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The U.S. State Department has urged that disputes over Afghanistan's recent presidential election be dealt with using constitutional and legal
President Donald Trump said the U.S. and Taliban are “pretty close” to signing an agreement to formally end the war
The U.S.-led international coalition in Afghanistan is closely monitoring the potential spread of coronavirus in the country, as Afghan officials
U.S. President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien has said that the United States would be unlikely to sign
As Afghan authorities take preventive measures to avoid infections from neighbouring Iran, healthcare workers remain sceptical...
A United Nations report says Afghanistan passed a grim milestone with more than 100,000 civilians killed or hurt in the
While any reduction in violence is a crucial step to the signing of a US-Taliban peace deal, it is the
Turkmenistan has approved a program for rendering humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan for 2020-2022, Trend reports referring to the president’s decree...
The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has issued a statement, saying the UN stands ready to welcome and work
Finally, after five months, the September Presidential elections results were announced Tuesday Feb 18, by the Independent Election Commission (IEC)...
The number of children in Afghanistan who will need humanitarian assistance in 2020 has jumped by 40 percent compared to
Afghanistan’s Ashraf Ghani won the majority of votes in September elections, according to the final results by the Independent Election
UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Sunday began a three-day visit to Pakistan, recognizing the country’s decades of “outstanding generosity and
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper has said that a truce agreement between the United States and the Taliban that could
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark Esper met on Friday with Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani amid
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says there has been a "pretty important breakthrough" in peace talks with the Taliban
At least 18 people have been killed and two others were missing by avalanches in central Daikundi province, local officials
Two recent cases in Afghanistan highlight the failure of authorities to prosecute sexual assault implicating powerful people, Human Rights Watch
US President Donald Trump has conditionally approved a peace deal with the Taliban that may lead to the withdrawal of
The NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg addressed Afghanistan at a press conference ahead of NATO’s two-day meeting on Tuesday, saying NATO
More than 5,000 Americans, Afghans, and coalition service members have been killed, wounded, or kidnapped in Afghanistan since the United
With a $14 billion dollar budget request for fiscal year 2021, the U.S. military is set to spend its lowest
Afghans took to social media Monday to celebrate a rare piece of good news for the war-torn country, after a
The Taliban express readiness to enter direct talks with Kabul only after signing a peace deal with the US, the
The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy has released the results of the annual U.S. Government estimate measuring
The Afghan government must respect, protect and fulfill the right to information, Amnesty International said in a press release on...
The Election Support Group (ESG) has said it recognized the patience all Afghans displayed awaiting the announcement of presidential election
But last year he abruptly said that he had cancelled a previously unannounced summit at the Camp David presidential retreat
Following the protest of Afghan media outlets on Tuesday, Afghanistan allies including UK, Germany, France, EU and UNAMA have announced
According to a new report released by World Health Organization (WHO), conflicts in Afghanistan forced 6,772 people to flee from