IS Khorasan Chief arrested in Afghanistan  

IS Khorasan Chief arrested in Afghanistan  

Kabul: – Munib Mohammed, the Chief Commander of the terrorist organisation ‘IS Khorasan’, in Afghanistan, was arrested by the Afghan security agencies. IS Khorasan had accepted the responsibility of the attack on the Sikh Gurudwara at Kabul in Afghanistan. Thereafter, the Afghan agencies had initiated an aggressive campaign against terrorist organisations.   Munib Mohammed was arrested […]

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Thousands of Afghans stranded in Pakistan, flee to homeland  

Thousands of Afghans stranded in Pakistan, flee to homeland  

Islamabad: – Thousands of Afghan nationals stranded in Pakistan due to Coronavirus, are trying to return to the homeland. There were nearly 10,000 Afghan nationals stranded in Pakistan. But Afghanistan closed its borders with Pakistan after the spread of Coronavirus increased in Pakistan. The afghan people seem to be trying to return to Afghanistan realising […]

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Mastermind of the Kabul Gurudwara attack arrested, joint action by Afghan Security agencies

Mastermind of the Kabul Gurudwara attack arrested, joint action by Afghan Security agencies

Moulavi Abdullah aka Aslam Farooqi, the mastermind of the attack on the Gurudwara in Kabul, on 25th of March, has been arrested. Farooqi, who was arrested with 20 accomplices, is a Pakistani. Moulavi Abdullah had links with Lashkar-e-Taiba and Haqqani network. Currently, he was an operative for the terrorist organisation Khorasan. Twenty-two people of the […]

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As Coronavirus cases rise, India shifts diplomats at Afghanistan consulates in Herat and Jalalabad to Kabul

As Coronavirus cases rise, India shifts diplomats at Afghanistan consulates in Herat and Jalalabad to Kabul

New Delhi: As Afghanistan shares a long border with Iran, the Novel Coronavirus is now spreading rapidly in Afghanistan. Given the spread of the virus, India has moved its diplomats and staff at the embassies in Herat and Jalalabad to capital Kabul. Sources informed that the decision was taken as these areas are grossly deficient […]

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27 killed in a cowardly terror attack on a Gurudwara in Afghanistan

27 killed in a cowardly terror attack on a Gurudwara in Afghanistan

27 people were killed in a cowardly terror attack on a Gurudwara, of the Sikh religion, in the Afghan capital of Kabul. The terrorist organisation IS, has accepted the responsibility of the attack. Despite this, the Afghan intelligence agencies suspect that this attack has been carried out by the Haqqani network of the Taliban. The […]

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Peace talks under threat following Taliban attack Afghan soldiers

Peace talks under threat following Taliban attack Afghan soldiers

Kabul: Strong reactions are emanating from around Afghanistan over the Taliban attack on Afghan soldiers two days ago. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani criticised ‘This gruesome Taliban attack has put the peace talks in jeopardy.’ Whereas, the self-proclaimed Afghan President Abdullah Abdullah warned that these Taliban attacks are unpardonable. The Afghan people are lashing out that […]

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Afghan President orders release of 1,500 Taliban terrorists

Afghan President orders release of 1,500 Taliban terrorists

Kabul: Seven people, including two citizens, were killed in the attacks carried out by the Taliban in 15 Afghan provinces in the last 24 hours. While these attacks were being carried out, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani ordered the conditional release of 1,500 Taliban prisoners. It is being said that the Afghan President took this decision […]

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Peace treaty possible only if the Taliban stop violence in Afghanistan

Peace treaty possible only if the Taliban stop violence in Afghanistan

Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced, ‘The peace treaty with Taliban is possible only if they succeed in keeping their promise, to stop the violence in Afghanistan in the next seven days.’ This reaction from Secretary of State Pompeo came because of the Taliban attacks on the Afghan military in the last four […]

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