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Ayaz Niazi killed in mosque explosion Ė Kabul

At least two people - including Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, imam of Wazir Akbar Khan mosque - were killed and three others wounded in a bomb blast inside a mosque in Kabul city, the Interior Ministry confirmed. image1 Tariq Arian,...



UN: Taliban have not cut ties with al-Qaeda

According to the latest report by the Security Council of the United Nations, the Taliban have not cut ties with al-Qaeda, even after a peace deal with the United States. The United Nations has said in a report that al-Qaeda in Afghanistan has been secretly conducting military operations in collusion...




Ayaz Niazi killed in mosque explosion Ė Kabul

At least two people - including Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, imam of Wazir Akbar Khan mosque - were killed and three others wounded in a bomb blast inside a mosque in Kabul city, the Interior Ministry confirmed. Tariq Arian, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said that the explosion took place at around...




Ghani, Pompeo discuss next steps in Afghan peace process

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani spoke with US Secretary of United State Mike Pompeo via video conference on Monday and discussed the Afghan peace process, the presidential spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said. According to Sediqqi, in the video conference they also discussed the next steps towards peace, including...




Khalilzad íOptimisticí About Start of Intra-Afghan Negotiations

The US peace envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad on Monday during a press briefing said: "Weíre optimistic that finally we are moving forward to the start of the intra-Afghan negotiations." Khalilzad is hopeful that the violence will stay low and the intra-Afghan negotiations will begin with the...




14 Border Forces Killed in ĎTaliban Attackí Despite Ceasefire

The Ministry of Defense in a statement on Friday said that at least 14 members of the Afghan Border Force were killed in an attack by the Taliban in Dand-e-Patan district in the eastern province of Paktia on Thursday evening, despite a ceasefire that continues between the two sides. The statement reads...




Afghan Govt to Release 900 Taliban Inmates amid Ceasefire

The Afghan government is set to release around 900 Taliban prisoners today from prisons across Afghanistan, the Office of the National Security Council (ONSC) has told. Around 1,100 Taliban prisoners have been released in smaller groups in the past few weeks, but this is the biggest number to be released...




Report: Israeli soldiers still in trauma years after Lebanon defeat

Two decades after the end of Israelís occupation of southern Lebanon, Israeli troops who took part in the operation are still dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and dark memories of the conflict, a report says. The troops, at a recent military march in Tel Aviv, told media outlets that...




Afghan government releases 100 Taliban prisoners after ceasefire announced

The Afghan government has released 100 imprisoned Taliban militants in the wake of a surprise nationwide ceasefire that appeared to be holding for a second day. Afghan National Security Council spokesman Javid Faisal Taliban said on Monday that the militants were released from a military prison located...




Afghans mark the International Quds Day

Palestinians wave a national flag and flash the victory gesture in front of the Dome of the Rock in the al-Aqsa mosque compound in occupied Jerusalem al-Quds. (File photo by AFP) Afghans encounter too many difficulties in their life. Rising insecurity, unemployment, instability and war have been pressing...




146 Afghan Civilians Killed Since Ramadan Start: ONSC

"146 civilians were killed and 430 others were wounded"in attacks "initiated by the Taliban" during the holy month of Ramadan," the Office of National Security Council (ONSC) said on Friday amid a surge in violence in several areas across the country. "The Taliban showed zero respect for civilians...




Khalilzad Meets with Taliban in Doha

The US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad reported he had a "constructive meeting" with senior Taliban leaders in Doha, including Mullah Baradar, and discussed with them issues related to the peace process including counter-terrorism, intra-Afghan talks and the withdrawal...




US intelligence acknowledges Iran not after destabilizing Afghanistan despite Pompeoís claims

In this file photo taken on April 5, 2020, a man wearing a facemask as a precautionary measure against the COVID-19 novel coronavirus walks past a wall painted with images of US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad (L) and Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar...




Taliban leader urges US ínot to wasteí opportunity offered by deal

The leader of the Taliban militant group says it has been committed to its deal with the United States, despite being accused of carrying out hundreds of attacks in Afghanistan since it was signed in February. In a rare message released on Wednesday, Haibatullah Akhundzada, who hails from the Talibanís...




Death Toll Rises to 11 in Parwan Mosque Attack: Residents

The death toll has risen to 11 from an attack on a mosque in the northern province of Parwan, residents in the area said on Wednesday. On Tuesday night, armed men attacked worshippers at a mosque in Khalazayee village of Parwan and escaped the scene after gunning down worshippers. Along with the 11...




UN alarmed by rising civilian casualties in Afghanistan

A newborn baby receives treatment for a gunshot wound in her right leg after losing her mother but being rescued herself during a shooting attack on a maternity hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, on May 15, 2020. (Photo by AFP) The United Nations (UN) says it is alarmed by the steep increase in the number...




