Afghanistan

Death toll in Kabul mosque bombing rises to 12

A blast at a mosque on the outskirts of the Afghan capital during Friday prayers killed at least 12 people, police said, shattering the relative calm of a three-day ceasefire. "During Friday congregation an explosion happened …

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15 killed in blast in Kabul

At least 25 people have been killed and 50 others wounded in Afghanistan after a blast hit near a school in the capital Kabul, according to Afghan Interior Ministry, TRT World reports. The explosion occurred when students were …

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Tamim Ehlas: "Glamorous mujahideen don't want to fight"

On May 1, the United States began to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan. In an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza, Afghan historian, chairman of the Association for the Promotion and Development of Youth of Afghanistan Tamim Ehlas noted that until …

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NATO: withdrawal from Afghanistan has begun

NATO has begun withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, officials confirmed on Thursday. “NATO allies decided in mid-April to start the withdrawal of Resolute Support Mission forces by May 1 and this withdrawal has begun,” a …

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Georgia to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan

Georgia will coordinate the pullout of its forces from Afghanistan in line with its allies in NATO, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said. "According to the schedule agreed with NATO, Georgian troops will also leave …

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Istanbul to host Afghan peace meet on April 24-May 4

Turkey announced that the international conference on the Afghan peace process will be held in Istanbul from April 24 to May 4. The high-level and inclusive conference between representatives of the Afghan government and the Taliban is …

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Pakistan awaits Russian gas and military equipment

Russia reaffirmed Wednesday it will enhance security cooperation with Pakistan by strengthening the South Asian nation's "potential" to fight terrorism, which is to include supplying Islamabad with the "relevant military" hardware, Voice of America writes

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