(Pajhwok): Afghan journalists, particularly women media workers, are increasingly and deliberately being killed by the Taliban, says a rights group.
(TOLO News): The explosion targeted a vehicle in the city of Mazar-e-Sharif at around 8:30 am, the provincial police spokesman Adil Shah Adil said. He said the civilian was wounded in the explosion but died after he was taken to hospital. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. This comes as violence continues to
(TOLO News): Announcing the decision, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that assessment concluded that the measures adopted by the previous administration “were inappropriate and ineffective.” The Trump administration had imposed financial sanctions and a US visa ban on the ICC’s Gambian-born chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda last year after she launched an investigation into
(BNA): President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani received the credentials of new Australian and Danish ambassadors for Afghanistan during separate ceremonies here at the presidential palace on Thursday, a statement said, New Australian and Danish ambassadors to Afghanistan on Thursday pledged their countries’ support to ending war in Afghanistan and restoring durable peace, a statement from Presidential
(BNA): Representatives from the UN, Turkey, Qatar and the US have met with the peace negotiating team of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Doha and discussions were held about the agenda of the upcoming conference on Afghan peace in Istanbul. A member of the peace negotiating team representing the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in
(Pajhwok): Five civilians were killed in a roadside bombing in the capital of southern Helmand province on Friday morning. An official said.
(Ashna News): Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights Commission confirmed Thursday that 14 women have been killed and 22 others injured since January in targeted killings by armed militants. VOA’s Lima Niazi reports from Kabul
(TOLO NEWS): Hekmatyar, who addressed his supporters from an armored booth, said that those at the Presidential Palace are trying to disrupt the peace process. “You should accept people’s demand and you should stop your ‘evil acts’ and be ready for the transition of power to a new government,” Hekmatyar added. He said the rallies