New Zealand’s Attorney General David Parker on Wednesday announced his government was launching an inquiry into a 2010 operation in Afghanistan involving New Zealand Special Forces to determine whether any civilians were killed.
According to a local official, 6 security personnel have been killed and 3 others injured in militants attack on check-post in northern Sar-i-Pul province.
According to officials seven Daesh and twenty-five Taliban insurgents have been killed in separate drone strikes across the country on Sunday.
An Islamic State group suicide bomber struck on the road to a Shiite shrine in Afghanistan’s capital on Wednesday, killing at least 35 people as Afghans celebrated the Persian new year, authorities said.
The US Air Force on Friday announced a deal with an American contractor to supply single-engine, Turboprop AC-208 aircrafts to Afghan Air Force.
The Taliban urged Islamic scholars on Saturday not to take part in a conference due to take place in Indonesia aimed at building agreement and support for possible future peace talks in Afghanistan.
In a deadly attack by the Taliban insurgents in western Farah province, at least 15 Afghan security forces were killed and a number of others were wounded.
Prosecutors say a former employee of a U.S. government contractor has admitted to accepting illegal kickbacks from an Afghan trucking company between December 2012 and May 2014.
Local officials in eastern Nangarhar province have confirmed that a number of people were killed and wounded after a suicide bomber blew himself up.
The Taliban shadow governor for northern Faryab province was killed along with some other fighters during a fresh Afghan forces’ military operation.