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MPs Divided Over Move To Impeach NDS Chief             Trump invites President Putin to White House             Four Palestinians killed in clashes with Israeli soldiers in eastern Gaza            Armenian police arrest more amid ongoing protests             Afghanistanís Economy Stalls without Troop Presence: SIGAR             There was already intíl consensus on Karzai as Afghan leader before Bonn conference: Qanooni             We hope to see the day when two Koreas can live in peace: Trump            Japan, Australia to take part in Philippine-US military drills            North Korea willing to give up nukes if it feels no more threat from US: Analyst             Iraqi air forces hit Daesh positions in Syria in coordination with Damascus            Macron to meet Merkel to push for EU reform plans             Facebook seeks to limit effects of new EU privacy law            Indian Scientist Finds Way to See Wormholes in Space-Time            Moon Colonization: Why Do We Want It and What Technologies Do We Have?             President Erdogan declares June 24 for snap elections in Turkey            

MPs Divided Over Move To Impeach NDS Chief

image1 The MPs move to impeach the National Directorate of Security Afghanistan, Masoom Stanekzai, last week has sparked sharp criticism by some lawmakers who said signatures gathered over the move had been "collected illegally". "Mr...



NSA Asks China To Help Establish A ĎMountain Brigadeí

National Security Adviser Haneef Atmar has wrapped up a three-day official visit to China where he held talks with a number of high-ranking officials, including Chinaís Vice President Wang Qishan. Atmar also met with Li Zuocheng, the Chinese Army Chief of Staff, and discussed a range of issues, including...




MPs Divided Over Move To Impeach NDS Chief

The MPs move to impeach the National Directorate of Security Afghanistan, Masoom Stanekzai, last week has sparked sharp criticism by some lawmakers who said signatures gathered over the move had been "collected illegally". "Mr Speaker, I hope that this session will not move towards a rift. Review...




There was already intíl consensus on Karzai as Afghan leader before Bonn conference: Qanooni

There was already international consensus on Hamid Karzai as Afghanistanian leader before Bonn conference on Afghanistan in 2001, former first vice-president Mohammad Younus Qanooni said Thursday. Speaking at an event in Kabul, Qanooni, dismissed claims that Karzai was chosen all of a sudden at...




Border Forces CRU Commander Killed in Kandahar Blast

The CRU commander was killed when a magnetic mine on his vehicle was detonated in Kandahar city. Colonel Janan Mama, the commander of the Crisis Response Unit (CRU) for the Kandahar Border Police, was killed in an explosion early Wednesday, local security officials confirmed. Three of his bodyguards...




MPs Decide to Impeach NDS Chief Stanikzai

Lawmakers in the Lower House of Parliament of Afghanistan on Wednesday decided to impeach the chief of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) Mohammad Masoum Stanikzai on next Wednesday over a number of issues. Speaker of the House Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi said the decision was made after 48 lawmakers...




Ready to resolve all issues with Pakistan through dialogue, says Ghani

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani says the Afghanistanian government is prepared to resolve all issues with Pakistan through negotiation on government-to-government level. According to the Office of the President, ARG Palace, President Ghani made the remarks during a meeting with Britainís High Commissioner...




Pakistan ĎAgreesí To Remove Check Posts On Afghanistanian Soil

Afghanistanian and Pakistani military official held talks for the second time in just a few days to discuss "incursions by Pakistan" against Afghanistan along the Durand Line. Clashes erupted between Afghan border forces and Pakistani military in Khost and neighboring Paktia provinces earlier this week. At...




Indian ISIS recruits likely killed in Afghanistan airstrike

A group of Indian nationals who were recruited by the militants in ISIS ranks have likely been killed in an airstrike in Afghanistan, it has been reported. According to the Indian officials, reports regarding the killing of four ISIS recruits hailing originally from Kerala have emerged. The police...




Taliban sought money not weapons from Russia, claims Kabulov

he Russian Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov has rejected the allegations that Moscow was arming the Taliban group as he admitted contacts with the group was solely aimed at ensuring security of the Russian citizens and encouraging the group to participate in peace talks. Speaking to reporters...




India to provide four Mi-24 helicopters to Afghanistan

India will deliver four attack helicopters to Afghanistan ahead of spring fighting season in the country, Afghan envoy has reportedly said. It follows an a trilateral agreement made between Afghanistan, Belarus and India for the refurbished Mi-24 helicopters earlier this month, Ambassador Shaida Abdali...




Tashkent Calls On Taliban To Embrace Peace Offer

Senior diplomats and representatives of regional and Western countries have wrapped up a day-long conference here in Tashkent to call on the Taliban to lay down arms and embrace the peace offer made by the Afghanistanian government at the Kabul Process conference last month. On Tuesday, delegates...




Ghani Meets EU Envoy On Sidelines Of Tashkent Meeting

Afghanistanian President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday met with the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini on the sidelines of the Tashkent peace conference on Afghanistan, the Presidential Palace said in a statement. According to the statement,...




German Defense Minister Meets Afghanistanian Security Officials in Balkh

Ursula Von Der Leyen, the defense minister of Germany and a number of the countryís Members of Federal Parliament visited Mazar-e-Sharif, capital city of Balkh province, yesterday and met with security officials of Northern Afghanistan. How to support Afghanistanian security forces generally across...




