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Afghanistan: IED blast in Kabul leaves one killed

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Kabul/IBNS: At least one person was killed as an IED blast rocked Afghanistan's capital city Kabul on Saturday, media reports said.
Afghanistan: 20 hurt as unknown people throw grenade on wedding ceremony
Kabul/IBNS: Unknown people threw a grenade at a wedding ceremony in Afghanistan's Khost province which left at least 20 people wounded, media reports said on Sunday.
Afghan forces kill 7 Taliban militants in Ghazni province
Ghazni, Afghanistan/Xinhua/UNI: Afghan forces have killed at least seven Taliban militants in a fierce conflict in the country's eastern Ghazni province, an army statement said Saturday.
Four people injured in southern Afghanistan in rocket attack on helicopter: Military
Kabul/Sputnik/UNI: Four servicemen have been injured as a rocket hit a military helicopter in Afghanistan's southern province of Helmand, the Afghan Defense Ministry said on Saturday.
Bangladesh: Two suspected New JMB members arrested
Khulna/IBNS: Bangladesh police have arrested two suspected Jam'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (New JMB) members from the country's Khulna town, media reports said on Saturday.
Teen gangraped in Afghanistan's Bamyan province
Bamyan/IBNS: A group of unidentified men gangraped a 15-year-old girl in Afghanistan's central Bamyan province, media reports said on Saturday.
Jamaat–e–Islami and Islami Chhatra Shibir members arrested
Dhaka/IBNS: Police have arrested 16 members of Jamaat–e–Islami and Islami Chhatra Shibir from Charmohanpur area of Chapainawabganj Sadar upazila, media reports said.
Bulgarian prosecutor general's office says suspects 2 Russian diplomats of spying
Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: Bulgarian Prosecutor General held a pre-trial investigation on suspicion that two Russian diplomats were spies, but the case was suspended due to the diplomatic immunity, the prosecutor's office said.
Pakistan: Sikh human rights activist Radesh Singh Tony cries for help after threat calls
Peshwar/IBNS: At a time Imran Khan is sympathising with the minorities in India over its internal decisions, a Sikh human rights activist in Pakistan, Radesh Singh Tony, is crying for help and rescue after he received threat calls from the hardliners of the South Asian nation.
Imran Khan pitches for tourism in Pakistan at Davos
Islamabad/UNI: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, speaking at the World Economic Forum at Davos on Wednesday, made a strong pitch for promoting tourism in his country which hosts the remains of one of the oldest civilizations of the world.
Taliban militants surrender in Afghan province
Kabul/Xinhua/UNI: Forty Taliban militants have surrendered to Afghan National Army in the country's western province of Ghor amid military pressure in the mountainous region, Afghan Ministry of Defense confirmed on Wednesday.
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