Kabul refutes the US Media Claim of ISIS Threat to Diplomatic Area

AT Kabul: In reaction to a New York Times article concerning the potential threat posed by Daesh’s Khorasan branch targeting the embassies of China, India, and Iran in Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate stated that their forces are actively pursuing Daesh. Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, asserted that …

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Russia says US failed to effectively fight terrorism during its two-decade presence in Afghanistan

AT Kabul: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov criticized the United States’ approach to combating terrorism in Afghanistan, stating that despite a two-decade presence, they failed to effectively address the issue. Lavrov highlighted Russia’s initial support following the Sept. 11 attack and noted that the U.S. intervention led to the creation …

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Pakistan prepares to Launch Second Phase of Afghan Repatriation

AT Kabul: According to reports from Pakistani media, Pakistan is gearing up to initiate the second phase of its deportation initiative, with the aim of repatriating nearly one million “documented” Afghans to their home country. District authorities and law enforcement agencies have been tasked with mapping out and gathering data …

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Attacker in Kandahar Reportedly Hails from Pakistan, Afghan Media States

AT Kabul: According to media outlets affiliated with the Taliban’s intelligence service, last week’s attack in Kandahar was carried out by two individuals hailing from Central Asian nations, one of whom was from Tajikistan. The attackers, identified as Madiarov Asadbig and an individual using the alias “Tariq Abdullah,” reportedly joined …

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Afghanistan has inked a $56 million agreement with the private sector

AT Kabul: Afghanistan’s ministries of finance and energy and water, alongside Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the nation’s power distributor, have signed contracts totaling 4 billion Afghanis (approximately $56 million) with private companies. The signing ceremony took place on Sunday. These agreements, focusing on the construction and electricity production sectors, …

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Torkham border crossing resumes operations after a brief shutdown

AT Kabul: The Torkham border crossing linking Pakistan and Afghanistan has been shut down for pedestrians following a clash involving Pakistani officials from the Frontier Corps (FC) and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). Reports indicate that at least 13 Pakistani officials sustained injuries during the incident, with five individuals transferred …

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In the past week, at least four women killed due to domestic violence in Afghanistan

AT Kabul: In the past week, at least four women have lost their lives due to domestic violence in various provinces of Afghanistan. In the most recent incident, the security commander of Nangarhar province reported that a man fatally shot his wife and daughter in Jalalabad city, the capital of …

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US to issue more SIVs for former Afghan allies

AT Kabul: Under an agreement between the Biden administration and Republicans in Congress, more visas are being issued to Afghans who collaborated with the United States. It is anticipated that by August, 38,500 special visas will be granted to Afghans, with an additional 12,000 visas being issued under this new …

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Terrorist attack in Moscow leaves at least 60 killed

AT Kabul: At least 115 people have been killed and 145 wounded according to unofficial reports in the worst terror attack in Russia in years, as gunmen in combat fatigues opened fire and detonated explosives in a big concert hall in Moscow. The attack, which left the concert hall in …

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Survey reveals that 79% of households in Afghanistan faces water shortage

AT Kabul: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has highlighted Afghanistan’s severe water crisis, noting that nearly 80 percent of the population lacks sufficient access to drinking water. On World Water Day, the UNDP emphasized that almost 79 percent of Afghans face inadequate access to water resources. The organization attributed …

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