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Afghanistan: Bomb explosion leaves three people hurt

Kabul: A bomb explosion rocked Afghanistan's  eastern Nangarhar province on Sunday which left at least three civilians wounded on Sunday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Five civilians injured in central Uruzgan province blast

Kabul: Five civilians and two policemen were hurt as a  bomb-rigged motorcycle blasted in Afghanistan's central Uruzgan province on Tuesday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Unidentified gunmen killed 2 female judges in Kabul

Kabul: Unidentified gunmen shot dead two female judges in Kabul on Sunday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Police arrest six Pakistani nationals on suspicion of spying

Kabul: The Afghanistan Police have arrested six Pakistani nationals on suspicion of spying in Spin Boldak border district of southern Kandahar province, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Local radio station attacked in Kunduz

Kunduz: An imam of a mosque, along with a mob, attacked local radio station  Zohra Radio in Afghanistani city of Kunduz recently, media reports said on Saturday.

US does not advocate interim government in Afghanistan: Diplomat

Moscow/Sputnik: The United States does not advocate an interim government in Afghanistan, as it believes that the outcomes of the peace talks between the government in Kabul and the Taliban radical group should reflect the aspirations of the Afghan people, Charge d'Affaires to Afghanistan Ross Wilson said on Wednesday, reaffirming commitment to a political settlement.

Humanitarians seek $1.3 billion to help millions in war-weary Afghanistan

New York: The UN and humanitarian partners in Afghanistan are seeking $1.3 billion to assist almost 16 million people in need of life-saving assistance as a result of decades of conflict, recurrent natural disasters, and the added impact of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.

Afghanistan: Car bomb blast leaves one person killed

Kabul: A car bomb, which targeted National Directorate of Security (NDS) personnel in southern Helmand province region of Afghanistan, left at least one person killed on Monday, media reports said on Monday.

Afghanistan: IED explosion leaves three dead 

Kabul:  An Improvised Explosive Device (IED) explosion hit Afghanistan's Pul-e-Khumri city on Saturday which left at least three people, including civilians, killed, media reports said.

Expert believes Taliban failed to change its way despite Intra-Afghanistan talks

Keeping in mind the recent negotiations that the Afghanistan government and Taliban resumed, several American policymakers have opined that the Taliban has changed but the people of the war-battered nation feels that  the group still believes in its "medieval, totalitarian, and dogmatic ideologies".

Afghanistan: IED blast leaves 2 killed in Nangarhar

Kabul: At least two people were killed as a roadside blast hit  Nangarhar region in Afghanistan on Monday, media reports said.

Airstrike in eastern Afghanistan leaves 13 Taliban killed: Authorities

Kabul/Sputnik: Thirteen Taliban fighters were killed by an airstrike in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province, the provincial press office said on Monday.

Afghanistan: Kapsia blast leaves five people killed 

Kabul: A car bomb blast in Afghanistan's central Kapisa province on Sunday left at least five people killed, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Unknown gunmen gun down ANA soldier in Kabul

Kabul: Unidentified gunmen shot dead an Afghan National Army (ANA) soldier in Kabul city on Sunday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Police recover two abducted doctors

Kabul: Police have recovered two doctors, who were abducted, from Afghanistan's central Kapesa province on Friday, media reports said.