Afghanistan
MapoList


اخطار جوانان شمال به حکومت

اگر خواست ما برآورده نشود: 1: تمام گمرکات شمال و غرب کشور مسدود خواهند شد. 2: تمام شاهراه های شمال و غرب بر روی عوامل حکومتی مسدود خواهند شد. 3: لین

Ghani Says Nearly 29,000 Afghan Troops Killed Since 2015

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty November 17, 2018 The death toll among Afghanistan’s security forces since 2015 is close to 29,000, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has revealed, providing a figure far higher than anything previously acknowledged by the go
Afghan Online Press

Ghani Says Nearly 29,000 Afghan Troops Killed Since 2015

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty November 17, 2018 The death toll among Afghanistan’s security forces since 2015 is close to 29,000, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has revealed, providing a figure far higher than anything previously acknowledged by the government. Ghani disclosed the figure during a video appearance this week before the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International StudiesRead More...

Winning the War in Afghanistan is Possible with One Tool

IPD: As Washington seeks to stabilize the situation in Afghanistan, it has sought various avenues to change the course of the war. Despite exhausting a variety of resources and billions of dollars, Washington’s policies have yet to address the root cause o
Afghan Online Press

Winning the War in Afghanistan is Possible with One Tool

IPD: As Washington seeks to stabilize the situation in Afghanistan, it has sought various avenues to change the course of the war. Despite exhausting a variety of resources and billions of dollars, Washington’s policies have yet to address the root cause of the war: Pakistan’s pivotal role in the Taliban’s insurgency. Instead, Washington has acknowledged Pakistan’sRead More...

Kabul University closed over student tensions

AT-KABUL: The Kabul University was closed until an unknown date due to tensions among students, ministry of higher education said Friday. A number of students started clashes with each other over some political and ethnic issues on Thursday, in which several
Afghanistan Times

Kabul University closed over student tensions

AT-KABUL: The Kabul University was closed until an unknown date due to tensions among students, ministry of higher education said Friday. A number of students started clashes with each other over some political and ethnic issues on Thursday, in which several of them were killed and injured. The incident caused the university closure. Government has …

Editorial: Fueling tension on dead body

Certain circles in Pakistan are now bent upon to exploit alleged hurdles and delay in handing over dead body of slain police officer Tahir Khan Dawar at Torkham. Soon after getting the dead body from a tribal elders delegations headed by Member National Assem
Afghanistan Times

Editorial: Fueling tension on dead body

Certain circles in Pakistan are now bent upon to exploit alleged hurdles and delay in handing over dead body of slain police officer Tahir Khan Dawar at Torkham. Soon after getting the dead body from a tribal elders delegations headed by Member National Assembly Mohsin Dawar, Pakistan’s Deputy Interior Affairs Minister Sheheryar Afridi has addressed …

Hamid Karzai calls on U.S.-Russia to join forces to fix peace conundrum

The former president believes a Washington-Moscow nexus on ‘the ailing reconciliation endeavor’ could establish the foundation of a peaceful Afghanistan as Moscow conference was a tremendous first stride; Touting the Moscow conference that brought Kabul a
Afghanistan Times

Hamid Karzai calls on U.S.-Russia to join forces to fix peace conundrum

The former president believes a Washington-Moscow nexus on ‘the ailing reconciliation endeavor’ could establish the foundation of a peaceful Afghanistan as Moscow conference was a tremendous first stride; Touting the Moscow conference that brought Kabul and Taliban representatives together in one table, former president Hamid Karzai called on the United States and Russia to join …

US has spent six trillion dollars on wars that killed 500,000 people since 9/11: Study

Press TV November 16, 2018 A study has revealed that the United States has spent nearly $6 trillion on wars that directly contributed to the deaths of about half a million people since the September 11, 2001 attacks. The “Costs of War” study was c
Afghan Online Press

US has spent six trillion dollars on wars that killed 500,000 people since 9/11: Study

Press TV November 16, 2018 A study has revealed that the United States has spent nearly $6 trillion on wars that directly contributed to the deaths of about half a million people since the September 11, 2001 attacks. The “Costs of War” study was conducted by Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs.Read More...

Mujahideen Hit Moscow: Exploring Russia’s ‘Great Game’ Gamble

“We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow.” -Lord Palmerston, speech in House of Commons, 1848 Michael Hughes November 16, 2018 The Russian governmen
Afghan Online Press

Mujahideen Hit Moscow: Exploring Russia’s ‘Great Game’ Gamble

“We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow.” -Lord Palmerston, speech in House of Commons, 1848 Michael Hughes November 16, 2018 The Russian government escalated its involvement in the 21st Century’s version of the Great Game byRead More...

