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Fighting in Helmandís Capital Lashkargah Continues for 5th Day            Lebanese army detains 2 men after deadly funeral attack            Inquest: Convicted terrorist Sudesh Amman was released from prison despite holding Ďextremist viewsí            Nearly 30% in EU cannot afford a holiday: Study             US surpasses 35 million COVID-19 cases as health experts warn worst yet to come             Lebanonís Mikati says formation of new government slower than expected             Watch: Settler opens fire at Palestinians with Israeli soldierís rifle             Spokesman: Any adventurism will be met with Iranís immediate, powerful response             Cuban diplomat blasts Western media for íhugeí disinformation campaign             Official: Iran will give crushing response to any measure against its interests, national security             US gun violence: 5 killed, 50 shot in Chicago bloody weekend             587 New Cases of COVID-19, 30 Deaths Reported in Afghanistan             Chronic power shortages endanger health of Gazans: ICRC warns             Saudi regime Ďcovering upí poverty crisis, corruption, says report             Malaysiaís Mahathir, Anwar lead march on parliament to demand PM Muhyiddin resign            


US and UK accuse Taliban of possible war crimes

The U.S. and British embassies in Kabul said on Monday the insurgent Taliban may have committed war crimes in southern Afghanistan by carrying out revenge murders of civilians, a charge denied by the insurgents. image1 Suhail...



US and UK accuse Taliban of possible war crimes

The U.S. and British embassies in Kabul said on Monday the insurgent Taliban may have committed war crimes in southern Afghanistan by carrying out revenge murders of civilians, a charge denied by the insurgents. Suhail Shaheen, a Taliban negotiating team member based in Doha, told Reuters that tweets...




Fighting in Helmandís Capital Lashkargah Continues for 5th Day

Clashes between government forces and the Taliban intensified in the city of Lashkargah in southern Helmand province, leaving some streets of the city empty of residents and adding to concerns about rising threats to major capitals. The frontline was in District 1 where the US conducted an airstrike...




Houses of Parliament issue joint declaration in support of Republic system

The Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of Parliament) and the Meshrano Jirga (Upper House of Parliament) on Monday jointly declared their support for the countryís Republic system, the Constitution, freedom of expression, womenís rights and governmentís security forces. Their declaration came after a special...




Ghani addresses joint parliament session, tells MPs to mobilize their people

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called on MPs on Monday to use their contacts and mobilize the people to stand against the Taliban. Addressing a special joint session of both houses of parliament, the Wolesi Jirga and the Meshrano Jirga, Ghani also called on MPs to unite and to reach a unanimous agreement...




Southern provinces witness intense battles as Taliban pushes for more ground

Helmand, Kandahar and Herat have been hit hard these past few days by intense battles between the Afghan security forces and the Taliban, officials confirmed. One of the hardest hit has been Herat, which has witnessed two days of solid fighting around the city itself, while heavy attacks have been...




Watchdog reports a dramatic increase in civilian casualties

The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) on Sunday said in a new report that in the first six months of this year, 5,321 civilians have been killed or injured, a substantial increase against the same period last year. According to the report, the AIHRC said in 1,594 different security...




Qureshi Says Taliban Will Keep Daesh Out of Afghanistan: Media

Pakistanís Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said during a press conference that the Afghan Taliban would not allow Daesh militants to infiltrate Afghanistan, The News reported Sunday. Qureshi reportedly also said that the Afghan forces had the capacity to combat Daesh in Afghanistan. The foreign...




Kandahar Airport cancels flights after rocket attack

Officials said Sunday that all flights into and out of Kandahar Airport have been cancelled after a rocket attack overnight. Kandahar Airport director Massoud Ahmad Pashtun said repair work was being carried out and the airport would reopen later Sunday. This comes after at least three rockets hit...




Govt Sends More Troops to Herat as Clashes Intensify

The government deployed more forces to the western city of Herat on Sunday a day after Taliban advanced closer to the central parts of the city. This comes a day after Mohammad Ismail Khan, former mujahedeen leader and senior member of Jamiat-e-Islami who leads the fight against the Taliban in Herat...




US lawmaker calls plan to evacuate íalliesí from Afghanistan ícomplete disasterí

US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin at a press conference in Manila on July 30, 2021. (Photo by AFP) A US lawmaker has described the Biden administrationís plan to evacuate Afghans, who worked with US forces in Afghanistan, a "complete disaster". The Biden administration decided to grant special visas...




​​​​​​​Taliban Blasted for Attack on Herat City

Talibanís offensive on the city of Herat was criticized by some lawmakers and analysts as a clear violation of their commitments to the Doha agreement, saying it has displaced hundreds of families and has created panic in the western city. Under the US-Taliban agreement signed last year in Doha, Taliban...




EU envoy says aid will be cut if Taliban seize power militarily

Tomas Niklasson, Acting Special Envoy of the European Union for Afghanistan, says that the EU would not recognize a Taliban government if they manage a military takeover. In interview with Ariana News, Niklasson stated if the Taliban gain power through a military takeover the EU will cut its aid to...




Political Leaders Seek End to Violence as They Meet Ghani

President Ashraf Ghani attended a consultative meeting with prominent Afghan political and jihadi leaders, religious scholars, women, and civil society and youth representatives on Saturday, the Presidential Palace said. Abdullah Abdullah, head of the High Council for National Reconciliation, former...




