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Bomb blast kills 27, injures 40 in Afghan capital

KABUL: (Web Desk)- A bomb attack has targeted vehicles carrying police cadets on the western outskirts of the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing at least 27 people and injuring 40 others. An Interior Ministry official, who declined to be named, said details are still being verified. Initial reports said two bombs …

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Afghan Forces Kill Over 40 ISIS Militants in 24 Hours

[/tie_full_img] [/tie_full_img] Afghan security forces and national defense killed 58 insurgents, including 43 ISIS terrorists in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar, according to a statement. Afghan security forces killed 43 ISIS militants over the past 24 hours, the Afghan Defense Ministry said in a statement on Saturday. “Over the …

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Nepali migrants banned from working in Afghanistan

[/tie_full_img] [/tie_full_img] KATHMANDU : Nepal has banned its nationals from working in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria after 13 Nepali security guards were killed by a Taliban suicide bomber in the Afghan capital earlier this week, Labour Minister Deepak Bohara said on Friday. The decision comes after a parliamentary panel …

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Seven killed in clash between Pak, Afghan Taliban in Kunar

  [/tie_full_img] [/tie_full_img] PESHAWAR: Seven militants were killed during a clash between the Afghan and Pakistani Taliban in the eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan, police said on Friday. Abdul Habib Saidkhel, the police chief of Kunar, told the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) that the clash took place in the Pashad …

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Iran warns against emergence of Daesh, offshoots in Afghanistan

[/tie_full_img] [/tie_full_img] New York, June 22, IRNA – Iran’s Ambassador and Charge d’Affaires to the United Nations, Gholamhossein Dehghani on Tuesday warned against appearance of different terrorist groups derived from Daesh in Afghanistan noting that turning a blind eye towards the issue would lead to deterioration of the situation in …

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Pak-Afghan relations after Torkham

[/tie_full_img] Nasim Zehra [/tie_full_img] The crisis at the Torkham border, which tragically turned bloody, has now settled down. More importantly, a comprehensive, though little known, attempt at constructing a bilateral architecture of engagement involving Pakistani and Afghan stakeholders from the security sector is back on track. Wiser by the crisis …

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Afghan MPs confirm new defence minister, intelligence chief

[/tie_full_img] [/tie_full_img] KABUL – Afghan lawmakers on Monday approved President Ashraf Ghani’s nominees for defence minister and intelligence director, two crucial posts that sat vacant for months as the country struggles to rein in an ascendant insurgency. The confirmations came as attacks left at least 23 people dead across Afghanistan …

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Taliban suicide blast kills 14 Nepalese guards in Kabul

[/tie_full_img] [/tie_full_img] KABUL: A Taliban suicide bomber killed 14 Nepalese security guards in a blast targeting their Kabul minibus, officials said, the first claimed attack in the capital since Washington expanded the US military’s authority to strike the insurgents. The attack, which police said was carried out by a suicide …

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