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…

    Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper reported a day ago that the Pakistani government was determined to hand over a number of its ground and airspace military bases to the United States so that Washington could support its presence in Afghanistan.   David F. Hilvey, the assistant secretary of Defense for the Indo-Pacific region, told the – 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…

    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…

    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…

    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…

    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…

  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…