In the latest case, the Kabul West residents have publicized a picture of a man caught with the women dressing in the west of Kabul. Although they have claimed that they were able to arrest a suicide bomber who was trying to attack a crowded place in the area, it is also said – 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…

    According to the official statistics of the National Defense Ministry, the fight against the Taliban is currently going on in more than 20 provinces of the country. The reports say that the Taliban have intensified most of their offensive operation in these provinces.   The country’s security officials say that in the past – More…

    As the war intensifies at least in more than 20 provinces of Afghanistan, Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary-general, says that the organization would continue to support Afghanistan institutions and Afghanistan security forces as the NATO forces are withdrawing from Afghanistan.   Jens Stoltenberg raised the issue during a meeting with the French president Emanuel – More…

Local officials in Laghman province say Taliban fighters have taken control of Dawlat-e-shahi district last night. Golzar Sangarwal, a member of the Laghman Provincial Council, confirmed the news to the media that the district had fallen to the Taliban on Wednesday night. Mr. Sangarwal added that no casualties were reported to the security forces and – More…

    Roadside mines and improvised explosive devices have caused the most civilian casualties in the last 20 years. The Taliban mostly use these mines to defeat the Afghan forces on the ground. In most cases, it has been seen that the placement of improvised explosive devices in the villages of the country has caused – More…

    As Taliban movements increase their intensive attacks against the Afghan security forces across the country, there are reports from the battlefield that, in addition to killing and wounding dozens of Taliban fighters on the ground, several senior Taliban officials have been arrested in the Taliban’s confrontation with the country’s security and defense forces. – More…

    The Taliban declared a three-day ceasefire on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, a move met with praise from the Supreme Council of National Reconciliation leadership, as the group has intensified their attacks against the Afghan security and defense forces.   “All fighters in the group have been instructed to stop their offensive attacks – More…

    As the Taliban’s crimes continue, especially targeting civilians and targeted killings, in the most recent case, the foreign minister released a video message and claiming that the Taliban’s crime continues, and he is stressing that the group has never lived up to its commitments to the Afghan people.   “We want peace, but – More…