Showing posts with label Afghanistan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Afghanistan. Show all posts

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Afghan President Orders Troops To Resume Operations Against Taliban

Afghan President Orders Troops To Resume Operations
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani declared a formal end to his government’s ceasefire with the Taliban on Saturday but called on the insurgents to agree to full peace talks following a three-day truce during this month’s Eid holiday.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Security Council sees unprecedented opportunities for Afghanistan to seek peace

unprecedented opportunities for Afghanistan to seek peace
Speakers attending a UN Security Council meeting on the situation in Afghanistan said Tuesday that there were unprecedented opportunities for Afghanistan to seek peace and consolidate its political foundation.

Friday, June 22, 2018

Taliban kidnaps 33 construction firm employees in Afghanistan

Taliban kidnaps 33 construction firm employees in Afghanistan
Taliban insurgents on Friday kidnapped 33 Afghan employees of a local highway construction firm in Kandahar province in Afghanistan, in an attack in which four policemen died and one was wounded, according to official sources.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Car bomb kills 26 during Eid ceasefire in east Afghanistan

Car bomb kills 26 during Eid ceasefire in east Afghanistan
At least 26 people have been killed following a car bomb at a gathering of Taliban and Afghan armed forces in the eastern city of Nangarhar, as soldiers and militants in the country celebrated an unprecedented ceasefire.

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Russian Foreign Ministry Decries Reported Australian War Crimes in Afghanistan

Russian Foreign Ministry
Moscow condemns the reported war crimes committed by Australian servicemen during their mission in Afghanistan, urging the authorities to launch an objective investigation and hold those responsible to account, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a Saturday statement.

Taliban töten mindestens 40 Polizisten und Soldaten

Taliban töten mindestens 40 Polizisten und Soldaten
In Afghanistan sind durch zwei Angriffe der radikalislamischen Taliban mindestens 40 afghanische Polizisten und Soldaten getötet worden.

Afghanistan: 19 policiers tués dans une attaque des talibans

la province de Kunduz
Dix-neuf policiers ont été tués dans l'attaque de leur base samedi à l'aube par les talibans dans le nord de l'Afghanistan, ont indiqué des responsables, quelques heures avant que les insurgés n'acceptent un cessez-le-feu temporaire.

El Talibán se suma a la propuesta del presidente afgano y declara tres días de armisiticio

Los talibanes de Afganistán
Los talibanes de Afganistán declararon un alto al fuego durante tres días con motivo de las festividades musulmanas de Eid al-Fitr y en respuesta a la iniciativa del presidente Ashraf Ghani, informa TOLO News.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Australian Commandos Committed War Crimes in Afghanistan

Australian Commandos Committed War Crimes in Afghanistan
Australian special forces have been accused of committing war crimes in Afghanistan in a secret defense report leaked Friday that described a "complete lack of accountability" from top military brass.

Friday, June 1, 2018

'Baseless claim': Taliban denies US general’s statement on secret Afghan peace talks

Taliban denies US general’s statement on secret Afghan peace talks
The Taliban say they “categorically reject” a statement made by the US commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan about secret talks taking place between the Kabul government and the insurgents.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Afghanistan: Foreign Forces Conduct Airstrike in Faizabad City

Badakhshan province North-east of Afghanistan
Some residents of Badakhshan province North-east of Afghanistan claimed US forces have conducted an airstrike in Faizabad city, the center of the province, adding that the bomb landed close to civilian houses, police headquarters and governor’s office.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Afghanistan offers Taliban political recognition, peace talks

Afghanistan offers Taliban political recognition, peace talks
The president of Afghanistan on Wednesday offered the Taliban political recognition and talks without any pre-conditions in order to reopen peace negotiations and end a long-running conflict.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attacks; bomb hits capital


Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attacks; bomb hits capital
At least 22 Afghan soldiers died in three attacks by the Taliban in the southern portion of the nation and a suicide bomber killed at least two in Kabul, officials said Saturday.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

HRW Urges Afghan Gov't, US to Probe Alleged Executions of Civilians

 alleged executions of civilians by Afghan forces in Kandahar province
The government of Afghanistan and US military deployed in the country must investigate reports of alleged executions of civilians by Afghan forces in Kandahar province during military operations held late on January 31, a prominent non-governmental human rights organization said on Wednesday.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

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