An Islamic State offshoot has amassed around 5,000 militants in northern Afghanistan on the border of post-Soviet republics of Central Asia, the director of Russia’s FSB has warned,
Twenty-four Taliban terrorist group were killed in Ghazni province yesterday.
Three members of the Haqqani militant group have been arrested in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, the government said on Monday.
M. Hanif Atmar, a presidential candidate, warned the government Monday during a press conference in Kabul, saying that the continuation of the current administration’s terms is unacceptable after May 22 and that Ashraf Ghani must step down.
Afghanistan’s IEC on Monday rejected the UN proposal of delaying the provincial councils and Ghazni parliamentary elections.
During a meeting with a number of disabled, Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah said that the government of Afghanistan was making effort to provide further facilities to disabled and terrorist incidents victims’ families.
Taliban gunmen attacked a security checkpoint in Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday evening, killing three police while they were having their fast-breaking meal called iftar.
The killing and suffering of the Afghan people is the only result of the ongoing foreign military campaign in Afghanistan.
Jamshid Rasooli said that the former election officials including heads of Independent Election Commission and Electoral Complaints Commission were formally accused of committing fraud in the last year’s parliamentary elections specifically in two provinces.
German Special envoy on Afghanistan Markus Potzel at the head of a delegation has reportedly met with Taliban chief of political office Mullah Baradar in Doha, Qatar.