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Intel officers of previous Afghan govt join ISIS-K to fight Taliban: Report

Intel officers of previous Afghan govt join ISIS-K to fight Taliban: Report

Kabul: Members of former Afghan regime have joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria-Khorasan branch (ISIS-K) in order to fight against the ruling terror group- Taliban, revealed a recent report. Meanwhile, a publication citing a report stated that members of the intelligence body of the previous government in Afghanistan

Taliban supreme leader makes first public appearance amid death rumours

Taliban supreme leader makes first public appearance amid death rumours

Kabul: Denouncing the false claims of his death, Taliban chief, Haibatullah Akhundzada made a rare public appearance in the southern city of Kandahar, belying widespread rumours after the Taliban’s August takeover of the country, giving rise to the speculation. A senior Taliban leader who was present with Akhundzada during the

Taliban behead junior volleyball woman player in Kabul

Taliban behead junior volleyball woman player in Kabul

Chandigarh: Taliban has reportedly beheaded a member of the Afghan junior women’s national volleyball team, Mahjabin Hakimi, who played in the youth age group, earlier this month in Kabul, the team’s coach stated to media.  In an interview, the coach said Mahjabin Hakimi was killed in October, but nobody learnt about

Afghanistan: At least 37 dead, 74 wounded in Kandahar city mosque blast

Afghanistan: At least 37 dead, 74 wounded in Kandahar city mosque blast

Kandahar: Suicide bombers attacked a Shiite mosque in southern Afghan city of Kandahar that was packed with worshippers attending weekly Friday prayers, killing as many as 37 people and wounding more than 70, as per a hospital official and an eyewitness. The assault came just a week after a suicide

US, UK warn their citizens of security threats in Kabul hotels: Sources

US, UK warn their citizens of security threats in Kabul hotels: Sources

Kabul: The United States and Britain warned their citizens on Monday to avoid hotels in Afghanistan, days after dozens were killed at a mosque in an attack claimed by the ISIS group. The Taliban, which seized power in August and declared an Islamic emirate, are seeking international recognition and assistance