At the same time US President Joe Biden announced US troops’ withdrawal on September 11, 2021, the Taliban have now issued a newsletter warning the United States that they no longer trust them. According to a newsletter released by the Taliban, the group has decided to target all US and foreign forces in the country. – More…

  As US president Joe Biden declared his final decision on the US force’s withdrawal on September 11, NATO also finalized their decision on their troop’s withdrawal from Afghanistan. Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary-general, announced their troop’s withdrawal during a joint meeting with the US defense and state secretaries in Brussels. He stated: ” we decided – More…

  US military forces withdrawal on 11th September 2021 once again raised new consequences for Afghanistan, as the current Intra-Afghan peace talks are facing stalemate and Taliban spokesman in Doha has refused to participate in Istanbul summit which will take place in upcoming 10 days. Once again, US State secretary Anthony Blinken is in Brussels – More…

Officials in Farah province say 27 people were killed and wounded as a result of a car bomb explosion on a first-line police mission in the province. Farooq Hazrati, the spokesman for the Farah Police Command, told the media: “Around 5 o’clock in the morning, a car full of explosives exploded in the center of – More…

With the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan, President Ashraf Ghani has called on the Taliban to respond to the legitimate demands of the people, which is a permanent ceasefire. The President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, has released a video message urging the Taliban to stop fighting violence and – More…

The country’s security officials report heavy casualties of Taliban fighters by the country’s security forces in the last 24 hours in eight provinces of the country. The Ministry of National Defense (MoD) wrote in a newsletter on Saturday (April 14, 2021): “At least 95 people have been killed in the past 24 hours in Baghlan, – More…

Security officials in Kandahar province have announced the appointment of Mohammad Sharif Sartib, the new police chief of Kandahar province, and the resignation of Tadin Khan, the former police chief of the province. According to local media reports, Mohammad Sharif Sartib, the new police chief of Kandahar province, officially took office today, Saturday, with the – More…

In the spike of a surge of violence in Afghanistan, on April 7, the Taliban have targeted the Kandahar Airfield and the U.S. military installations, as two sides breach the Doha accord.   Amid the Taliban’s ongoing attacks, the U.S. Department of Defense has called on the Taliban to “reduce their violence”. Meanwhile, the Taliban said – More…

The World Bank recently approved a $ 25 million grant to increase access to education for children in Afghanistan. additionally, Word Bank said, “This amount of money will be paid through the Global Partnership for Education program,”. According to the report, the donation will be used to build 100 schools in Afghanistan. The aid will – More…