As fighting intensifies across Afghanistan, the United States has announced that at least 50 percent of its troops have left Afghanistan. U.S. officials say half of their forces have left Afghanistan so far, according to CGTN. The U.S. military says it was responsible for the evacuation.   “We have completed at least half – More…

    A senior US military official has said the United States might close its embassy in Afghanistan if a new government, including the Taliban, is formed.   The commander-in-chief of US CENTCOM has said that the United States is determined to continue its presence in Afghanistan unless the new government in Afghanistan asks them – More…

  Local officials in Faryab province say that the police command building in Qaisar district of Faryab province has fallen to the Taliban group and heavy casualties have been inflicted on the country’s security forces. Nader Saeedi, a member of the Faryab Provincial Council, told the media on Sunday (June 6th): “The Taliban launched a – More…

    As the bloody and deadly fighting continues in Afghanistan, recently, officials at the Ministry of Defense claim that the Taliban is suffering heavy casualties all over Afghanistan. MOD officials stated that at least 94 Taliban fighters have been killed and wounded in various places in the past 24 hours.   Afghan security officials – More…

  The bitter and painful narration of the 31 May 2020 (Khurshid TV black day) This text is taken from the Facebook page of Zabihullah Doorandish, one of the survivors of the terrorist attack carried out by the ISIS-K group on the employees of Khorshid TV. Mr. Doorandish wrote this text on the first anniversary – More…

  Local officials in Nangarhar province say a car bomb exploded at a car carrying the Kama district governor in the eighth district of Jalalabad, injuring Mr. Sharifullah Afzali, the district governor with two of his bodyguards. Farid Khan, the spokesman for the Nangarhar Police Command, confirmed the news to the media on Thursday (May – More…

    As US and NATO forces begin their withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Afghan Foreign Ministry has announced that the Australian Government has temporarily closed its embassy in Kabul due to security concerns.   “The Australian government has decided to close its embassy in Kabul due to security concerns temporarily,” the Afghan Foreign Ministry wrote – More…

    Former president Hamid Karzai Interview with Speigel News Paper Interview Conducted by Susanne Koelbl in Kabul   Translated by Shershah Nawabi   Former Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, 63, on his empathy for the Taliban, his bitter disappointment with the former protective power, the United States, and why he considers the EU as his – More…

    At least thirty years before today, Dr. Najibullah, the former President of Afghanistan, appointed one of his close men named (Juma Asak) as the military commander for the North of the country.   The appointment of Juma Asak as the military leader for the northern provinces during Dr. Najib’s time was more ethnic – More…