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Taliban enforce Islamic Sharia law in Ghazni, Afghanistan in flux

Taliban enforce Islamic Sharia law in Ghazni, Afghanistan in flux

Kabul: Under the flagship of Taliban, Ghazni – fifth populous province in the country- was reportedly put under Sharia law as the extremist Islamic group is now actively operating in the region as the United States significantly reduced the number of its military from war raged Afghanistan. Military situation continues

Taliban leader ‘favours political settlement’ to Afghan conflict: Reports

Taliban leader ‘favours political settlement’ to Afghan conflict: Reports

Kabul: Amid the rising hopes that the long stalled peace talks may resuscitated in Afghanistan, Taliban’s supreme leader, Hibatullah Akhundzada, on Sunday said he “strenuously favours” a political settlement to the conflict in war-torn country even as the hardline Islamist movement has launched a sweeping offensive across the nation.  “In

Afghan govt delegation meets Taliban in Tehran: Iran Foreign Ministry

Afghan govt delegation meets Taliban in Tehran: Iran Foreign Ministry

Tehran: Amid the pullout of US troops and Islamist militia pressing a lightning advance in the country, Afghan government delegation reportedly met with Taliban representatives in Tehran on Wednesday, the Iranian foreign ministry said. Opening the Tehran talks, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif welcomed the departure of its US

Taliban calls for a 3-Day Afghan ceasefire to mark Eid holiday

Taliban calls for a 3-Day Afghan ceasefire to mark Eid holiday

Kabul: Taliban, the Islamist movement and military organisation in Afghanistan, on Monday, declared a three-day ceasefire across the nation to mark this week’s Eid al-Fitr holiday, just two days after being blamed for killing as much as 68 people — mostly young girls — in a bomb attack outside a

Afghan school bombing: Death toll soars to 68, over 150 injured

Afghan school bombing: Death toll soars to 68, over 150 injured

Kabul: The horrific bombing at a girls’ school in Afghan capital killed at least 68, many of them pupils between 11 and 15 years old, while more than 165 were injured in Saturday’s attack, said Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian on Sunday. The Taliban denied responsibility, condemning the attack. As