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Afghanistan: Multiple explosions rock Sikh gurdwara in Kabul, 2 die

Kabul: At least two persons died as three explosions hit a gurdwara (Sikh temple) in Afghanistan's capital Kabul city on Saturday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Explosion occurs close to a Sikh-Hindu temple in Kabul, casualties unknown

Kabul: At least two explosions rocked Afghanistan's capital city Kabul, close to a  Sikh-Hindu temple in Police District 4, on Saturday, media reports said.

12 killed, 30 injured in Afghanistan mosque blast

Kabul/UNI/Sputnik: Twelve people were killed and 30 others were injured in an explosion in a mosque in Afghanistan's northern province of Kunduz, a source told Sputnik.

Blast rocks mosque in Afghanistan, several injured

Kabul: A blast rocked a mosque in Afghanistan's  Kunduz province on Friday.

Afghanistan facing ‘the darkest moments’ in a generation

Kabul: The Afghanistan people are experiencing some of “the darkest moments” in a generation the UN human rights chief told Human Rights Council on Wednesday.

TV anchor sells food on street in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, story goes viral

Kabul/IBNS: It is quite a wide known fact that Afghanistan is facing a lot of economic and political turmoil since the Taliban took control of the country but a recent Twitter post by Kabir Haqmal, who earlier worked with the Hamid Karzai government, depicts the poor condition of many talented professionals in the nation.

Afghanistan: Taliban compel shopkeepers in Kandahar to install white flag in shops

Kandahar, Afghanistan: The Taliban have reportedly forced shopkeepers in Afghanistan’s Kandahar city to install their group’s white flag in their shops and buildings, while health clinics and public baths have too been asked to follow the suit.

Afghanistan: World Bank provides $150 million lifeline to stem rural hunger

New York: A critical $150 million dollar lifeline for rural families in Afghanistan was announced by the World Bank on Monday, part of an overall package of $195 million, for critical livelihood and life-saving assistance, the UN agriculture agency FAO, said on Monday.

Afghanistan: Taliban forces kill ISIS commander

Kabul: The Taliban operated security forces have killed a key ISIS commander in Afghanistan's Bagrami district, media reports said on Tuesday.

Afghanistan: Journalist in Kapisa goes missing, RSF asks Taliban to give 'explanations'

Kabul: An Afghanistani journalist from Kapisa province of the country has gone missing, media reports said on Tuesday.

Afghanistan: Explosion in Kunar leaves one Taliban member dead

Kunar: An explosion rocked Kunar province in Afghanistan left a Taliban dead and six others injured, media reports said on Monday.

Car blast kills 6 people in Kabul

Kabul/UNI: At least six people were killed and two others were injured in a car explosion in the Afghan capital, eyewitnesses told Sputnik.

Afghanistan: Taliban arrests model over 'insulting sacred value'

Kabul: Taliban has arrested an Afghan model and social media influencer Ajmal Haqiqi for allegedly "insulting Islamic sacred value" as the model, along with three others, had reportedly used the verses of Quran in a "humorous manner" in a video.

Afghanistan: Unidentified men abduct businessman

Kabul: Taliban authorities have said unidentified men have abducted a businessman from Afghanistan's  Mazar-e-Sharif region, media reports said on Wednesday.

Taliban regime condemns remarks against Prophet Mohammad

Kabul/New Delhi: The Taliban on Monday joined the list of Islamic countries to protest against the controversial statements against Prophet Mohammad by now-expelled BJP functionaries, that have created a storm in the Muslim world.