Iran, Pakistan, China, Russia support national reconciliation in Afghanistan

Senior diplomats from Iran, Pakistan, China and Russia have thrown their weight behind a power-sharing deal in Afghanistan signed between leaders of the countryís two main political factions, expressing hope that the important step would speed up intra-Afghan talks. Special representatives of Iran,...




Afghan Security Chiefs Justify New ĎOffense Modeí

Heads of Afghan security agencies at a press conference on Monday justified the change from "active defense mode" -- which was intended as a means of reducing violence following the signing of the US-Taliban deal--to "offense mode," which President Ghani called for days ago in the wake of shocking attacks...




Ghani and Abdullah Sign Agreement to Break Political Deadlock

Ashraf Ghani and his political rival Abdullah Abdullah signed a power-sharing deal after months of political discord that critics say could have pushed the country towards a new crisis if not resolved. The political tension emerged as a consequence of the disputed presidential election of last year,...




ĎTaliban Killed 120 Civilians Since Start of Ramadaní: Govt

Over 120 Afghan civilians were killed and 350 others were wounded in attacks initiated by the Taliban over the past three weeks, said Jawed Faisal, a spokesman for the Office of National Security Council (ONSC), on Saturday. "The attacks launched by the Taliban and their backers show a 33 percent...




Contrary to US claim, Afghanistan says Taliban carried out Kabul hospital raid

A newborn baby receives treatment for the gun wound in her right leg as she has been rescued and brought to the French Medical Institute for Children after losing her mother during a gunmen attack on a maternity hospital, in Kabul on May 15, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Afghan officials have dismissed US assertion...




Khalilzad Briefs Reporters on Afghan Situation

The US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad on Friday briefed the US State Department on the situation in Afghanistan, particularly the situation which has emerged in the country following Tuesdayís deadly attacks on a maternity hospital in capital Kabul. The US envoy...




Details of Ghani-Abdullah Political Agreement

TOLOnews has obtained a copy of the political agreement between President Ashraf Ghani and his political opponent Abdullah Abdullah that outlines the structure of a future government in which each side will have a 50 percent share. The five-page agreement-- originally in Dari-- describes the government...




Daesh Behind Attacks, Targeting Peace: Khalilzad

The US peace envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, in the early hours of Friday, tweeted that the US has assessed that Daesh is the perpetrator of the recent attacks in Kabul and Nangarhar, and that the group opposes a peace deal between the Afghan government and the Taliban. He called on Afghans...




í3 Police, 5 Taliban Killedí in Kunduz Clashes

At least three police and five Taliban were killed in clashes in the northern province of Kunduz on Thursday night, local police officials said. The Taliban attack occurred in parts of Khanabad district, said Hijratullah Akbari, a spokesman for the provincial police chief. "The clashes ended after...




Afghans Have to Take Care of Their Country: Trump

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday in answer to a question about the attacks in Afghanistan told reporters: "At some point theyíre going to have to be able to take care of their country." "Weíve been there for many years, weíre like a police force. Weíre not fighting in Afghanistan, weíre a police...




WHO íappalledí by attack on maternity hospital in Kabul

Newborn children who lost their mothers during the May 12 attack lie on a bed at a hospital, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on May 13, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) says he was "shocked and appalled" by the fatal attack on a maternity hospital in the Afghan capital...




Kabul Hospital Attack Death Toll Rises to 24

The death toll of the attack on a maternity ward in the west of Kabul on Tuesday has risen to 24, according to the Ministry of Public Health, which said that 16 others were wounded in the attack that ended after more than five hours of fighting on Tuesday. Three attackers stormed the hospital that...




Taliban strongly reacts to Ghaniís order to Afghan forces to revive offensive operations

The Taliban group strongly reacted to Ashraf Ghaniís order to Afghan forces to revive offensive operations agains the group. Zabiullah Mujahid, a spokesperson of the group, in a statement said the declaration of war by Ghani demonstrates that he (Ghani) is looking to preserve his authority under the...




Pompeo shares demand with Afghan govt, Taliban after deadly Kabul, Nangarhar attacks

The Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on the Afghan government and the Taliban group to cooperate in bringing the perpetrators of Kabul and Nangarhar attacks to justice. Condemning the attacks in strongest terms, pompeo said in a statement "In an unconscionable assault, gunmen seized one of Kabulís...




24 Killed in Nangarhar Funeral Bombing

At least 24 people were killed and almost 70 others were wounded in a bombing at a funeral in the eastern province of Nangarhar on Tuesday, local officials confirmed. Eyewitnesses said that explosion happened in a crowd of people who were gathered for the funeral of Shaikh Akram, a former commander...




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