Taliban, Pakistani military clash on borders
Two people were reportedly injured in the clashes.
Clashes at the Afghan-Pakistani border between the Pakistani military and the Taliban have resumed near Spin Boldak, an Afghan town, according to TOTONews, citing local doctors.
A local hospital's medical staff said they received 2 people with injuries arising from the clash, according to the news outlet.
On Sunday, Afghan and Pakistani forces also clashed, resulting in the killing of 4 people and the injury of 2 others.
The Pakistani Defense Ministry said that Afghan forces conducted an "unprovoked" shelling of the civilian population, killing 6 Pakistani nationals and injuring 17 others.
This comes after the Taliban in Pakistan said in late November that they called off the fragile ceasefire in place since June after the group reached a deal with the government in June, directing its fighters to carry out attacks across the country.
Border tensions between Pakistan and Afghanistan have risen since the Taliban seized power on August 15 last year, with Islamabad claiming militant groups are carrying out regular attacks from the neighboring country.
The Taliban government denies harboring Pakistani militants but is also infuriated by a fence Islamabad is erecting along their 2,700-kilometre (1,600-mile) border known as the Durand line, which was drawn up in colonial times.
Ties between the two countries were further strained when Pakistani military airstrikes in eastern Afghanistan killed and wounded dozens of people in April.
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