(BNA): Twelve Taliban terrorists were killed in a conflict by security troops in Nimroz last night. Maiwand Army Corps in south of the country said in a news release that the Taliban were targeted when they attacked military checkpoints. The corps confirms that twelve insurgents, including a local commander, were killed in the incident. According
(ATN News): NATO and Afghan security forces have been providing critical assistance to flood-stricken Parwan as part of their efforts to work together for the security of all Afghans. During his visit Miller said: “Let me offer my condolences to the people of Parwan for the loss of life and loss of property and to
(TOLO New): The Presidential Palace reiterated that one of the fundamental conditions to start the talks with the Taliban is that the group first needs to ensure the release of over 20 members of Afghan Special Forces who are in Taliban’s custody. “The fundamental condition is that the number of soldiers of the security and
(Afghanistan Times): A peace talk to end the war in Afghanistan has seen moving nowhere; rather has been turning into intricacy by passing each day. Both sides (Afghan government and the Taliban) are somehow setting fury on some issues that could be tiny, but have prevented yet the direct talks between the Afghan peace team
(BNA): A large Taliban explosive depot was destroyed in an air strike in Helmand. The warehouse was located in the Qassem Bazaar area of Marjah district in a Taliban hideout and was attacked by the country's air force last night. Maiwand Army Corps in south of the country said in a news release that the
(The international new): The Afghan Taliban said on Friday they were ready for intra-Afghan negotiations if the Kabul government fulfilled its commitment and freed their remaining prisoners. The Taliban supremo Sheikh Haibatullah Akhunzada had recently constituted a 21-member negotiation team for talks with the Afghan government and nominated chief negotiator Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanakzai as
(Afghanistan Times): At least 31 Taliban rebels were killed in a counter attack by the Afghan security forces in northern Kunduz province, military officials said Friday. The ministry of defense said in a statement that the attack was launched after a large number of Taliban stormed several areas of Imam Saib district of the province.
(BNA) Dozens of Taliban insurgents were killed in security forces raid in Kunduz. Mullah Abdullah, known as Hojran, Mullah Khairullah, known as Qari Ahmad, Mullah Jafar and Qaari Hafizullah, four Taliban commanders killed in the attack. Dozens of Taliban insurgents reportedly gathered at their hideout in Imam Sahib district late yesterday to plan attacks in