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Kabul/UNI/Sputnik: Gunmen opened fire at four religious scholars near Kabul on Wednesday morning, killing two and wounding two others, a local source told Sputnik. more
Afghanistan: Media employee hit by armed men in Kabul

Kabul: An Afghanistani media employee has claimed he was beaten up by armed men in PD 9 region of Afghanistan's Kabul city recently, media reports said on Monday.

Afghanistan: Taliban conducts military parade in Kabul with US-made armored vehicles

Kabul: Taliban fighters, who were boarding US-made armored vehicles and supported by Russian helicopters, paraded in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Sunday, showcasing their attempt to bui ...

Afghanistan: Twin blasts, gunfire reported near Kabul military hospital

Kabul (JEN): Two powerful explosions have been reported near a military hospital in the Afghan capital of Kabul while the sound of gunfire has been heard across the area, according to loc ...

Taliban raid suspected IS hideout in Kabul following Sunday's deadly mosque bombing: Spokesperson

Kabul/JEN: The Taliban forces carried out a raid at a suspected hideout of an Islamic State (IS) affiliate in the Afghan capital and killed several 'insurgents', hours after ' ...

WHO chief Tedros Ghebreyesus arrives in Kabul, to meet Taliban leadership

Kabul/UNI: World Health Organisation chief Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus arrived in Kabul on Monday, and is expected to meet with the Taliban leadership, including Prime Minister Mullah H ...

Qatar Airways charter flight carries 28 Americans out of Kabul: State Department

Washington: The US State Department on Saturday confirmed 28 Americans left Kabul city by boarding a Qatar Airways charter flight on Friday.

Al-Qaeda's re-emergence will happen due to Taliban: Blinken

Washington: US Secretary State Antony Blinken has said  if the terror group Al-Qaeda threatens the United States from Afghanistan, the Taliban will be responsible for it.

US lawmakers write to Blinken, urging Biden govt to recognize Taliban as terrorist organization

Washinton: U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), a veteran of the Global War on Terrorism and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, led her colleagues in calling on President Joe Bid ...

First humanitarian flight to Kabul marks 'turning point' in crisis: WFP

New York: The return of humanitarian flights to Kabul since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan is a turning point in the crisis, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) said on Tuesday.