Taliban warns U.S., fake efforts could harm possible peace talks

Taliban warns U.S., fake efforts could harm possible peace talks

The Taliban militants group in Afghanistan has warned that fake efforts by certain circles could harm the possible peace talks between the group and the United States.

Herat-Khawaf railway links Afghanistan with Europe

Herat-Khawaf railway links Afghanistan with Europe

The local authorities of Herat province have proclaimed that the remaining work of construction of railway of Herat-Khawaf would be completed within two months.

Donald Trump declined meeting Ghani/ President cancelled his trip to NY

Donald Trump declined meeting Ghani/ President cancelled his trip to NY

President Ashraf Ghani canceled his visit to New York to attend the UN General Assembly (UNGA) meeting after his American counterpart Donald Trump declined meeting him, a well-placed source said Sunday.

​Failed States, Anarchy and resilience Of the Taliban in Afghanistan

​Failed States, Anarchy and resilience Of the Taliban in Afghanistan

The US considered the Taliban a stabilizing force to ensure its geostrategic interests by assisting in laying down the alternative Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan (TAP) pipeline bypassing Iran and Russia.

NATO assures of cooperation on Afghan election security

NATO assures of cooperation on Afghan election security

NATO has assured of "comprehensive cooperation" with the Afghan forces as they implement their security plan for the upcoming elections.

In capital Kabul a deadly bomb explosion defused

In capital Kabul a deadly bomb explosion defused

The Afghan security forces have thwarted a deadly bomb explosion in capital by seizing an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) planted on a roadside.

 
Taliban warns U.S., fake efforts could harm possible peace talks

Taliban warns U.S., fake efforts could harm possible peace talks

The Taliban militants group in Afghanistan has warned that fake efforts by certain circles could harm the possible peace talks between the group and the United States.

 
Herat-Khawaf railway links Afghanistan with Europe

Herat-Khawaf railway links Afghanistan with Europe

The local authorities of Herat province have proclaimed that the remaining work of construction of railway of Herat-Khawaf would be completed within two months.

 
Donald Trump declined meeting Ghani/ President cancelled his trip to NY

Donald Trump declined meeting Ghani/ President cancelled his trip to NY

President Ashraf Ghani canceled his visit to New York to attend the UN General Assembly (UNGA) meeting after his American counterpart Donald Trump declined meeting him, a well-placed source said Sunday....

 
​Failed States, Anarchy and resilience Of the Taliban in Afghanistan

​Failed States, Anarchy and resilience Of the Taliban in Afghanistan

The US considered the Taliban a stabilizing force to ensure its geostrategic interests by assisting in laying down the alternative Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan (TAP) pipeline bypassing Iran and Russia....

 
NATO assures of cooperation on Afghan election security

NATO assures of cooperation on Afghan election security

NATO has assured of "comprehensive cooperation" with the Afghan forces as they implement their security plan for the upcoming elections.

 
In capital Kabul a deadly bomb explosion defused

In capital Kabul a deadly bomb explosion defused

The Afghan security forces have thwarted a deadly bomb explosion in capital by seizing an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) planted on a roadside.

 
In Kandahar, Afghan border forces remove fence built by Pakistan

In Kandahar, Afghan border forces remove fence built by Pakistan

Afghan border forces in Kandahar have removed fence built by Pakistan along the Durand Line.

 
How ISIS appears to be deadlier than the Taliban in Afghanistan

How ISIS appears to be deadlier than the Taliban in Afghanistan

Noticeably, the primary targets for the Taliban are the Afghan government institutions and officials aimed at the objective of piling up pressure on the US and Afghan government to agree to their political ...

 
China’s surreptitious advance in Afghanistan

China’s surreptitious advance in Afghanistan

Deteriorating Afghan security poses risks for China, so Beijing is quietly building up its presence in the area.

 
Taliban’s ‘Red Unit’ deputy kills with his 12 Men

Taliban’s ‘Red Unit’ deputy kills with his 12 Men

Taliban’s ‘Red Unit’ deputy along with his 12 men were killed during conflicts with Afghan security forces in northern Kunduz province last night.

 
Several casualties in terror attack on military parade in Ahvaz, Iran

Several casualties in terror attack on military parade in Ahvaz, Iran

At least 20 people are injured after unknown gunmen attack a military parade in Iran’s southern city of Ahvaz.

 
Khalilzad to facilitate peace process between govt, Taliban

Khalilzad to facilitate peace process between govt, Taliban

In a memo to staff US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he was confident in Khalilzad’s ability to execute the mission.

 
​Georgia guardsmen to face crowded, complex battlefield in Afghanistan

​Georgia guardsmen to face crowded, complex battlefield in Afghanistan

The commander of the Georgia National Guard’s 48th Brigade is delivering an important message to the roughly 2,200 troops who will be deploying with him to Afghanistan in the coming months: Lace ...

 
Finding solutions in Afghanistan

Finding solutions in Afghanistan

In the midst of increasing challenges on the ground, what also remains another hurdle in the US’ path is its reluctance to bring other relevant partners including Russia into the process of negotiation....

 
VP Danish: Disrupting elections is treason

VP Danish: Disrupting elections is treason

After the government's opposition closed election offices in several provinces, Afghanistan's Second Vice President Sarwar Danish on Tuesday described the move as a "futile recourse" against democracy....

 
​Ahmad Zia Massoud warns of looming crisis amid persistent tensions over elections

​Ahmad Zia Massoud warns of looming crisis amid persistent tensions over elections

The former senior presidential adviser for reforms and good governance and member of the Grand National Coalition Ahmad Zia Massoud has warned that the persistent tensions over the elections could drag ...

 
Dozens of IS militants arrested in Kabul ahead of Ashura

Dozens of IS militants arrested in Kabul ahead of Ashura

Afghanistan's intelligence forces have arrested 26 Islamic State militants in Kabul ahead of Ashura celebration.

 
Abdullah: Review of security pact with U.S. not to help the security situation

Abdullah: Review of security pact with U.S. not to help the security situation

The Chief Executive of the Government of National Unity Abdullah Abdullah reacted at the recent moves by certain lawmakers and politicians regarding the review of the bilateral security pact with the ...

 
Khalilzad in UAE for negotiations with Taliban

Khalilzad in UAE for negotiations with Taliban

Zalmay Khalilzad, who was recently appointed as a special adviser for Afghanistan peace talks, has arrived in the United Arab Emirates for the next round of US-Taliban negotiations.

 
Pakistan promises nationality for ّAfghan refugee children

Pakistan promises nationality for ّAfghan refugee children

Immigrants from Afghanistan and Bangladesh will be granted Pakistani nationality, Prime Minister Imran Khan has promised.