President Ghani wins Afghan elections

President Ghani wins Afghan elections

Kabul: President Ashraf Ghani has once again emerged victorious in the Afghanistan elections. The Afghanistan election commission made this announcement. But, Abdullah Abdullah, his opponent has refused to accept this result and has claimed that he is the one who has won the elections. Whereas, the Taliban has refused to accept the victory of President […]

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19 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attack; Afghan military helicopter attacked as well

19 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attack; Afghan military helicopter attacked as well

Kabul: 19 soldiers were killed in the attack launched by the Taliban terrorists in the Kunduz province of Afghanistan. Taliban also accepted attacking a helicopter of the Afghan military, in the next few hours. Taliban holding peace talks with the United States is claiming that the negotiations are successful. Despite that, the Taliban is demonstrating […]

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11 Afghan police officers killed in Taliban attack

11 Afghan police officers killed in Taliban attack

Kabul/Washington: Eleven Afghan policemen were killed in an attack by Taliban terrorists in the Baghlan Province in northern Afghanistan. The Afghan agencies informed that an insider helped the Taliban to execute this attack on the police station. The Afghan agencies have suffered huge losses because of these insiders over the last few years. A police […]

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Plane crash in Taliban dominated Ghazni province of Afghanistan, 100 claimed to be dead

Plane crash in Taliban dominated Ghazni province of Afghanistan, 100 claimed to be dead

Kabul/Washington: A plane has reportedly crashed in the Taliban dominated Ghazni province of Afghanistan. Local officials claimed that this was a passenger airliner and a minimum of 100 people were killed in the crash. But the Afghan Passenger airlines ‘Ariana’ has refuted the claims and has said that both the planes were safe. At the […]

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Violence in Afghanistan will be reduced if the US agrees to demands: Jalaluddin Shinwari

Violence in Afghanistan will be reduced if the US agrees to demands: Jalaluddin Shinwari

Kabul/Islamabad: ‘Taliban is not ready for a complete ceasefire. But, if the United States agrees to our demands, the attacks on Afghanistan will be reduced,’ Taliban leader Jalaluddin Shinwari told AFP. While the US is trying to negotiate, the Taliban’s proposals are likely to undermine the US efforts. Taliban’s current proposal could dampen US’ efforts. […]

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26 soldiers killed in a fierce Taliban attack in Afghanistan   

26 soldiers killed in a fierce Taliban attack in Afghanistan   

Kabul: 26 soldiers were killed in the fierce attacks carried out by the Taliban, on new year eve in various provinces of Afghanistan. The security agencies claimed to have killed ten terrorists. Following the announcement, that even a temporary ceasefire was not possible with the Afghanistan government, this is the second major attack on the […]

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Pakistan plots attacks on Indian Embassies in Afghanistan

Pakistan plots attacks on Indian Embassies in Afghanistan

New Delhi: Pakistan is planning attacks on Indian embassies in Afghanistan using the dreaded terrorist outfits Islamic State (IS) and Lashkar-e-Taiba. The infamous Pakistani intelligence agency ISI has been working on the plot and have been imparting training to suicide attackers. The security at the Indian embassies in Afghanistan has been beefed up following the […]

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700 IS militants, family members detained in Afghanistan

700 IS militants, family members detained in Afghanistan

Kabul: Afghan security agency arrested 700 people during an action taken near the Pakistan border. This includes more than 450 IS terrorists and their family members, informed the Afghan agency. The Afghanistan government informed that these also included terrorists from Pakistan and Central Asia. This becomes the biggest action taken by the Afghan agencies against […]

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