Geo political experts believe that Pakistan cheered Taliban insurgents taking control over Afghanistan due to its growing concerns about its enemy India.
Beijing: The Chinese governmet has said it is ready to cooperate with the United States on Afghanistan to prevent a civil war and prevent the country from becoming a breeding ground for t ...
New York: As the crisis in Afghanistan deepens by the hour, with reports that insurgent forces reached the country’s capital, Kabul, earlier on Sunday, UN Secretary-General Ant&oacu ...
Beijing: The Chinese government on Monday said it hopes to see the Taliban implement what it promised to “ensure the smooth transition of the situation in Afghanistan."
Kabul: Taliban insurgents have declared that the 'war' in Afghanistan is over after they entered Kabul on Sunday and took control over the Presidential Palace.
Kabul/London: British PM Boris Johnson gave a strong message to Taliban insurgents as they take control of Afghanistan after capturing capital city Kabul on Sunday, saying that nobody sho ...
New York: Afghanistan is on course to witness its highest ever number of documented civilian casualties in a single year since records began, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday. ...
A geo-political expert feels that as the deadline for withdrawal of US forces is drawing closer, China might significantly get the chance to increase activity in Afghanistan.
Kabul: Fabien Baussart, President of Center of Political and Foreign Affairs, has said Pakistan wants to keep Afghanistan feeble, debilitated and divided.
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