The Afghan government has requested Islamabad to allow nearly 1.5 million registered Afghan refugees to extend their stay in Pakistan until the end of 2017.
At least three Afghan border policemen who were abducted by armed insurgents last week in central Ghazni province have been killed, local officials said on Sunday.
Afghan national security forces (ANSF) have thwarted the sinister plots of insurgents to capture the territory and having faced defeat on the battlefield, the insurgents have resorted to targeting civilians.
First vice president Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum has joined the growing clamor against Pakistan for “not cooperating” with Afghanistan in the fight against terrorism.
A powerful suicide blast ripped through a residential area in high-security police district 9 of Kabul city on Saturday afternoon, killing at least 12 and wounding 66 others.
At an impressive ceremony to commemorate the 96th independence day of Afghanistan, President Ashraf Ghani laid a floral wreath at the Azadi Memorial Minaret in Kabul early on Wednesday.
In the wake of deteriorating security situation in northern parts of the country, Afghan security forces have launched clearance operation in multiple provinces.
Afghan security forces regained control of some villages in Pul-e Khumri district of northern Baghlan province late on Sunday, according to local officials.
A female expatriate staff member of an international organization has been abducted from Qala e Fatullah area of Kabul, according to reports.
U.S. Embassy in Kabul warns of possible attacks in Kabul; urges its citizens to “consider departing”
With the deteriorating security situation in Kabul and provinces, the U.S. Embassy in Kabul has warned its citizens living in Afghanistan to stay vigilant or considering leaving the country.