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25 militants killed in operations in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 31 : At least 25 militants were killed by Afghan police along with the army, during a series of operations across the country, an interior ministry statement said Thursday.
Taliban may be in possession of missing US weapons in Afghanistan
Johannesburg, July 29 : The records of thousands of weapons provided by the United States to Afghanistan are missing and may have ended up in the hands of militants, revealed a US audit report.
Karzai urges Taliban to end violence, restrict 'foreign terrorists'
Karachi, July 29 : Afghan President Hamid Karzai urged Taliban leaders to stop violence and restrict the entry of foreign terrorists in Afghanistan.
Eight militants killed in Afghan attack
Kabul, July 27 : At least eight militants were killed Sunday in a Taliban attack on a police official's house in Afghanistan, a security source said.
Afghan terror spillover of real concern: Army
Srinagar, July 26 : The army said Saturday the possibility of terror spillover from Afghanistan to J&K is a real concern as is the appearance of ISIS posters in Srinagar.
Afghanistan suspends presidential vote auditing
Kabul, July 26 : The Afghan Independent Election Commission (IEC) Saturday announced that the presidential runoff vote auditing process has temporarily been suspended and will resume after the upcoming Eid festival.
Obama urges Afghan presidential rivals to work together
Washington, July 26 : US President Barack Obama has spoken with the men vying to become Afghanistan's next head of state, encouraging them to follow through with a plan to form a national unity government regardless of the outcome of the audit of ballots from the June 14 presidential runoff, the ...
China pledges more support for Afghanistan's development
Kabul, July 26 : China would like to see a smooth transition of power in Afghanistan and will give more support for the country's reconciliation and economic development, China's newly-appointed Special Envoy for Afghan Affairs Sun Yuxi said here Friday.
15 killed in sectarian violence in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 25 : Suspected Taliban insurgents Friday killed 15 Shia Muslims they found travelling aboard three buses in the central Afghan province of Ghor, the provincial governor said.
15 bus passengers executed in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 25 : At least 15 civilians, including three women and a child, were shot dead in western Afghanistan by suspected insurgents who ambushed the bus they were travelling in, an official said Friday.
Afghanistan blames Pakistan for militant attacks
Kabul, July 24 : Afghanistan's intelligence service has accused Pakistan of stoking instability in the country by backing militants who stage attacks in Afghanistan.
Eight killed in Afghanistan market blast
Kabul, July 24 : At least eight civilians died and 28 were injured Thursday when a bomb planted on a motorcycle exploded in a market in northern Afghanistan, an official said.
Two foreign women shot dead in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 24 : Two foreign aid workers were Thursday shot dead in a drive-by shooting in Herat city, the provincial capital of western Afghanistan's Herat province, sources said.
Five killed in market blast in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 24 : At least five civilians were killed and 21 others wounded in a bomb attack that took place in a local market in Afghanistan's northern province of Takhar Thursday, a provincial government spokesman said.
Most Americans want US to stay out of conflict-torn countries: Poll
Washington, July 22 : Most American citizens oppose America's direct involvement in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Ukraine, a new poll revealed.
Taliban capture land in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 22 : Taliban militants, after three days of fighting with security personnel, occupied land in Afghanistan's Faryab province, police said Tuesday.
Five killed in Afghanistan shootout
Islamabad, July 22 : At least five people were killed when Taliban militants attacked a vehicle in Afghanistan's Laghman province, an official said Tuesday.
Pak delegation urges US to review plan to withdraw all American ...
Islamabad, July 21 : Pakistan has reportedly urged the US to review its plan to withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016.
Afghanistan offers no explanation for suspending presidential poll ...
London, July 21 : Just four days after the audit of votes began; Afghanistan has reportedly suspended the process without offering an explanation.
Two killed in Afghanistan car bomb attack
Kabul, July 21 : At least two people were killed and nine injured Monday in a suicide car bombing in Afghanistan's Helmand province.
US fears more 9/11 style Qaeda attacks if militants not eliminated on ...
Karachi, July 19 : Al Qaeda could launch 9/11 like terror attacks again if Pakistan and Afghanistan fail to curb extremist activities on the Pak-Afghan border, says a U.S. general.
Kabul International Airport attack ends with death of four militants
Kabul (Afghanistan), July 17 : The terror strike on Kabul Airport has ended with Afghan security forces killing all four militants involved in the attack.
Taliban attacks Kabul International Airport: Afghan officials
London, July 17 : Gunmen, using rockets and automatic weapons, have attacked Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan, Afghan Police said on Thursday.
27 militants lay down arms in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 17 : A total of 27 militants Thursday laid down arms in Afghanistan's Baghlan province.
Auditing of Afghan presidential runoff votes begins
Kabul, July 17 : Afghanistan Thursday started auditing of the votes that were cast during the presidential election runoff held June 14.
Pakistan condemns terrorist attacks in Afghanistan
Islamabad, July 17 : Pakistan Thursday condemned the recent terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, including the car bombing in Paktika province Wednesday that claimed 42 lives.
Terror attack near Kabul airport
Kabul, July 17 : Taliban guerrillas mounted a brazen attack Thursday on a building adjoining the Kabul International Airport (KIA) in Afghanistan, police said.
Afghan car bombing toll down to 42 from 89
Kabul, July 16 : The Afghan defence ministry Wednesday lowered the toll in Tuesday's suicide car bomb attack on a crowded market in southeastern Afghanistan from 89 to 42 and raised the number of wounded from 42 to 67.
100,000 from Pakistan take refuge in Afghanistan
Kabul, July 16 : Around 100,000 people, who were forced to leave their houses in the wake of Pakistan army operations against militants in North Waziristan, have taken refuge in Afghanistan, officials said Wednesday.
UN condemns attacks in Afghanistan
United Nations, July 16 : The UN Security Council has condemned the two attacks in Afghanistan that killed many civilians, including children, a media report said Wednesday.