16 local police were killed and two others wounded in American forces airstrike in Greshk district of Helmand province on Friday.
The Chief Executive of the Government of National Unity Abdullah Abdullah has warned that irresponsible statements and moves could spark chaos in the country.
Taliban fighters overran a second district headquarters in as many days Sunday, this one in western Ghor province, the provincial police chief said.
At least eight police were killed in separate battles against Taliban militants, who have stepped up their attacks in the north and west of the country, laying siege to district headquarters, said Mohammad Mustafa Moseni.
Security hurdles still exist in the way of a polio vaccination campaign in eastern Nangarhar province, where 13,000 children may be left out again, said officials on Sunday.
Political analysts criticize the government for its failure to manage the rising discontent between the government and politicians, warning that the continuation of the situation is descending the embattled government into a new crisis.
A public representative on Saturday said the Taliban were closing in on the centre of Khanabad district of northern Kunduz province, calling on the government to pay urgent attention to the situation.
A number of residents of Tagab district in the northeastern Badakhshan province on Saturday blamed the local government for intention to peoples’ safety, saying that the relevant organizations should investigate the killing of at least 35 Afghan Local Police and Public Uprising forces in the province.