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May 30, 2019
High-level Afghan delegation led by Hamdullah Mohib holds talks with Pakistan authorities to discuss security issuesA high-level Afghan delegation led by national security adviser has held talks with top civilian and military officers in Pakistan, discussing security issues, the peace process with Taliban and also to prepare the ground for a possible visit of President Ashraf Ghani next month
Jul 03, 2018
UN chief Antonio Guterres condemns suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan, urges all parties to protect minoritiesThe UN Secretary General expressed his condolences and urged all parties to uphold their obligation to protect civilians, including minority communities.
Jun 20, 2017
Kabul blast: Afghan capital tense after police crackdown on protesters kills one and injures sixKabul authorities on Tuesday demolished a sit-in camp erected to protest spiralling insecurity, triggering street clashes that left at least one demonstrator dead in the latest bout of violence to shake the city.
Sep 28, 2016
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar: Will the Afghanistan warlord turn out to be Pakistan’s wild card against India?Pakistan will hope to use the Hekmatyar to its advantage, but it is too early to predict anything in the complicated tribal intrigues of Afghanistan.
Jul 24, 2016
Ashraf Ghani slams Pakistan for harbouring terrorists; praises IndiaGhani said that Pakistan provides sanctuaries to terrorists and trains them, making relations with Pakistan, the bigger challenge for his country
Apr 19, 2016
Taliban truck bombing in Kabul leaves seven dead and 327 injuredThe brazen assault in a densely packed neighbourhood marks the first major Taliban attack in Kabul since the insurgents announced their spring offensive.
Nov 12, 2015
Beheading of seven Shiite Hazaras in Kabul: Afghan protesters demand answers from Ashraf Ghani govtThousands of protesters marched coffins containing the decapitated bodies of seven Shiite Hazaras through the Afghan capital Wednesday, demanding justice for a minority whose persecution by the Taliban they say is ignored by the government.