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Afghan Taliban delegation visits China to discuss unrest: sources

PESHAWAR (Reuters) - A delegation from the Taliban visited China earlier this month to discuss the situation in Afghanistan, where the insurgent movement is fighting the Western-backed government in Kabul, sources in the Taliban sai...

Kabul’s Biggest Challenge as New WTO Member to Implement Commitments

Afghanistan will face several problem while the procedure of WTO admittance will take place.

Kabul Expects Economic Ties With Moscow to Improve After Accession to WTO

Afghanistan expects that the economic ties between Kabul and Moscow would strengthen, following the Asian nation's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), Afghanistan’s Deputy Minister for Trade Mozammil Shinwari told Sputnik in an interview.

Week in pictures: From Kabul attacks to US elections

From a massive suicide attack in Afghanistan to the US Democratic National Convention, here is the week in pictures.

Taliban gained territory in Afghanistan, says SIGAR

US watchdog says area under Kabul government's "influence" shrank by nearly five percent since beginning of this year.

ISIS Wants a Global Civil War

2 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

From the murder of a French priest to the slaughter of 80 Shia Muslims in Kabul, ISIS has one goal: to create a spate of religious civil wars across the world.

Traumatized and Online: What Feeds the Cycle of Violence in Afghanistan

More than half of the posts that Afghans publish on Facebook are dedicated to violence and cruelty. Ruhollah Rizvani, a psychologist and a lecturer at the Kabul University, told Sputnik in an interview about the results of his research into the underlying reasons behind this high index.

Daesh’s first big stand in Kabul

The release of the United Nations’ mid-year report on civilians casualties (CIVCAS) in Afghanistan came two days after ‘the deadliest single incident recorded by the UN in Afghanistan since 2001’. Eighty civilians were killed and asShow More Summary

Afghanistan weighs Islamic State threat after Kabul attack

KABUL (Reuters) - Islamic State is threatening more attacks against Afghanistan's Hazara minority after Saturday's suicide blasts in Kabul that killed 80 people, pledging to retaliate against support by some in the mainly Shi'ite group for the Assad regime in Syria.

At Least Fifteen People Killed, Dozens Injured in Knifing Rampage in Japan

5 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Ana Sofia Knauf UPDATE: At least 15 killed, 45 injured after knife attack at facility for the disabled in Sagamihara, Japan.— The Associated Press (@AP) July 25, 2016 Kabul, Club Blu, and now Sagamihara. AShow More Summary

Kabul to Voice New Anti-Drug Smuggling Ideas at July 26 Talks - Adviser

The Afghan National Security adviser said that Kabul would voice new proposals on the joint fight against drug trafficking with Russia at a meeting on July 26 in Moscow.

Kabul to Hold Talks With Taliban If ‘Says Yes to Peace’

The Afghan National Security adviser said that the country was ready to hold talks with Taliban if the latter assumed a peaceful track.

UN: Civilians Are Being Killed, Wounded In Record Numbers In Afghanistan

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

KABUL, July 25 (Reuters) - Civilians are being killed and wounded in record numbers in Afghanistan, the United Nations reported on Monday, just days after one of the deadliest attacks ever in Kabul. Overall at least 1,601 civilians were...Show More Summary

United Nations: In Afghanistan, children bear brunt of war

Daunting figures released just days after the deadliest bombing to hit Kabul since the insurgency began in 2001

Civilian casualties increase as Afghan troops battle Taliban: U.N.

KABUL (Reuters) - Civilians are being killed and wounded in record numbers in Afghanistan, the United Nations reported on Monday, just days after one of the deadliest attacks ever in Kabul.

Row After Row, Burying a New Ledger of Afghan Hazara Victims

6 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Ethnic Hazaras gathered on a hilltop cemetery near Kabul to mourn nearly two dozen relatives and friends, among at least 80 killed in a bombing claimed by the Islamic State a day earlier.

Saturday Attack In Afghanistan Claimed ISIS Responsible: Taliban Originally Blamed For Killing Dozens In Kabul

Originally, the Taliban was blamed for killing dozens in Kabul, Afghanistan on Saturday, however, ISIS claimed responsible for the joint suicide bombing, CNN reports. An Afghan Health Ministry spokesman, Ismail Kawoosi, reveals thatShow More Summary

Deadly Blast In Kabul That Killed 80 Claimed By Islamic State

Islamic State, also known as ISIS, ISIL or Daesh, has taken responsibility for the deadly blast in Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul, which was launched by a suicide bomber on Saturday. At least 81 were killed in the blast and upwards of 200 people were injured. Show More Summary

Rocket attack in central Kabul, no casualties

KABUL (Reuters) - A rocket hit an area of central Kabul on Sunday, an interior ministry official said, triggering alarms in foreign embassies that were on high alert following a suicide attack a day earlier in which 80 people died.

'We Will Never Forget This:' Rage After Kabul Suicide Bombing

Members of Afghanistan's Hazara minority began the task of burying more than 80 people killed in Saturday's suicide attack in Kabul, with many blaming political leaders for security failures that led to the massacre. Officials said 84...Show More Summary

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