Pakistan birthplace of Taliban says top Afghan leader Ata Noor

New Delhi: Mincing no words, senior Afghan leader and once a member of the legendary Northern Alliance, Ata Mohammad Noor has called Pakistan as the “birthplace of Taliban”. His comments come days after videos emerged of the Taliban’s top leader Abdul Ghani Baradar engaging with followers in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi and confessing … Read more

Donald Trump orders American troops to leave Somalia

Washington: The Pentagon said Friday (December 4) it is pulling most US troops out of Somalia on President Donald Trump’s orders, continuing a post-election push by Trump to shrink US involvement in counterterrorism missions abroad. Without providing details, the Pentagon said in a short statement that “a majority” of US troops and assets in Somalia … Read more

30 Afghan policemen killed in suicide car bombing

KABUL: At least 30 policemen were killed and over 20 others injured in a suicide car bomb blast that hit a military camp in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province on Sunday (November 29), top officials have confirmed. “The targeted camp (in Ghazni city) which belongs to the Public Protection Police Forces came under attack Sunday morning. The … Read more

Twin blasts in Afghanistan's Bamiyan province kill 17, injure more than 50

Kabul: As many as 17 people have been killed and more than 50 people were injured in two explosions in Afghanistan`s Bamiyan city, which is one of the most secure provinces, on Tuesday. Citing local officials, TOLO News reported that the explosions happened in a local market in the city of Bamiyan, the center of … Read more

Pakistan Taliban involved in Helmand attacks, says Afghanistan

Kabul: The Afghanistan government has said that the Pakistan Taliban had a role in the Helmand attacks and Afghan forces have killed around 200 of them who were involved in the incident.  “The Helmand attacks, planned by the Taliban, more than 200 Pakistani Taliban members had participated in it and our Afghan National Defense and … Read more

Shocking! Police woman in Afghanistan shot and blinded for getting a job

KABUL: The last thing 33-year-old Khatera saw were the three men on a motorcycle who attacked her just after she left her job at a police station in Afghanistan`s central Ghazni province, shooting at her and stabbing her with a knife in the eyes. Waking up in the hospital, everything was dark. “I asked the … Read more

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