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Kabul: Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the country’s power distributor, said Chinese investors have expressed their desire to invest in coal-fired power in Afghanistan, media reports said. more
Afghanistan reaffirms commitment to combating cross-border terrorism, says Pakistan

Kabul: The current Afghan government has reaffirmed its commitments to Pakistan in terms of security and fight against cross-border terrorism, Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mumta ...

Pakistani agents robbing Afghanistan's cultural heritage: Reports

Kabul: Pakistani agents are robbing the cultural heritage of Afghanistan by smuggling ancient idols and other artifacts from the nation which is currently ruled by the Taliban, media repo ...

Afghanistan: Salang tunnel fire leaves 19 people dead, 30 hurt

Kabul: At least 19 people died and 30 others were hurt as a fire broke out at a tunnel in Afghanistan's Salang Pass, media reports said on Monday.

Afghanistan: Fire breaks out at Salang Tunnel, 12 die

Kabul: At least 12 people died and 37 others were hurt as a fire broke out at a tunnel in Salang Pass in Afghanistan's Parwan province, media reports said on Sunday.

Taliban minister accuses Iran of sending former Afghan soldiers to war in Ukraine

Kabul: Khalil Rahman Haqqani, the acting Afghan Minister for Refugees and Repatriation, has said that Iran is using former Afghan soldiers as a military force, media reports said on Sunda ...

Afghanistan: Eight people die as travel bus plunges into river in Khinjan district

Kabul: At least eight people died when a travel bus fell into a river in Afghanistan's  Khinjan district on Saturday, media reports said on Sunday.

UK govt asks British nationals not to travel to Afghanistan

Kabul/London: The UK government has directed its nationals not to travel to Afghanistan as the security situation in the country is 'extremely volatile'.

Hamid Karzai slams Pakistan over mistreating Afghan refugees

Kabul: Ex-Afghanistan president Hamid Karzai has slammed Pakistan for mistreating Afghan refugees who had to cross the border for safety following the collapse of the government last year ...

Afghanistan: Opium cultivation up nearly a third, warns UNODC

New York: The 2022 opium crop in Afghanistan is the most profitable in years with cultivation up by nearly a third amid soaring prices, and despite the multiple humanitarian and economic ...