Two British soldiers are court martialed for "sexually and racially abusing civilians" during their time in Afghanistan.
A bomb explodes in a classroom at Ghazni University in Afghanistan, wounding at least nineteen students. The same university was targeted last month with a bomb attached to a university minibus. That bomb killed one person and injured five others.
The Taliban destroy an electricity pylon in Doshe, Baghlan, Afghanistan, overnight. The pylon carries imported power from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, and its destruction causes widespread blackouts across several provinces and in capital Kabul.
Four policemen are killed and another seven wounded when one of their colleagues opened fire on them in Kandahar, Afghanistan. [http:--www.appeal-democrat.com-news-regional_news-asia-afghan-policeman-opens-fire-on-colleagues-kills-article_db4dc4ab-4b19-58f2-8cc6-3e6b24bc22b2.html (Appeal Democrat)]date=July 2019
"Rolling Stone" magazine alleges that United States Army Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV ordered a campaign of "psychological operations" to persuade influential people to continue support for the War in Afghanistan.
NATO claims to have killed two Taliban leaders in fighting in the Afghanistan War while a soldier was lost in fighting during an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan. [http:--www.washingtonexaminer.com-breaking-nato-2-afghan-insurgent-leaders-killed-1-captured-service-member-dies-in-militant-attack-104844584.html (AP via "Washington Examiner")]date=August 2019