(BNA): Continuing the national debate program, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met with residents of PD 4, 10, 11, 15 and 17 of Kabul city here at Salaam Khana palace yesterday, a statement said. Representing others, Haji Feda Mohammad, Mohammad Nurani, Diana Habib, Mohammad Azim and Haji Zulmai Latifi spoke related to their problems, thanking the
(BNA): Two Taliban senior commanders were killed with his four colleagues in Afghan security forces raid in Helmand last night. The Taliban were suppressed on their strongholds in suburb of Garmsir district bazaar. Taliban military in charge in Helmand Sader Ibrahim and Hayatullah known Haji leader of Taliban restraint network were among the dead. Atal
(TOLO News): While the Afghan government does not consider the Taliban's reduction in violence acceptable, the Pakistani prime minister told Deutsche Welle that US envoys would go to the ceasefire with the Taliban. Speaking to Deutsche Welle, Imran Khan emphasizes that Islamabad is working to achieve positive results for the two sides to reach peace
(ATN News): Recently, disagreements between the two leaders of the National Unity Government of Afghanistan have been evolving. Last week Ashraf Ghani assigned the State Ministry of Peace to proceed with the Peace Talks with the Taliban. The decision was not welcomed by Abdullah Abdullah. Abdullah says, “Afghan people have the absolute right to participate,
(Afghanistan Times): The US officials are consulting on a plan offered by Taliban in which the insurgents have vowed to reduce violence in big cities of Afghanistan, despite rejecting US ceasefire demand, said Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef, ambassador to Pakistan in Taliban’s government. Meanwhile, the government of Afghanistan emphasizes on the ceasefire, rejecting any other
(Afghanistan Times): In reaction to recent statements of the state ministry for peace about ceasefire and violence reduction, the incumbent chief executive Dr. Abdullah said Monday that peace can never be monopolized by a single agency. Abdullah who was addressing a meeting of Council of Ministers said that the government of Afghanistan supports the peace
(BNA): Unknown gunmen assassinated two police officers in Trenkoit capital of Urozgan last night. Zalgai Abadi spokesman for Urozgan governor told BNA, these police officers conducting an inspection at their checkpoints, when they were shot and killed by un-identified gunmen. Efforts are underway to arrest the attackers.
(TOLO NEWS): According to the statement, Ghani directed the Ministry of Interior and National Directorate of Security (NDS) to identify the perpetrators and bring them to justice. Ghani also called for aid to be given to the remaining family members, read the statement. Three children and a parent were killed by an unidentified man with