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…

  The US Special Envoy for Afghanistan has begun a new round of visits to Afghanistan, Qatar, and other countries in the region. The US State Department wrote in a press release yesterday evening: “Zalmai Khalilzad, the US Special Representative for the Peace Process in Afghanistan, has just begun a new tour (June 4), during – 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…

    The report was sent to the Pasbanan Media Group (PMG News) by Lailuma Sadid, a freelance journalist in Belgium. Speaking at the NATO Secretary General’s virtual press conference, Mrs. Sadid said that hopes for maintaining the achievements of the last two decades in Afghanistan had increased more than ever; As the Secretary-General of – 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…

  A new round of Afghan peace talks will begin in Doha, Qatar Following the escalation of violence and the severance of contacts between the peace delegation of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban negotiators, a new booth of opportunity has now opened for the resumption of these talks, which has brought new – More…

    The NATO Secretary-General says that the withdrawal of their troops does not mean the severance of ties with Afghanistan but that the organization is looking to maintain its civilian presence supporting the Afghan military in the country.   “With the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan, the people of this country must take – More…