‘From One Grave To Another’: Afghan Hazara Fleeing Taliban Find Little Solace In Escape

By Freshta Shikhani and Frud Bezhan Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty November 15, 2018 The mountain paths leading out of Jaghori, a district in the remote highlands of central Afghanistan, teem with trucks and cars crammed with men, women, and children. Despit
Afghan Online Press

‘From One Grave To Another’: Afghan Hazara Fleeing Taliban Find Little Solace In Escape

By Freshta Shikhani and Frud Bezhan Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty November 15, 2018 The mountain paths leading out of Jaghori, a district in the remote highlands of central Afghanistan, teem with trucks and cars crammed with men, women, and children. Despite freezing conditions, others make the journey by foot, trudging alongside the hastily formed convoysRead More...

Trump appears ready to cut and run in Afghanistan

The Hill: The situation in Afghanistan is murky no longer – because it has, to a large extent, spiraled out of control. Rather than seeking a win-win scenario in which the United States might forge a deal with the Taliban for a more peaceful country, U.S.
Afghan Online Press

Trump appears ready to cut and run in Afghanistan

The Hill: The situation in Afghanistan is murky no longer – because it has, to a large extent, spiraled out of control. Rather than seeking a win-win scenario in which the United States might forge a deal with the Taliban for a more peaceful country, U.S. officials instead seem hell-bent on delivering to the Taliban everythingRead More...

Taliban Kills Over 40 Afghan Forces Near Iran Border

Ayaz Gul VOA News November 15, 2018 ISLAMABAD — Fresh Taliban attacks have killed more than 40 government troops in Afghanistan’s western Farah province, which borders Iran. Officials said Thursday most of the casualties occurred in the embattled Bala Bu
Afghan Online Press

Taliban Kills Over 40 Afghan Forces Near Iran Border

Ayaz Gul VOA News November 15, 2018 ISLAMABAD — Fresh Taliban attacks have killed more than 40 government troops in Afghanistan’s western Farah province, which borders Iran. Officials said Thursday most of the casualties occurred in the embattled Bala Buluk district where insurgents staged a major offensive against a police base late at night. A topRead More...

Editorial: Mysterious assassination

Peshawar police senior officer Tahir Khan Dawar’s violence-ridden dead body’s dumping in Dur Baba of Nangarhar province generating too much question. Belong to North Waziristan Tahir Dawar was abducted from Islamabad, capital of Pakistan on October 27 an
Afghanistan Times

Editorial: Mysterious assassination

Peshawar police senior officer Tahir Khan Dawar’s violence-ridden dead body’s dumping in Dur Baba of Nangarhar province generating too much question. Belong to North Waziristan Tahir Dawar was abducted from Islamabad, capital of Pakistan on October 27 and one day after his mysterious abduction, he had talked to his wife on a cell telephone from …

Skirmish in Zabul takes heavy toll on Taliban

KabuL: Aferocious clash that broke out on Tuesday night after Taliban insurgents stormed police outposts in volatiledistrict of Mizan in southern Zabul province has taken a heavy toll on the assailants after Afghan forces staged a major counterattack and push
Afghanistan Times

Skirmish in Zabul takes heavy toll on Taliban

KabuL: Aferocious clash that broke out on Tuesday night after Taliban insurgents stormed police outposts in volatiledistrict of Mizan in southern Zabul province has taken a heavy toll on the assailants after Afghan forces staged a major counterattack and pushed them back. A statement released by Ministry of Interior said that Taliban attacked on police …

Eight militants nabbed in anti-terror swoop in Kabul

Kabul: Eight suspected terrorists, four with links to the Taliban and as many belonging to the ISIS Khorasan module, were arrested in Kabul following a major swoop on Wednesday for allegedly plotting major strikes, according to intelligence agency. National D
Afghanistan Times

Eight militants nabbed in anti-terror swoop in Kabul

Kabul: Eight suspected terrorists, four with links to the Taliban and as many belonging to the ISIS Khorasan module, were arrested in Kabul following a major swoop on Wednesday for allegedly plotting major strikes, according to intelligence agency. National Directorate of Security on Wednesday said its operatives arrested a group of eight terrorists in a …

Karzai touts U.S. peace efforts

KABUL: Former President, Hamid Karzai welcomed the United States efforts regarding the peace program in Afghanistan. Karzai who was speaking at the Astana Club meeting in the capital of Kazakhstan, also offered support for the meeting took place between the m
Afghanistan Times

Karzai touts U.S. peace efforts

KABUL: Former President, Hamid Karzai welcomed the United States efforts regarding the peace program in Afghanistan. Karzai who was speaking at the Astana Club meeting in the capital of Kazakhstan, also offered support for the meeting took place between the members of the High Peace Council and Taliban delegation during the Moscow meeting on Friday, …

Pakistan Says Abducted Senior Police Official Found Dead in Afghanistan

RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal November 15, 2018 A high ranking Pakistani police official who was abducted in the capital city of Islamabad has been found dead in eastern Afghanistan, authorities said. Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a pres
Afghan Online Press

Pakistan Says Abducted Senior Police Official Found Dead in Afghanistan

RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal November 15, 2018 A high ranking Pakistani police official who was abducted in the capital city of Islamabad has been found dead in eastern Afghanistan, authorities said. Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a press release on November 14 that Afghan authorities informed the Pakistan Embassy in Kabul that a bodyRead More...

