A huge explosion rocked Kabul PD9 at around at around 9:45PM as confirmed by MoI spokesman. The explosion was a car bomb one which happened in Kabul's PD9 near the "Green Village" area, the Interior Ministry's spokesman Nusrat Rahimi added. Witnesses heard a loud bombing sound. No casualties reported yet . More Details to follow.
After wrapping up the ninth round of Doha talks, US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad, said that the United States and the Taliban have reached an agreement in principle, but it is not final until US President Trump agrees on it. The two sides have held nine rounds of talks in the past ten months. In an interview given to TOLO news,
Ministry of Interior said that the suicide attack took place in front of a unit of security forces in Kunduz. It killed and wounded 21 members of security forces and civilians. Nasrat Rahimi, spokesperson for ministry of Interior confirmed the incident and added that 6 security forces were killed and 15 others including 11 civilians and 4 police personnel were injured.
While briefing media on the situation in Baghlan, Ministry of Interior spokesperson Nasrat Rahimi said the enemies wanted to attack the city and show their strength to the world. "They did not know that the brave ANDSF are stronger than before and will never allow the enemy to carry major attacks," he expressed. Taliban attacked Pule Khumri city from four areas, Rahimi said adding that
US envoy Khalilzad has shared with the Afghan president and government details of the agreement “that is to be finalized” Afghan presidential spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said. Addressing a press conference presidential spokesperson Sediq Sediqqi said that ambassador Khalilzad briefed them on the details of the ninth round of U.S. Taliban talks with President Ashraf Ghani. He added that Khalilzad met Afghan president last night and
An incident of suicide bombing took place this afternoon in Se Darak area of Kunduz City. Eye witnesses said that the incident occurred in front of first highway company command among security forces. According to a security source, at least six soldiers have been killed so far. The Ministry of Interior confirmed the blast but refused
In a major development in the progression of peace process, Presidential advisor Waheed Omer in a tweet said that US Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in a meeting with President Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah showed them a copy of the draft framework agreement between the US and the Taliban. “President Ghani and CE Abdullah met with
The US special representatives for Afghanistan reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad met President Ashraf Ghani to brief him on the latest round of negotiations with the Taliban, an official said. The spokesman of President’s office, Sediq Sediqqi confirmed that the meeting took place on Sunday night at the Presidential Palace (ARG). The US envoy Khalilzad arrived to Kabul from Qatar yesterday afternoon.
Security officials said that a suicide bomber was killed before reaching the target in Paktia province. Nasrat Rahimi spokesperson for ministry of interior said that a suicide bomber was killed by police in Gardez city, the center of Paktia province. Rahimi added that the suicide bomber was killed in the incident and the blast had no casualties.
At least 6 local army soldiers were killed in a Taliban ambush in Ghazni province, local authorities said. Ghani press office in a statement said on Monday that the Taliban ambushed the local army soldiers in Khonyan area of Qarabagh district on Sunday night. The statement added that as a result six soldiers were killed and 3
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