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Clashes between Afghanistan, Pakistan military along Durand Line leaves five dead

At least five people died after  Islamic Emirate forces and Pakistani military clashed along Durand Line in Afghanistan's Paktia region recently.

Afghanistan: Three Spanish nationals die in Bamyan shooting

At least four people, including three Spanish nationals, died in a shooting incident in Central Afghanistan on Friday, media reports said.

Pakistan official says TTP's attacks have increased significantly in past two years

Pakistan’s Special Representative on Afghanistan Asif Ali Durrani has claimed that terror outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban-e-Pakistan's attacks in the country, emanating from Afghanistan, have spiked significantly ever since the Taliban took control over the neighbouring nation in 2021.

Afghan journalist shot by armed men in Pakistan

Afghan journalist Ahmed Hanayesh was shot by a group of armed men in Islamabad on the evening of April 3, sustaining serious injuries to his leg and head, media reports said.

Pakistan government must stop ignoring global calls to halt unlawful deportation of Afghan refugees, says Amnesty International

Reacting to the announcement by the newly elected Government of Pakistan to expand and expedite its plans to unlawfully deport Afghan refugees in the country after the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr next week, James Jennion, Campaigner for the Refugee and Migrants’ Rights at Amnesty International, said.

Uyghur refugees of Pakistan faces deportation after Ramadan

The World Uyghur Congress recently pointed out that Uyghur families are facing  possible forceful deportation from Pakistan to China or Afghanistan after Ramadan.

Unexploded ordnance goes off in Afghanistan, nine children die

At least nine children died after an unexploded ordnance left over from past wars went off in east Afghanistan's Ghazni province, the state-run Bakhtar News Agency reported on Monday.

Women in Afghanistan to be stoned to death for adultery, says Taliban

Kabul: The Taliban has said that women in Afghanistan would face public floggings and stoning for adultery, proving apprehensions of the country regressing to a grim era under its rule, media reports said.

Putin accuses Ukraine of involvement in Moscow concert attack; Kyiv denies allegations

Moscow/ Kyiv: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday claimed that Ukraine played a role in the fatal Moscow concert attack, which resulted in the deaths of at least 143 people, media reports said.

Three kids killed as unexploded ordnance goes off in Afghanistan

Three children have lost their lives and two others sustained injuries as an unexploded ordnance went off in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province on Saturday, provincial government spokesman Mawlawi Mohammad Qasim Riaz said.

Tracing the ISI’s narco trail from Afghanistan to Pakistan

In the murky realm of international espionage and clandestine operations, few tales are as convoluted and sinister as the nexus of narcotics, war, and covert agencies. This is a tale of how the tentacles of drug trade, stretching from the rugged terrains of Afghanistan to the streets of North America, have not only fueled global conflicts but also sustained powerful intelligence agencies, most notably the CIA and Pakistan’s ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence).

Pakistani airstrikes leave eight, including women and children, dead in Afghanistan

Airstrikes conducted by Pakistan  Khost and Paktia provinces of Afghanistan on Monday left at least eight people, including women and children, dead, media reports said.

Afghanistan's Taliban administration invests USD 35million in Iran’s Chabahar port

The Taliban administration of Afghanistan has committed to invest  $35 million in Iran's strategically crucial Chabahar port, media reports said on Monday.

Twenty-five die in Afghanistan landslides

At least 25 people were killed and 10 others injured as a landslide struck a village in the Norgaram district of east Afghanistan's Nuristan province on Sunday, district Governor Qari Habibullah Sabir said on Monday.

Drastic erosion of women’s rights in Afghanistan continues, says UN

Afghan women fear arrest, harassment and further punishment whenever a new Taliban decree is announced, according to a new multi-agency UN report issued on Friday based on an extensive survey of women across the country.