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…

  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…

    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…

    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…

    In the latest case, several US media outlets have reported that the Afghan government waives all tax claims on US and NATO military contractors. For example, in the newest issue, Anaksti News Agency writes that after months of voting, the Afghan government has finally decided to exempt all tax claims of NATO defense – 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…