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Afghanistan explosions leave 3 dead, 20 injured, officials among dead

Afghanistan explosions leave 3 dead, 20 injured, officials among dead

Jalalabad: A series of three explosions that targeted Taliban vehicles in the capital of Afghanistan’s eastern Nangarhar province has reportedly left at least three dead and 20 injured. Local officials in Nangarhar told media that the roadside bomb exploded when a Taliban ranger struck it. Local officials in Nangarhar province

Imran Khan on Afghan crisis, Pakistan was like a hired gun to America

Imran Khan on Afghan crisis, Pakistan was like a hired gun to America

Islamabad (Pakistan): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is batting for the Taliban to develop a consensus that would lead to recognition of the new caretaker government of the “Islamic Emirate” in Afghanistan. Speaking to CNN, in the first interview with an international news organization since the Taliban took control of

Veiled Afghan women rally in support of the Taliban

Veiled Afghan women rally in support of the Taliban

Kabul: A pro-Taliban rally was staged on Saturday by Afghan women wearing full face veils at a Kabul university lecture theatre, pledging commitment to the Taliban’s hardline policies on gender segregation. About 300 women – covered from head-to-toe in accordance with strict new dress policies for education – waved black

Situation in Afghanistan “Fragile” and “of direct concern”: India at UNSC

Situation in Afghanistan “Fragile” and “of direct concern”: India at UNSC

United Nations: Terming the situation in war-torn country as “very fragile”, India noted the commitment of the Taliban not to allow the use of the Afghan soil for terrorism, including from terrorists and terrorist groups designated under Resolution 1267 that lists Pakistan-based outfits Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed. India’s Permanent Representative to the

Pak will use it’s own currency for bilateral trade with Taliban: Sources

Pak will use it’s own currency for bilateral trade with Taliban: Sources

New Delhi: Pakistan now wants to control Afghanistan’s economy after the country gained entry into the Afghan army as well as intelligence. On Thursday, Pakistan announced its economic plans for Afghanistan and has decided to conduct bilateral trade with the Taliban in Pakistani rupees. Earlier, the Taliban bilateral trade between

BRICS leaders warns against using Afghanistan’s soil for terrorism, drug trade

BRICS leaders warns against using Afghanistan’s soil for terrorism, drug trade

New Delhi: Without mentioning the Taliban behind the situation in Afghanistan, leaders of the BRICS on Thursday expressed concern over “the latest developments” in the war-torn nation and called for “refraining from violence and settling the situation by peaceful means”. The New Delhi declaration – the first statement by the