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Twin blasts kill 17 in Afghanistan’s predominantly Shia Hazara city of Bamiyan

At least 17 people have been killed and dozens of others injured in two explosions in the Afghan city of…

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Iran

US fully responsible for multiple terrorist attacks in Afghan capital: Iran

The spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry says the United States is responsible for multiple terrorist blasts that rocked the densely…

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Asia

Kabul hit by multiple deadly blasts; rocket lands at Iranian Embassy

Multiple blasts have rocked the densely populated parts of Kabul and left a number of civilian casualties, with one hitting…

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Asia

Afghanistan: Nearly 6,000 civilians killed or wounded in 2020

Nearly 6,000 civilians were killed or wounded in Afghanistan in the first nine months of the year, according to United…

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Asia

At Least 12 Killed, Over 100 Injured in Afghanistan’s Ghor Blast

At least 12 people have been killed and more than 100 wounded in a car bomb blast near a police…

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Asia

US will cut troop levels in Afghanistan to “a number less than 5,000” 

The US will cut troop levels in Afghanistan to to “a number less than 5,000” by the end of November,…

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Nearly 1,300 civilians killed in Afghanistan since 2020 began

Almost 1,300 civilians, including hundreds of children, have been killed in Afghanistan in the first six months of the year,…

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Asia

Shelling Kills 3 Civilians, Injures 5 More North of Kabul

A mortar shell hit a home in the eastern Afghan province of Parwan on Saturday, killing three civilians and wounding…

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Asia

9 civilians, 23 security forces killed in Taliban attacks across Afghanistan

Nearly two dozen Afghan government forces and nine civilians have been killed by the Taliban militant group in separate attacks…

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Articles

What’s US-Taliban Deal’s Achilles Heel?

Foretelling the fate of the US-Taliban agreement is not that difficult these days. During the past two months of the…

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