Afghanistan is on fire, and the Taliban are expanding their attacks to enlarge their geographical reach to major cities and increase their military, political and economic siege on major cities; In the last two weeks, on average, at least 20 provinces of the country are on fire, the Afghan forces and the Taliban – More…

    Tensions, violence, killings, targeted assassinations, and minor clashes between the Taliban to achieve Pakistan’s goals have brought Afghans to the fore every day. But today, in Kabul, preparations are being made to mobilize and defend Afghanistan, and this gathering has been managed by someone whose father has become a national hero of Afghanistan. – More…

    President Ghani says billions of dollars in government budgets have been wasted in five Afghan government departments.   “Billions of dollars of government money have been left unused in five government offices, but this money has not been used optimally yet,” President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani was addressing in the education week on Tuesday – More…

    As Taliban violence escalates and the group refuses to go to the peace talks, the Ministry of Defense says that during an airstrike of the Afghan airforce, at most minuscule 25 insurgents have been killed and wounded in the past 24 hours. In the latest case, after the fall down of an army – More…

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…

The State Department has ordered a significant evacuation of the remaining staff of its embassy in Kabul. The US State Department issued a letter of recommendation on Tuesday (April 27th) stating how many embassy staff in Kabul should be removed under the recommendation. This order applies to all those whose duties can be carried out – More…