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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).

Last two Afghan prisoners released from Guantanamo prison, arrive in Afghanistan

The last two Afghan prisoners who had been in the U.S.-run Guantanamo prison for years were set free and returned to Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Monday, the state-run Bakhtar news agency reported.

Blast rocks Afghanistan's capital Kabul, two people die 

At least two people died after an explosion rocked Afghanistan's capital Kabul city on Saturday.

Afghanistan: Explosion in bus leaves seven people dead

An explosion rocked a bus in Afghanistan's Kabul city on Tuesday which left at least seven people dead.

Kabul blast: Death toll rises to four, seven injured

Kabul/UNI: Four people were killed and seven others injured as a blast hit the Police District 18 of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, on Thursday evening, Kabul police spokesman Khalid Zadran said on Friday.

Afghanistan: Kabul blast leaves four people dead

At least four people died and nine others were injured as an explosion rocked Afghanistan's Kabul city on Thursday, media reports said on Friday.

Afghanistan: 30 percent of booksellers have shut down their business

Kabul: An Afghanistani commission has found almost 30 per cent of booksellers have stopped their business due to a lack of good market in the Taliban-ruled country.

Afghanistan: Kabul businesswoman providing professional training to homeless women, students

A businesswoman in Kabul is fighting all odds in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan to provide work and professional training to more than fifty women in the city.

Afghanistan: Shopkeepers in Kabul say sales remain low ahead of Eid

A shopkeeper in Kabul has said on the eve of Eid al-Adha sales of goods remain low.

Afghanistan: Kabul residents say armed robberies have increased in city

Kabul: Some Kabul residents have criticised a spike in armed robberies in some parts of Afghanistan's capital by irresponsible armed robbers.

Taliban detains three British men in Afghanistan

Kabul: A non-profit organization has claimed that three British men have been detained by the Taliban, a force that has been forcefully ruling Afghanistan since 2021, in the war-torn nation.

Afghanistan: Entrepreneur teaches girls crucial skills in 'secrecy' amid Taliban ban

Kabul: An Afghan woman entrepreneur is touching hearts by trying to provide education to  500 girls on diverse subjects at a time when the Taliban imposed a ban on female education in the country.

Afghanistan: Taliban security forces destroy ISIS hideout in Kabul

Kabul: The Taliban government has said their security forces have destroyed  an important ISIS hideout in the capital city of Kabul, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Armed forces raid private TV network in Kabul

Kabul: A group of armed men stomped into the compound of Tamaddon TV network in Afghanistan capital city Kabul and harassed the employees of the media organization, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Taliban bans people from celebrating Valentine's Day

Kabul: The Taliban rulers of Afghanistan had banned people in the country from celebrating Valentine's Day which was observed globally on Tuesday.