At least 68 people have been killed and wounded in suicide attack in Parwan province, Ministry of Interior said. "A suicide attacker riding a motorcycle blew himself up in front of the first gates of a training center in PD1 of Charekar city of the Parwan province at around 11:40AM", spokesman of MoI, Nasrat Rahimi said. Rahimi

17 September 2019

At least 35 Taliban insurgents including many Pakistani nationals were killed in Ghazni province, local officials said. Ghazni press office in a statement said on Tuesday, “The security forces killed at least 35 Taliban insurgents including 10 Pakistani nationals and two group leaders”. The statement added that the Special Forces conducted operations on Monday night in Mangoor, Qarabaghi and Kala Ghach areas of Ghazni city.

17 September 2019

The Ministry of Interior (MoD) said that a suicide attack happened in front of the first gates of a training center in Parwan province. "A suicide attacker riding a motorcycle blew himself up in front of the first gates of a training center in PD1 of Charekar city of the Parwan province at around 11:40AM", spokesman of MoI, Nasrat Rahimi said.

17 September 2019

Kabul Police said a huge explosion took place in Macroryan area, near Masoud square in the capital Kabul at around 13:10AM. The Kabul Police spokesman, Ferdaws Faramarz told Reporterly that the blast happened in PD9 near the Masoud square of Kabul city. Faramarz noted that the type of explosion is not clear and the exact figure of

17 September 2019

A suicide attacker riding a motorcycle blew himself up in front of the first gates of a training center in PD1 of Charekar city of the Parwan province at around 11:40AM, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) said. The spokesman of MoI, Nasrat Rahimi said the exact figure regarding the casualties is unclear. In the meantime, the spokesperson

17 September 2019

An explosion takes place near an election campaigns’ gathering in Parwan province, local officials said. Confirming the incident, spokesperson of Parwan governer, Wahida Shahkar told Reporterly that the blast was triggered by a magnetic bomb attached to a vehicle. “There is still no detail available about the casualties. It will be shared soon,” Shahkar said. She noted that

17 September 2019

The Ministry of Energy of Uzbekistan did not receive information from the Afghan authorities about the disruption of the power transmission line on Afghan territory, which receives electricity from Uzbekistan, according to Uzbek media. As per Trend reports, earlier, Afghan media reported that militants of anti-government forces blew up power transmission towers coming from Uzbekistan in Afghanistan, leaving 11 provinces without light.

17 September 2019

An explosion takes place near an election campaigns’ gathering in Parwan province, local officials said. Confirming the incident, spokesperson of Parwan governer, Wahida Shahkar told Reporterly that there is still no info available about the nature of the blast and the casualties. She added that the blast targeted the electoral campaigns’ gathering of the “State Builder” team.

17 September 2019

Local officials confirmed that a roadside bomb blast killed a local police member and injured two others in the Paktia province. Abdullah Hasrat, spokesman for Paktia’s provincial governor, told Reporterly on Tuesday that, “The explosion happened when a vehicle carrying the members of local police hit a roadside bomb on Monday afternoon in Zurmat district of

17 September 2019

Mohammad Ebrahim Andarabi, finance manager of Baghlan police was killed in a magnetic Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast in Baghlan, local officials said. Confirming the news to Reporterly, Baghlan police spokesperson Javid Besharat said that Andarabi was killed as a result of IED blast that happened at 9:00AM on Tuesday morning. He added that Andarabi was targeted

17 September 2019