Security Chiefs Reject Claims Of ‘Ethnic War’

Tolo News: Heads of Afghanistan’s security institutions on Wednesday rejected claims that the battles in Uruzgan and Ghazni provinces, and others, were an “ethnic war”, but said that regional countries and terrorists are trying to manipulate these batt
Afghan Online Press

Security Chiefs Reject Claims Of ‘Ethnic War’

Tolo News: Heads of Afghanistan’s security institutions on Wednesday rejected claims that the battles in Uruzgan and Ghazni provinces, and others, were an “ethnic war”, but said that regional countries and terrorists are trying to manipulate these battles in order for them to look like this. Interior minister Wais Ahmad Barmak said regional intelligence agencies and insurgentRead More...

Brother of slain general Raziq vows revenge, ‘your future generation will regret’

1TV: Tadeen Khan, the acting police chief of Kandahar province, has promised revenge after his brother General Abdul Raziq was assassinated last month. “You did it for Punjab (Pakistan’s ISI) as you bear the burden of serving them,” Khan told 1TV of th
Afghan Online Press

Brother of slain general Raziq vows revenge, ‘your future generation will regret’

1TV: Tadeen Khan, the acting police chief of Kandahar province, has promised revenge after his brother General Abdul Raziq was assassinated last month. “You did it for Punjab (Pakistan’s ISI) as you bear the burden of serving them,” Khan told 1TV of the killing which was claimed by the Taliban. “I am warning them that weRead More...

What game is Russia playing in Afghanistan?

Al Jazeera: Russia is seeking to re-assert itself as a major player in Afghanistan – For keen observers of Russian foreign policy, it was clear that the conference was not more than a photo-op meant to publicly declare the Kremlin’s ambition to
Afghan Online Press

What game is Russia playing in Afghanistan?

Al Jazeera: Russia is seeking to re-assert itself as a major player in Afghanistan – For keen observers of Russian foreign policy, it was clear that the conference was not more than a photo-op meant to publicly declare the Kremlin’s ambition to re-assert itself in the southern part of Central Asia and Afghanistan in particular. Click hereRead More...

U.S. Committed to Timely Afghan Presidential Elections: Envoy

Ariana: In reaction to the Wall Street Journal’s report, the U.S. Ambassador in Kabul John Bass on Tuesday said that the United States is committed to helping the Afghan electoral commissions and the government to hold the presidential elections in April
Afghan Online Press

U.S. Committed to Timely Afghan Presidential Elections: Envoy

Ariana: In reaction to the Wall Street Journal’s report, the U.S. Ambassador in Kabul John Bass on Tuesday said that the United States is committed to helping the Afghan electoral commissions and the government to hold the presidential elections in April next year. The WSJ [Wall Street Journal] reported that the Trump administration is discussing whether toRead More...

Shapoor Zadran allowed to return to national team

1TV: Afghan fast bowler Shapoor Zadran is allowed to return to national team after disciplinary committee of Afghanistan Cricket Board lifted the ban imposed on him more than five months ago. Zadran had been banned from playing in the national team after bre
Afghan Online Press

Shapoor Zadran allowed to return to national team

1TV: Afghan fast bowler Shapoor Zadran is allowed to return to national team after disciplinary committee of Afghanistan Cricket Board lifted the ban imposed on him more than five months ago. Zadran had been banned from playing in the national team after breaching disciplinary rules in a training camp outside the country on May 29, ACBRead More...

Russia: Taliban, US Officials Held ’10 Secret’ Meetings in Doha

Ayaz Gul VOA News November 12, 2018 ISLAMABAD — Russia said Monday the Taliban has secretly held 10 rounds of talks with the United States, other than the officially announced recent contact between the two sides in Qatar on how to end the war in Afghanist
Afghan Online Press

Russia: Taliban, US Officials Held ’10 Secret’ Meetings in Doha

Ayaz Gul VOA News November 12, 2018 ISLAMABAD — Russia said Monday the Taliban has secretly held 10 rounds of talks with the United States, other than the officially announced recent contact between the two sides in Qatar on how to end the war in Afghanistan. There have been only two publicly known meetings U.S. officialsRead More...

