Kabul: Several diplomatic missions in Kabul issued on Tuesday a joint statement to condemn the attack on the UN compound in Herat and violent incidents involving it.
United Nations/UNI: The UN Security Council (UNSC) under the presidency of India, will meet on Friday to discuss and take stock of the situation in Afghanistan.
Kabul: Amid a heavy offensive between the government and the insurgents, former Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has said the group will be defeated by the Afghans.
Kabul: After Herat, citizens across Afghan provinces have begun to chant the slogan of “Allahu Akbar” in anti-Taliban rallies.
Kabul: The Afghan Defence Ministry reported on Wednesday that 54 Taliban terrorists were killed during airstrikes carried out by the Afghan Air Force (AAF) on a Taliban gathering on the outskirts of Helmand provincial center on Tuesday.
Kabul: Head of Helmand provincial council, Attaullah Afghan revealed that heavy clashes are going on close to police headquarters in Lashkargah city on Wednesday.
Kabul: Taliban atrocities continue in different parts of Afghanistan as the terrorists are now forcing people in Ghaziabad and Narai districts of eastern Kunar province to provide them food, media reports said.
Kabul/UNI: At least 51 media outlets have been closed in Afghanistan due to the spike in violence over the last three months.
Kabul: At least eight people died as a car bomb blast occurred near the residence of country's Acting Defense Minister Gen. Bismillah Mohammadi in Kabul on Tuesday.
Kabul/IBNS: Amid the clashes between Taliban and Afghan security forces, civilians resorted to protest against Taliban and Pakistan here.
New York: The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) on Tuesday called for an immediate end to fighting in urban areas, as the Taliban continues a ground assault in the south of the country.
Kabul: A car bomb attack occurred close to the residence of Afghanistan's acting Defence Minister Gen. Bismillah Mohammadi on Tuesday, media reports said.
Washington: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday spoke with Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani when both the leaders condemned the recent attacks by Taliban in the war-ravaged nation.
Kabul: The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission recently released its report where it said 1,677 civilians were killed and 3,644 more were wounded in the first six months of this year, media reports said.
Kabul: Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) recently pushed back mass attacks by Taliban in several Afghanistan regions like Herat, Helmand, Takhar, and Kandahar as violence in the war-torn country continues ever since foreign forces started leaving the country.