US National Security Adviser Jack Salwan acknowledges that the United States has held military, intelligence, and diplomatic talks with Pakistan to ensure that Afghanistan is no longer a haven for terrorists and that US interests are once again at stake. They are not in danger, but the US official declined to comment further. – More…

    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…

    After the situation in Faryab became tense, the protesters in the province finally decided to elect one of the four figures whose names have not yet been leaked as the governor of the province.   Supporters of the National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan (ANC) led by Marshal Abdul Rashid Dostum marched in Faryab – More…

  A landmine blast in southwestern Pakistan has killed at least six Palestinian protesters and injured 13 others. The bomber struck shortly afternoon in front of the police recruiting center in the northern city of Chaman, on the Afghan border, according to Jafar Khan, the district police chief. According to him, Maulana Abdul Qadir Luni, – More…

The Afghan embassy in Ashgabat says Turkmenistan is setting up an oil and gas department at Herat University in the west of the country. The Afghan embassy in Ashgabat wrote in a press release on Thursday (May 20th): “Abdullah Fayez, president of Herat University, and Atamanov Bayramrad or Yilimovich, president of Turkmenistan University of Oil – More…

The distribution of security documents for the registration of right-hand or Pakistani cars started on the 3rd of this year and will continue until the 3rd of May. The Ministry of Interior has warned right-hand car owners to register their vehicles in the capital and provinces. The distribution of security documents for the registration of – 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…

    As Taliban insurgent attacks spread to the southern provinces, especially Kandahar, reports from the province indicate that security forces have shown strong resistance to the weeks-long clashes and have been besieged by Taliban fighters for weeks. The reports indicate that currently, some forces are facing Dalai lama in Kandahar, as the resistance circle – More…

    In the latest case, the head of the Afghan government’s negotiating team has complained about the continuing violence by the Taliban. In a tweet, Masoom Stanekzai directly accused the Taliban of spreading their attacks more than ever before instead of ending the war and striving for a ceasefire and peace. “It was expected – More…