Herat governor steps down amid wave of resignations

AT News Report-KABUL: Mohammad Asif Rahimi has resigned from his position as governor from Western Herat province, a well-placed source said. According to the source, the president accepted the resignation of Rahimi. He had served as the governor of Herat sin
Afghanistan Times

Herat governor steps down amid wave of resignations

AT News Report-KABUL: Mohammad Asif Rahimi has resigned from his position as governor from Western Herat province, a well-placed source said. According to the source, the president accepted the resignation of Rahimi. He had served as the governor of Herat since 2014. On Friday, the governor of Maidan Wardak province also resigned from his post. …

No national policy to regulate media: Ministry of Culture

AT News Report-KABUL: The ministry of culture says the media outlets are yet to have a national policy for publication and broadcasting. Officials in the culture ministry said Sunday that shared a report of media violations with the media representatives, say
Afghanistan Times

No national policy to regulate media: Ministry of Culture

AT News Report-KABUL: The ministry of culture says the media outlets are yet to have a national policy for publication and broadcasting. Officials in the culture ministry said Sunday that shared a report of media violations with the media representatives, saying that the violations opposed the media law. Saber Mohmand, spokesman of the ministry said …

Moscow forum a platform for Taliban: Political Party

At News Report-Kabul: The National Partnership Party, a government opposition political entity believes that the Moscow meeting was just a session to give privilege to Taliban, saying that Iran, Pakistan and Russia were the states who offered the privilege. H
Afghanistan Times

Moscow forum a platform for Taliban: Political Party

At News Report-Kabul: The National Partnership Party, a government opposition political entity believes that the Moscow meeting was just a session to give privilege to Taliban, saying that Iran, Pakistan and Russia were the states who offered the privilege. Head of the party, Najibullah Kabuli said Sunday that the three mentioned countries were trying to …

Hundreds Protest In Kabul Over Ghazni, Uruzgan Insecurity

Tolo News: Hundreds of protesters marched through the night from the western parts of Kabul to the city center, close to the Presidential Palace, in protest against what they say is neglect on the part of government to secure large parts of Ghazni and Uruzga
Afghan Online Press

Hundreds Protest In Kabul Over Ghazni, Uruzgan Insecurity

Tolo News: Hundreds of protesters marched through the night from the western parts of Kabul to the city center, close to the Presidential Palace, in protest against what they say is neglect on the part of government to secure large parts of Ghazni and Uruzgan provinces.  The protesters accuse government of not providing enough security toRead More...

Taliban Splinter Faction Says Moscow Meeting Was A “Lie”

Tolo News: A splinter faction of the Taliban, led by Mullah Abdul Manan Niazi, said on Sunday the recent Moscow meeting on peace in Afghanistan was a “lie”.But officials from Afghanistan High Peace Council (HPC) said Friday’s Moscow meeting was an impo
Afghan Online Press

Taliban Splinter Faction Says Moscow Meeting Was A “Lie”

Tolo News: A splinter faction of the Taliban, led by Mullah Abdul Manan Niazi, said on Sunday the recent Moscow meeting on peace in Afghanistan was a “lie”.But officials from Afghanistan High Peace Council (HPC) said Friday’s Moscow meeting was an important platform towards building peace in Afghanistan and that the peace facilitating body is optimisticRead More...

Afghan Team Wins 9 Medals At Ashihara Karate Champs

Tolo News: Afghanistan’s Ashihara Karate Federation on Sunday said the Afghan Ashihara team won nine medals in different categories at the 6th Ashihara Sabaki World Championships in Aktau city in Kazakhstan. Athletes from 30 countries competed in the even
Afghan Online Press

Afghan Team Wins 9 Medals At Ashihara Karate Champs

Tolo News: Afghanistan’s Ashihara Karate Federation on Sunday said the Afghan Ashihara team won nine medals in different categories at the 6th Ashihara Sabaki World Championships in Aktau city in Kazakhstan. Athletes from 30 countries competed in the event and Afghanistan, with nine medals, came in 4th overall.  Afghanistan’s Fayaz Durandesh, Ali Reza Ehsanzada and SayedRead More...

Govt Upbeat About Khalilzad’s Efforts To Bring About Peace

Tolo News: The office of the Chief Executive of the National Unity Government has welcomed efforts by Zalmay Khalilzad, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan’s Reconciliation, to bring about peace. One of the CEO’s spokesmen, Omid Maisam, said th
Afghan Online Press

Govt Upbeat About Khalilzad’s Efforts To Bring About Peace

Tolo News: The office of the Chief Executive of the National Unity Government has welcomed efforts by Zalmay Khalilzad, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan’s Reconciliation, to bring about peace. One of the CEO’s spokesmen, Omid Maisam, said the only way to ensure peace in Afghanistan is to put pressure on the Taliban and on countriesRead More...

Get more results via ClueGoal