New York: The UN has condemned a suicide bombing in the Afghan capital Kabul which has left more than 20 dead, according to latest news reports, many of them young women who were sitting mock exams at an education centre.
Kabul: The Taliban forces shot in the air to disperse the women protesters who had assembled in front of the Iranian Embassy in Kabul to demonstrate against the death of Mahsa Amini.
Kabul: A blast rocked an education centre in Afghanistan's capital Kabul city on Friday which left at least 19 people dead, media reports said, triggering widespread condemnation.
Kabul: The Taliban government of Afghanistan has accused Pakistan of receiving hefty sums of money from the United States to allow US drones to invade Afghanistan for airstrikes through the airspace of Pakistan.
New York: “Patience is running out” for many in the international community when it comes to effectively engaging with Afghanistan’s de facto rulers, the Taliban, senior UN envoy for the country, Markus Potzel, told the Security Council on Tuesday.
Faizabad (Afghanistan): One person was killed and three others injured as a blast rocked Faizabad city, the capital of Afghanistan's northern Badakhshan province, on Sunday, provincial head of information and culture department Qari Maazudin Ahmadi said.
Kabul: At least nine people died and 41 others, including children, were hurt as a blast occurred in the Wazir Akbar Khan area of Kabul city on Friday, media reports said on Saturday.
Kabul: An Uzbek community leader in Afghanistan has accused Mohammad Karim Khalili, a Hazara leader, of having secret ties with Pakistan.
Casualties are feared as an explosion rocked close to Wazir Mohammad Akbar Khan Mosque in Kabul city of Afghanistan on Friday, media reports said.
Kabul: Afghanistan's Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) said on Wednesday that it has put in auction 12 million US dollars as part of efforts to keep the local currency afghani stable.
Kabul: Unidentified men have shot dead a youth in Afghanistan's Shindand district, media reports said on Tuesday.
Washington: The United States released a powerful Afghan drug lord after two decades of imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay detention camp in return for an American held prisoner by the Taliban, Afghan officials said.
The Taliban government has decided to ban Pub G and TikTok apps in the next three months.
Kabul: The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) urged on Sunday the Taliban-led (under UN sanctions for terrorist activities) Afghan government to allow high school education for girls.
Kabul: One person died and three others were injured when a blast rocked the provincial capital of Takhar in Afghanistan, media reports said on Saturday.