Watchdog reports of growing number of revenge attacks

Taliban forces in Afghanistan are targeting known critics despite claiming that they have ordered their fighters to act with restraint, Human Rights Watch said on Saturday. In Kandahar, the Taliban have detained and executed suspected members of the provincial government and security forces, and in...




US Navy Says Drone Strike Hit Oil Tanker Off Oman, Killing 2

US Navy explosive experts believe a "drone strike" targeted an oil tanker that came under attack off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, killing two on board, the American military said Saturday. The strike Thursday night on the oil tanker Mercer Street marks the first-known fatal attack after years...




Czechs approve program to help Afghan translators

The Czech government on Friday approved a program of help for Afghans who worked with Czech troops during their deployment in NATO missions, AP reported. Defense Minister Lubomir Metnar said the help meant for Afghan interpreters and their families includes their relocation, an offer of asylum and...




Ghani says Afghanistan will not give in to subversive plans

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said on Thursday that Afghans will never allow their country to be turned into a battlefield by foreign networks. Addressing an event marking National Flag Day at the Presidential Palace, Ghani said: "We will not give in to devastating plans that foreigners and networks...




China Criticizes US, NATO for íHasty Withdrawalí from Afghanistan

Chinaís Foreign Ministry on Wednesday accused the US and NATO of a "failure" due to their "hasty withdrawal" of troops from Afghanistan, AP reported. The withdrawal of troops gives the Afghan people "an important opportunity to stabilise and develop their own country," Chain Ministry of Foreign Affairs...




Russia Increases Tajik Bases Combat Capabilities: Report

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Wednesday said they have increased the combat capabilities of its military base in Tajikistan and training local soldiers. This comes after Moscow warned that Daesh was moving into neighbouring Afghanistan. The security situation has rapidly deteriorated...




A stable Afghanistan is crucial to Pakistanís Central Asia-EU railway vision

Pakistanís Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Imran Khanís vision was to link the region with Central Asia and the European Union through a peaceful and stable Afghanistan. In order to achieve this goal, political stability in Afghanistan...




* Top-level Taliban delegation visits China, Ďoffers assurancesí

Members of a Taliban delegation look on during talks with Afghan officials in Qatarís capital, Doha, on July 18, 2021. (File photo by AFP) A top-level Taliban delegation visiting China has assured Beijing that Afghanistan will never be used as a base against the security of any other nation, the militant...




Pakistanís PM says ĎUS really messed it upí in Afghanistan

Pakistanís Prime Minister Imran Khan said the United States "really messed it up in Afghanistan" and that Washington should have pushed for a political settlement much earlier. In an interview with PBS News Hour on Tuesday night, Khan sai: "I think the US has really messed it up in Afghanistan." "And...




Blinken Starts India Meetings With Address to Civil Society Group

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will meet his Indian counterpart and other officials on Wednesday before heading to see Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the China rivals seek to deepen their cooperation and iron out differences. Blinken, in his first visit to the country since joining US President...




UN Envoy Warns Taliban of Intl Isolation If No Movement in Talks

Addressing the Joint Coordination and Monitoring Board (JCMB) meeting at the Presidential Palace on Wednesday, Deborah Lyons, the UN secretary generalís special representative for Afghanistan, said that if there is no progress in the peace talks the world will not work with the Taliban. "If there...




Russia ready to help Tajikistan amid Afghan conflict

Russia is ready to provide its ally Tajikistan with any assistance needed amid a worsening conflict in neighbouring Afghanistan, Russiaís TASS news agency cited Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu as saying on Wednesday. Reuters reported that Shoigu said the additional supply of Russian arms to Tajikistan...




Pakistan Reopens Spin Boldak Crossing Held by Taliban

Pakistan reopened southwestern the Chaman-Spin Boldak crossing in Kandahar province that is currently held by the Taliban, Pakistani customs officials said, as quoted by Reuters. The Pakistani government has allowed over 100 trucks carrying goods to cross into Afghanistan, the report said. The crossing...




ANDSF reclaims over a dozen districts as operations continue

Afghan armed forces spokesman General Ajmal Shinwari said Wednesday the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) have carried out 278 separate operations in seven provinces in the past week as they battle the Taliban. Addressing a press conference in Kabul, Shinwari said in this time, more...




Taliban pushed back from Badghis capital, Badghis governor confirms

Badghis governor Hassamuddin Shams has confirmed that at the height of clashes between the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) and the Taliban, insurgents broke through the prison gate in the provincial capital of Qala-e-Naw and freed the prisoners. However, according to Shams, the...




Badghis governor reports all districts in province have fallen to Taliban

Badghis Governor Hassamuddin Shams said Wednesday morning that all six districts in Badghis have completely fallen to the Taliban and that the group has now entered Qala-e-Naw, the provincial capital. Shams said heavy clashes are currently underway and people are extremely afraid. He said Qadis district...




Turkish, US defense ministers to discuss Kabul airport plan on Wednesday

Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said he would discuss with his U.S. counterpart Lloyd Austin on Wednesday a plan for Turkey to operate and guard Kabulís Hamid Karzai airport after the NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan, adding there was no final decision yet. Ankara has offered to run and guard...




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