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Taliban suicide bomber kills 4, wounds over 100 in Kabul

KABUL: Afghan officials say at least four people were killed when a Taliban suicide bomber detonated an explosive-laden vehicle in Kabul. Health Ministry spokesman Wahidullah...

Afghanistan’s location will make US stay, says Hamid Karzai

Amid efforts by the US and Russia to reach out to the Taliban for a reconciliation process in Afghanistan, former Afghan president Hamid Karzai...

US officials due today for talks on Afghan peace process

WASHINGTON: Two key US officials — special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and Deputy Assistant to the US president Lisa Curtis — are expected in Islamabad...

IEC announces initial results of parliamentary election for Kabul & Kochi

Independent Election Commission (IEC) has announced the primary results of Parliamentary polls for Kabul and Kochi constituency late on Monday. Abdul Badi Sayed chief...

AAF bomb Taliban gathering in Faryab province

The Afghan Air Force bombed a gathering of Taliban militants in northern Faryab province of Afghanistan leaving at least 11 militants dead. The 209th Shaheen...

Record number of Afghans streaming back from Iran as US sanctions bite and prices...

As a bitter wind scours the desert outside Herat, minibus after minibus drops its passengers at a camp for Afghans returning from Iran. Carrying meagre...

New Delhi focuses on Afghan problem

Peace and stability in Afghanistan was the main focus of India at the first India Central Asia dialogue in Samarkand, Uzbekistan in which External...

Afghan Taliban mounts new attacks as peace talks continue

KABUL, Afghanistan (Tribune News Service) –– Taliban militants have accelerated attacks across Afghanistan in a show of strength as the U.S. pushes forward with...

Nearly 1 mln educated Afghans unemployed

Up to 1 million educated Afghans, or 45 percent of over 2.5 million jobless Afghans, have been suffering from unemployment, a local newspaper reported...

Gunmen attack police station in western Afghanistan, five killed

KABUL: Five people were killed on Saturday in clashes between the police and gunmen who attacked a police station in Afghanistan’s western Herat province,...

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