Kabul: At least 42 Taliban militants have been gunned down in operations conducted by the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) in several provinces of Afghanistan. more
Afghanistan Wolesi Jirga polls: Ashraf Ghani casts his vote

Kabul: Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Saturday voted as the voting process for the Wolesi Jirga polls is currently going on.

UN Security Council condemns Kandahar attack

Kabul:  The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the attacks that took place in Afghanistan over the past weeks, including in Jowzjan, Kunduz, Takhar, Her ...

Afghanistan: Unknown men sets mosque on fire

Kabul: Unknown men on Friday set a mosque on fire in Afghanistan's Dorbaba district on Friday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Traffic mishap kills 15, injured 35

Kabul:  A traffic accident in Bakwah district of western Farah province of Afghanistan left at least 15 people dead on Friday, media reports said.

Security officials arrest 26 IS terrorists in Afghanistan

Kabul: The Afghan Intelligence, National Directorate of Security (NDS) have said they have arrested 26 Islamic State terrorists from Kabul city, media reports said on Wednesday.

Taliban’s spy chief for southeastern provinces, six others killed in Afghanistan

Kabul: A key Taliban shadow spy chief for southeastern provinces and six other terrorists were killed during an airstrike in Afghanistan's  Paktia province, media reports said on ...

Afghanistan: Road mishap kills 7 people

Kabul: A traffic accident on Kabul-Jalalabad highway in eastern Laghman province of Afghanistan killed at least seven people, media reports said.

Afghanistan: One person killed, 3 injured in blast

Kabul: A magnetic bomb blast in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province killed at least one policeman, media reports said on Friday.

Afghanistan: Nangarhar suicide attack death toll touches 32

Kabul: A suicide bomber targeted a protest rally in Momandara district of Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province and killed at least 32 people killed on Tuesday, media reports said ...