New York: The United Nations has condemned the deadly suicide bombing during Friday prayers at the largest Shia mosque in the city of Kandahar, in southern Afghanistan, which killed at least 30 people and wounded dozens more.
London/Washington: The US and UK governments have issued advisories to its citizens where they have asked them to stay away from the Serena hotel in Kabul amid security threats.
Tehran: The Iran Embassy in Kabul on Monday said the country is willing to send humanitarian aid to the victims of the blast that targeted a mosque in Khan Abad port of Kunduz province.
Kabul: Hundreds of male and female doctors from Samangan and Nuristan provinces gathered at the gate of UNAMA in Kabul and demanded their salaries for the past 14 months to be paid.
Doha: US officials on Saturday met members of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban government in Qatar for the first time ever since the foreign forces left the nation in August.
Kabul/New Delhi/UNI: A group of heavily armed people vandalised the Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Taliban-ruled Kabul and took three guards there into custody before smashing the CCTV cameras and leaving the premises, an Afghan Sikh gentleman told UNI from Kabul.
Kabul: President Indian World Forum Puneet Singh Chandhok on Tuesday claimed that unidentified armed men entered Karte Parwan Gurdwara in Afghanistan capital Kabul and vandalized the Gurdwara.
Kabul: Many people are feared to have died as a blast occurred close to the gate of Eid Gah Mosque in Afghanistan capital city Kabul on Sunday afternoon, said deputy minister for Taliban government's culture and information ministry Zabihullah Mujahid.
Kabul/UNI: A group of Afghan Hindus and Sikhs on Thursday met Hamdullah Nomani, the Taliban-appointed Kabul Mayor and head of the Kabul municipality commission, to discuss issues related to the city and also about upkeep of the gurdwara in Kabul.
Kabul: An Afghan female investor has decided to shut down a driving training center for women that was established a year ago in Kabul as a hardline Islamic Taliban rule takes hold in Afghanistan.
Women-owned restaurants and cafes in Afghanistan's Kabul city have remained closed since the past month after Taliban took control over the country.
Kabul/UNI: World Health Organisation chief Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus arrived in Kabul on Monday, and is expected to meet with the Taliban leadership, including Prime Minister Mullah Hassan Akhund, his deputy Mullah Baradar, as well as government officials.
Kabul/UNI: The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) has said that its office buildings have been occupied by the Taliban militia since August 15 when the Islamist group took over the country, and has appealed to the UN Human Rights Council to set up an independent body to monitor human rights violations in Afghanistan.
Washington: The US State Department on Saturday confirmed 28 Americans left Kabul city by boarding a Qatar Airways charter flight on Friday.
Washington: US Secretary State Antony Blinken has said if the terror group Al-Qaeda threatens the United States from Afghanistan, the Taliban will be responsible for it.