A Suicide bomber shot dead in Kabul

A Suicide bomber shot dead in Kabul

A would-be suicide bomber was killed before he could reach his target in the Shahr-i-Naw neighbourhood of Kabul on Monday.

Zamir Kabulov: More than half of Afghanistan’s territory under the Taliban control

Zamir Kabulov: More than half of Afghanistan’s territory under the Taliban control

Taliban is present in most of Afghanistan’s provinces and controls more than a half of its territory, Russian president’s special envoy on Afghanistan and director of the Russian foreign ministry’s second Asia department, Zamir Kabulov, said.

ٰThe US talks with Taliban directly

ٰThe US talks with Taliban directly

The Trump administration has told its top diplomats to seek direct talks with the Taliban, a significant shift in US policy in Afghanistan, done in the hope of jump-starting negotiations to end the 17-year war.

A middle school in Nangarhar set fire by unknown gunmen

A middle school in Nangarhar set fire by unknown gunmen

Unknown gunmen have set on fire a middle school in the Batikot district of eastern Nangarhar province. Attaullah Khogyani, the governor’s spokesman, said unidentified gunmen torched the Captan Baba Middle School in the Krabawai locality of the district on Saturday night. He said that all textbooks,...

The return of Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum delayed for a few days

The return of Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum delayed for a few days

The return of Vice-President Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum from Turkey has been delayed for a few days, a government official revealed on Sunday.

Civilian deaths in Afghanistan hit record high

Civilian deaths in Afghanistan hit record high

The number of Afghan civilians killed in the country's long-running conflict hit a record high in the first six months of 2018, UN figures showed Sunday, with militant attacks and suicide bombs the leading causes of death.

 
A Suicide bomber shot dead in Kabul

A Suicide bomber shot dead in Kabul

A would-be suicide bomber was killed before he could reach his target in the Shahr-i-Naw neighbourhood of Kabul on Monday.

 
Zamir Kabulov: More than half of Afghanistan’s territory under the Taliban control

Zamir Kabulov: More than half of Afghanistan’s territory under the Taliban control

Taliban is present in most of Afghanistan’s provinces and controls more than a half of its territory, Russian president’s special envoy on Afghanistan and director of the Russian foreign ministry’s second ...

 
ٰThe US talks with Taliban directly

ٰThe US talks with Taliban directly

The Trump administration has told its top diplomats to seek direct talks with the Taliban, a significant shift in US policy in Afghanistan, done in the hope of jump-starting negotiations to end the 17-...

 
A middle school in Nangarhar set fire by unknown gunmen

A middle school in Nangarhar set fire by unknown gunmen

Unknown gunmen have set on fire a middle school in the Batikot district of eastern Nangarhar province. Attaullah Khogyani, the governor’s spokesman, said unidentified gunmen torched the Captan ...

 
The return of Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum delayed for a few days

The return of Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum delayed for a few days

The return of Vice-President Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum from Turkey has been delayed for a few days, a government official revealed on Sunday.

 
Civilian deaths in Afghanistan hit record high

The first six months of 2018, UN figures showed

Civilian deaths in Afghanistan hit record high

The number of Afghan civilians killed in the country's long-running conflict hit a record high in the first six months of 2018, UN figures showed Sunday, with militant attacks and suicide bombs the leading ...

 
Ghani: Dostum could come back to Afghanistan soon

Ghani: Dostum could come back to Afghanistan soon

President Ashraf Ghani said on Sunday that the chances of First Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum returning to Afghanistan was high.

 
Ghani: America stays here in Afghanistan

Ghani: America stays here in Afghanistan

Ghani said he does not believe President Donald Trump will pull American troops from the war there, minutes after the two leaders met inside the NATO Summit. NATO leaders emerged from Thursday’...

 
Abdullah: No problem with the return of the first vice president from exile

Abdullah: No problem with the return of the first vice president from exile

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah has said that he has no problem with the return of the first vice president Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum from exile.

 
​Karzai:  foreign airstrikes “irresponsible act”

​Karzai: foreign airstrikes “irresponsible act”

Former President Hamid Karzai strongly condemned recent airstrikes by the foreign troops in the Zormat district of Paktia and Khogyani district of Nangarhar provinces, calling them irresponsible acts.

 
Joint Fight against Terrorism, Narcotics ‌ Discussed by Iran, Afghanistan

Joint Fight against Terrorism, Narcotics ‌ Discussed by Iran, Afghanistan

In the third meeting of the Iran-Afghanistan Security-Defense Cooperation Committee being held in Tehran, the problems and security threats facing the Middle East region as well as ways of cooperation ...

 
Ghani  dislikes Dostum’s return

Ghani dislikes Dostum’s return

Hopes on first vice president Abdul Rashid Dostum’s returning home have increased following the second vice president Sarwar Danesh’s meeting with Dostum in Turkey.

 
Ghani under fire for meddling in Election

Ghani under fire for meddling in Election

The Independent Electoral Complaints Commission, says that the government’s disinterest in introducing new commissioners of the commission has created obstacles for its works.

 
Protesters shut election offices in north

Protesters shut election offices in north

Protests over the arrest of commander Nizamuddin Qaisari have spread in the north as outraged protesters shut down provincial offices of the Independent Election Commission in Faryab and Sar-i-Pul provinces....

 
​Afghan asylum seeker commits suicide day after being deported from Germany

​Afghan asylum seeker commits suicide day after being deported from Germany

An Afghan asylum seeker who lived in Germany for more than eight years, killed himself the day after he was deported, German officials have said.

 
Afghanistan: America

Afghanistan: America's longest and self-made war!

After the Taliban was defeated, its warriors turned into insurgents. The original war morphed into an insurgency, forcing the U.S. and its allies to fight a guerrilla war for which the U.S. was unprepared ...

 
​NATO pledges support for Afghanistan

​NATO pledges support for Afghanistan

NATO leaders reaffirmed the alliance’s support for its mission in Afghanistan, as the country grapples with a stubborn Taliban insurgency and threats from other extremist groups.

 
UK doubles it`s troops in Afghanistan

UK doubles it`s troops in Afghanistan

After a request from Donald Trump for reinforcements to tackle the fragile security situation, UK doubles it`s troops in Afghanistan.

 
Political history of Afghanistan

Political history of Afghanistan

The land of Afghanistan became an independent political unit in the center of Asia in 1747 (1126 LHY), when disputes and disagreements between two European powers, England and France, ..

 
Pashtonism / S.M.Baqer Mesbahzadeh

Pashtonism / S.M.Baqer Mesbahzadeh

"Pashtonism" meaning "inclination to Pashton" and "Pashton Leadership" is a word with special position in Afghanistan political culture, since there is a reflection in it carrying a fundamental destructive ...