Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has reacted sharply to yesterday’s bloody incident in Logar province. The Presidential Palace condemned the attack in a newsletter on Saturday (May 11th), saying that “a large number of people, including young people who were staying at a hotel to take the entrance exam, were killed in the attack.” Condemning – More…

Local officials in Ghazni province reported that 9 Taliban fighters were killed and wounded in Andar district. Juma Zadeh, the spokesman for the Ghazni provincial command, told the media today (Wednesday, April 14): “As a result of the clearing operation of the security and defense forces in the village of Nani and Arezoo Kuchak in – 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…

Eventually, after years of waiting and trying, Kamal Khan Dam was opened by President Ghani. A clause that brings hope and tension, and at the same time as its work is completed, several of Afghanistan’s neighbors have repeatedly threatened and considered this clause to be against international law. Today, Wednesday, 1400 AH, Nimroz province hosted – More…

Reporter: Firdous Rasouli Simultaneously, as the peace talks are facing a stalemate, in the most recent case, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, in response to a letter from US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and the US plan for peace in Afghanistan, said that papers and plans are coming. Still, with all of these, we will – More…