The Afghan Ministry of Defense (MoD) has released a newsletter claiming that in the last 24 hours after bloody clashes with the Taliban, Afghan security and defense forces have been able to send hundreds of Taliban to their deaths. “In the last 24 hours, 244 Taliban have been killed and 141 wounded,” the – More…

    The Afghan Ministry of Defense confirms that a military helicopter of the Airforce has crashed in the Jaghato district of Maidan Wardak. According to a newsletter published by the Ministry of National Defense, this army helicopter suffers from technical problems. “Last night, a wing of an MI-17 helicopter of the Airforce crashed in – 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 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…

    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…

    Former president Hamid Karzai Interview with Speigel News Paper Interview Conducted by Susanne Koelbl in Kabul   Translated by Shershah Nawabi   Former Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, 63, on his empathy for the Taliban, his bitter disappointment with the former protective power, the United States, and why he considers the EU as his – 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…