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Police were working to secure the area on the outskirts of the city as part of a wider operation to flush out insurgents hiding among civilians, according to Mohammad Zahir, a spokesman for the Kunduz police chief.
Zahir added that two separate roadside bombings targeting police checkpoints in the city killed 11 civilians late Sunday and early Monday.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blasts, but government forces had just begun a major push to expel militants from the city following an earlier strike claimed by the Taliban. The strikes come as the U.S. prepares to withdraw its forces from Afghanistan.
"It is difficult to pinpoint the location of the blasts as there were many casualties and most of the wounded were carried by civilians to the hospital," said Zahir.
U.S. forces, who are providing military training and assistance to the Afghan army, said they were "aware of" the incidents.
According to Kabul's TOLO news, at least seven people have been killed and more than 20 injured in the two blasts in the mostly Pashtun Muslim city, which has long seen bitter factional fighting.
The attacks came as a deal is reportedly in the works to restart peace talks between the Taliban and the Western-backed government, which concluded a nearly 18-year insurgency by striking a peace agreement in Doha in 2014.
The Taliban said they had no information on the talks, as did Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman, who told The Associated Press that the insurgents "deployed civilians" as a human shield against warplanes and military raids.
"They bomb civilian houses, kill civilians and use force to intimidate civilians," Mujahid said. "They make our conditions worse."
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