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Afghanistan T20 league to feature Babar, Tamim, Akmal brothers

53 minutes agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Players from Pakistan, the West Indies, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe were among those who went under the hammer in the highest-profile auction yet for Afghanistan's domestic T20 league, the Shpageeza Cricket League, in Kabul on Thursday

Pakistan to play T20 friendly in Kabul

22 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed in principle to play T20 friendlies - as opposed to internationals - as part of their efforts to renew ties with each other

Pakistan reopens Afghanistan border crossing after deadly exchange

KABUL (Reuters) - Pakistan announced it had reopened a major border crossing with Afghanistan on Saturday, more than three weeks after several people were killed when troops from both sides exchanged fire for several hours.

Dozens dead in Afghanistan violence as Ramadan begins

KABUL (Reuters) - A suspected suicide bomber killed at least 14 people in Afghanistan on Saturday and fighting between militants and security forces left at least 36 people dead on the first day of Islam's holy Month of Ramadan.

Afghan women shelters bring succour to abuse victims

Heavily pregnant at 16 after being raped by an insurgent commander, Malala was on the brink of committing suicide when she found refuge and hope in a women's shelter in Kabul. The non-descript building, tucked away in a residential neighbourhood in the Afghan capital, is one of the few hidden sanctuaries where battered women can seek support. Show More Summary

Afghan plane forced to fly back after angry MPs miss flight

Supporters of two Afghan MPs who missed a domestic flight from Kabul blocked an airport runway with rocks, forcing the plane to return for the lawmakers, officials said. The Kam Air flight was abruptly forced to fly back from central...Show More Summary

NATO troop increase plan draws criticism in Afghanistan

NATO set to discuss sending more soldiers to Afghanistan, but many in Kabul fear such a move could prolong war.

Afghan plane forced to fly back after MPs miss flight

MPs deny involvement, but aviation bosses open probe after Bamiyan-bound plane is forcefully diverted back to Kabul.

Use of air power in Afghanistan up sharply as Trump troop decision looms

KABUL (Reuters) - U.S. warplanes dropped more weapons on Afghanistan in April than in any other single month since 2012, according to new statistics, as military officials press U.S. President Donald Trump to send thousands more troops to the country.

Militants kill 10 Afghan soldiers in base attack: defense officials

KABUL (Reuters) - Militants attacked an Afghan government army base in the southern province of Kandahar, killing at least 10 soldiers and wounding nine, defense officials said on Tuesday.

Two Killed In Kabul Including One German Woman And A Finnish Woman Kidnapped

6 days agoNews : Trending Now

Afghanistan has witnessed kidnappings of several foreigners in recent years and the latest victim is a Finnish woman who was abducted late Saturday.

Dispatch From Kabul, Afghanistan: Afghan Magazine, a Sisterhood of Ideas, Hopes to Counter Men’s Sway

Fatana Hassanzada wants Gellara, which she edits, to start conversations among women about their “shared pain.”

Taliban Launch Rocket Attack and Kill at Least 20 Afghan Police Officers

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The attacks capped another bloody week in Afghanistan, during which a German woman and an Afghan guard were killed, and a Finnish national was kidnapped in Kabul on Saturday.

German woman and Afghan guard killed, Finnish woman abducted in Kabul

In southern Afghanistan, militants launched attacks on several check points, killing at least 20 security forces, a provincial official said

Roadside bomb kills 11 Afghans headed to wedding, official says

KABUL (Reuters) - A suspected roadside bomb killed as many as 11 people from the same family on their way to a wedding in eastern Afghanistan on Friday, an official said.

Afghan women break ground with TV station launch

KABUL (Reuters) - A new TV channel dedicated to women is set to begin broadcasting in Afghanistan, the first of its kind in a country whose media industry, like many areas of society, remains dominated by men.

Video: Could Kabul Fall to the Taliban?

Daniel L. Davis, Harry J. Kazianis Security, Middle East Afghanistan may be the most unstable it has been in a decade. Editor's Note: In our latest Facebook Live interview (please like our Facebook page to see more of these events) Harry Kazianis, Director of Defense studies at the Center for the National Interest, sat down with Lt. Show More Summary

Afghan forces retake district near northern city of Kunduz

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan security forces have regained control of a district center close to the northern city of Kunduz that fell to Taliban insurgents earlier this month, officials said on Tuesday.

Afghan forces face challenge of absorbing former insurgents

KABUL (Reuters) - Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's Hizb-i-Islami party is preparing to place thousands of fighters in Afghanistan's security forces, in one of the most complex parts of last year's peace deal between the Western-backed government and the former insurgent warlord.

Kabul Journal: Playing for ‘Our Own,’ Afghanistan’s Cricket Stars Return Home as Heroes

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Cricket’s rapid rise in Afghanistan has produced a devoted fan base and players who are taking their place among the sport’s best.

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