Election: Over 900 Voting Centers ĎOut of Governmentís Controlí

In a total of 7355 voting centers across the country, 948 stations are out of governmentís control and with 1120 more under high-security threats, according to the estimation of security institutions. Based on the estimation, 1122 polling stations are under relatively fewer security threats and the...




ISIS Suicide Bombers Target Shiite Mosque in Afghanistanís Herat

At least one civilian was killed and eight more injured after two terrorists attacked a Shiite mosque in Afghanistan on Sunday, in the latest assault against the Muslim minority. ISIS terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack, which followed another blast that was claimed by the group in...




Atmar In Germany For Talks With Officials

President Ashraf Ghaniís National Security Advisor (NSA) Mohammad Hanif Atmar has met with Germanyís new security and political officials, the NSAoffice confirmed in a statement on Thursday. Atmar left Kabul on Tuesday for Germany for meetings with high-ranking security and defense officials, parliament...




New Balkh Governor Officially Takes Over

Mohammad Ishaq Rahgozar, who was among three candidates recommended for the Balkh governorís post, officially took over the reins on Thursday. Rahgozar was appointed to the position based on a decree issued by President Ashraf Ghani. Former Balkh governor Atta Mohammad Noor, who addressed a ceremony...




Govt Leaders Talk Peace, Elections on Occasion of Nawroz

President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday said government is working on a number of programs for the new solar year including the introduction of reforms in the countryís education sector, fast-tracking parliamentary and district council elections and the peace process. The Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah...




UN Condemns Kabul Bombing as Death Toll Rises to 32

Tadamichi Yamamoto, UN Secretary-Generalís Special Representative for Afghanistan and head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has strongly condemned the suicide attack in Kabul that left at least 32 civilians dead and dozens more injured. "On behalf of the United Nations in Afghanistan,...




29 Killed In Deadly Bombing In Kabul: Health Ministry

The Ministry of Public Health has confirmed 29 people were killed and 52 wounded in Wednesdayís deadly bombing in PD3 in Kabul City. This came after the Ministry of Interior confirmed a suicide bomber detonated his explosives close to the Ali Abad Hospital and Kabul University at around...




1396 Was A Challenging Year In Terms Of Security

The 1396 solar year (March 2017 to March 2018) had many ups and downs for Afghanistan in terms of security as at least 11 districts bounced from being under government control and Taliban control. Security and defense agencies have said Afghanistanian forces will further focus on offensive operations...




1396 Deadly Year for Afghanistanian Civilians: Rights Body

Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) on Tuesday said that 1396 marked one of the deadliest years for civilians in Afghanistan.  The AIHRC said the majority of people killed as a result of suicide attacks, explosions and battles between government forces and insurgents...




Taliban Welcomes Afghanistanian Jihadi Leaderís Offer for Direct Talks

The Taliban issuing a statement in response to offer of Ismail Khan, an Afghanistanian Jihadi leader and a former governor of Herat province, has welcomed the offer and invited "Jihadi Leaders" for talks to its political office in Doha, the capital city of Qatar. According to the statement, Ismail Khan...




US High Delegation Led by Gen. Dunford Arrives in Afghanistan

Gen. Joe Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, arrived in Afghanistan on Monday, March 19, to assess the campaign plan now that all personnel are in place and the South Asia strategy is in full swing, the U.S. Defense Secretary reported. "I want to talk to the actual advisors who are working...




US Held Private Talks With Pakistan on Sanctuaries: Nicholson

General John Nicholson, the commander of US forces in Afghanistan said the United States held a series of private talks with Pakistani officials about the elimination of insurgent sanctuaries in Pakistan. He said the recent pressure applied to Pakistan has not resulted in the reduction of violence in...




Foreign Countries Should Not Turn Afghanistan Into Their Rivalry Hub: Iranian Envoy

Mohammad Reza Bahrami, the Iranian Ambassador to Afghanistan says that foreign countries should not turn the war-torn Afghanistan into their rivalry hub. On Sunday, Mr. Bahrami said the increasing activities of terrorist groups in Afghanistan and in the region is alarming and added that regional countries...




Grenade attack injures 5 students in Shia district of Afghanistanian capital

An attacker has set off a grenade among a group of university students in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, killing himself and wounding five students. On Sunday, the assailant, dressed in a school uniform, struck a neighborhood dominated by ethnic Hazaras, a Shia Muslim minority frequently...




Presidency promises two ministerial posts to Jamiat-i-Islami

Afghanistanian presidency has promised two ministerial posts to Jamiat-i-Islami political party as part of negotiation to end dispute over Balkh governorship, sources told 1TV Sunday. Atta Mohammad Noor, the executive chief of Jamiat, was dismissed by President Ashraf Ghani as the governor of Balkh...




Daesh Makes Progress in Eastern Afghanistan: MP Qadir

Afghanistanian parliament member Zahir Qadir claims Daesh or Islamic state is making progress in eastern provinces of Afghanistan, insisting that the government is not taking "efficient" measures to suppress the militant group in the country. "Both those armed oppositions who are being engaged in fighting...




China Ramps Up Security Presence in Afghanistan

The International Crisis Group has said in a report that Chinaís military is ramping up its security presence in Afghanistan and Tajikistan amid fears that militants could strike at western China. The independent think tank stated that China has deployed soldiers and built a "counter-terrorism center"...




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