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Afghanistan: Taliban implements gender segregation in restaurants across Herat

Herat, Afghanistan: Taliban rulers of Afghanistan have implemented a gender segregation plan in restaurants situated in Herat province.

Unknown people behead five members of a family in Afghanistan

Herat: Unknown people have beheaded five members, including children, of a family in Afghanistan's Herat province, media reports said on Sunday.

Afghanistan: Blast leaves 6 people dead 

Kabul: A blast rocked Afghanistan's Herat province on Saturday which left six people dead, media reports said on Sunday.

Afghanistan: Taliban members open fire at Herat province checkpost, 2 die

Herat: Locals in Afghanistan's Herat region have alleged that Taliban affiliates opened fire at a car in their checkpoint in Kazemi area of the city that resulted in the killing of the driver.

Afghanistan: Majority of Herat residents are now hit by poverty

Herat, Afghanistan/IBNS: A large number of people in Herat province in western Afghanistan are now hit by poverty, media reports said on Monday.

Taliban kill young doctor in Afghanistan's Herat province

Kabul/IBNS: The Taliban security members killed a 33-year-old physician in the western Herat province of Afghanistan on Thursday, the country's largest online news service Khaama Press reported citing local sources.

Afghanistan: Large number of teachers protest against nonpayment of salaries in Herat

Herat: A large number of teachers assembled in the Herat region of Afghanistan to demand payment of their salaries, media reports said.

Taliban issues first fatwa: No co-ed classes can be held in Herat universities anymore

Kabul: Nearly a week after coming to power in Afghanistan, Taliban insurgents have issued their first fatwa where they have directed that in Herat province girls will not be allowed to sit in the same classrooms with boys both in  government and private universities, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Taliban terrorists capture Herat

Herat: Taliban terrorists on Friday seized Herat city in Afghanistan, the third largest city of the country, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Locals in Herat march against Taliban, VP Amrullah Saleh welcomes

Herat: Announcing their support for Afghanistan government forces, locals united   against Taliban and marched the streets of the western city of Herat on Monday night.

Afghanistan updates - Clashes continue in Herat city, Injil district

Kabul/IBNS: Clashes continued in Herat city as well as the adjoining Injil district of Afghanistan as the conflict between Taliban and the Afghan security forces intensified.

Afghan military regains control over Guzara district in Herat province

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The Afghan government forces have liberated the Guzara district from the Taliban in the western province of Herat, the Ministry of Defense said.

Security forces repel Taliban attacks in Herat City, Karokh

Kabul: Afghanistan security forces pushed back Taliban attacks on Herat city and Karokh district in Herat province of Afghanistan on Wednesday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Security forces repel Taliban attacks in Herat, Karokh

Herat: Afghanistan security forces have pushed back Taliban attacks on Herat city and Karokh district in Herat province on Wednesday, media reports said on Friday.

Afghanistan: Ismail Khan mobilizes hundreds in Herat to end Taliban run

Kabul: Political situation in Afghanistan is undergoing a massive change in recent times as foreign troops are moving out of the country and in such a backdrop Mohammad Ismail Khan, a former mujahideen leader and a senior member of Jamiat-e-Islami party,  has mobilized hundreds of his loyalists in Herat province in the west of Afghanistan to fight the Taliban as the group continues to capture large swaths of territories across the country.