An Afghan man working with the US revealed a chilling audio that he said was the sound of gunshots “from all over” in Kabul. showed
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The Taliban are conducting “door-to-door executions” as terrifying new sounds of gunfire have surfaced in Kabul, reports say.
An Afghan man working with the US revealed the terrifying audio, which he said showed the sounds of gunshots from “everywhere”.
He claimed it also showed “a conflict between the Taliban”.
It comes amid reports that Afghanistan’s new rulers have been carrying out executions across Kabul since the US withdrew and evacuation efforts ceased.
The last military plane left Hamid Karzai International Airport around midnight local time on August 31, when one official said, “The last plane has gone up. The war is over.”
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To to Fox News Militants have since carried out “house-to-house executions in Kabul,” a senior US source says.
An Afghan man working with Americans on the ground gave the publication a chilling audio piece that contained the sounds of distant gunshots.
The man said in the clip that was recorded about the time the last US plane took off: “I think there is a conflict between the Taliban, I have no idea where I am.
“I hear gunshots and shots from everywhere. I have no idea how to go. “
Distant gunshots rang out in the background of the creepy audio clip that was being shared.
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Meanwhile, videos shared online appeared to show the Taliban shooting in celebration of the US withdrawal as troops withdrew, with the group pledging “full independence” to the country.
The AFP news agency quoted Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid as saying: “Congratulations to Afghanistan … this victory belongs to all of us.
“We want to have good relationships with the US and the world. We welcome good diplomatic relations with all of them, ”he added.
The US, UK and other nations have made efforts to evacuate their citizens since the Taliban took control earlier this month.
And the evacuations became even more dangerous when an Islamic State suicide bombing killed 13 US soldiers.
At least 100 Afghan nationals were also killed in the attack on Thursday.
The Taliban stormed Afghanistan after President Biden confirmed the withdrawal of troops, as agreed by his predecessor Donald Trump.
The US invaded the Middle East country for the first time in late 2001, supported by its allies, in part in response to the September 11th terrorist attacks.