Afghan troops say they have regained control over the northern city of Kunduz after it fell to insurgents on Monday.
Since February seven workers for the humanitarian group have been killed in escalating violence. The charity says it has no choice but to scale backs its programs in the country's north.
Although US President Donald Trump has appreciated Pakistan's efforts in securing the release of a US-Canadian couple, experts say it is yet to be seen whether Islamabad is serious about defeating Islamists.
Afghan forces supported by US air power continue to push back Taliban insurgents from the northern city of Kunduz. Clearance operations have begun, but water, food and electricity are in short supply for residents.
The strikes were carried out after two US and three Afghan special forces were killed in an anti-Taliban raid. Relatives have protested outside the provincial governor's offices, carrying the bodies of the victims.
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