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Afghanistan fighting shows no sign of ending
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Many dead in stampede near Pakistan consulate in Afghanistan
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Dargah Ajmer Sharif attracts people of all faiths
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Afghanistan fighting continues despite peace talks
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Afghanistan: US stands down in Helmand, Taliban to do the same
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Thousands flee amid fighting between Taliban and Afghan forces
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Abdullah Abdullah on Afghan peace talks, India engaging with Taliban | Worldview
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'Connectivity in region will benefit countries': Abdullah Abdullah on SAARC's revival and India-Pak resolving issues
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Engagement with Taliban is India's call, didn't ask directly: Afghan leader Abdullah Abdullah
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PM Modi assures of India's support for peace process in Afghanistan
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India supports Afghan in journey towards peace, stability: Abdullah Abdullah
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PM Modi meets Afghan leader Abdullah Abdullah
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Insistence on violence will marginalise perpetrators: Afghan FM
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Afghan women's rights: Mother's names recorded on kids' ID cards
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UNGA75: India exercises its Right to Reply for third time in response to Pakistan
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Fighting continues in Afghanistan as gov’t and Taliban meet
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Afghanistan: Many killed and wounded in visa stampedeChaos broke out when thousands gathered in a stadium in Afghanistan to apply for visas to Pakistan.
Afghanistan conflict: The families caught in crossfire on Helmand front lineCivilians fled if they could as fighting erupted between the Taliban and Afghan troops in Helmand.
Afghan-Taliban conflict: Fears grow for families trapped in HelmandAid groups say civilians must be given safe passage amid clashes between Taliban and government forces.
Afghan-Taliban conflict: Helicopters carrying wounded troops collideNine people died in the collision in Helmand province, where there is fighting with the Taliban.
Fighting Covid-19 in Afghanistan over the phoneThe charity Teleheal helps fight coronavirus in Afghanistan by providing critical medical advice over the phone.
Polio campaigners battle misinformation and distrustPakistan and neighbouring Afghanistan are the only two countries in the world yet to eliminate wild polio.
Afghan-Taliban talks: Government calls for ceasefireThe historic talks are taking place in Qatar; the US says "the entire world wants you to succeed".
Afghanistan war: 'Historic' peace talks with Taliban set to beginLandmark talks aimed at ending four decades of war get under way on Saturday, after months of delay.
Moria camp: Afghan family helpless after fleeing Lesbos fireTalibshah Hosseini ran with his family as fire engulfed the Moria migrant camp on the Greek island.
Prominent women attacked as Afghanistan eyes peaceAn actress who also serves in the police is one of a number of prominent women to be attacked in Kabul.
Kabul bomb: Deadly blast targets Afghan Vice President Amrullah SalehAt least 10 people are killed in a blast in Kabul targeting former spy chief Amrullah Saleh.
Afghanistan resumes Taliban prisoner releaseThe release of 5,000 militants forms part of a US-Taliban peace deal reached earlier this year.
Medal for hero dog Kuno who saved soldiers' lives in AfghanistanKuno ran through a hail of bullets to tackle a gunman - and now has prosthetic paws after being shot.
Afghanistan: Deadly flash floods kill dozens, damage homesThe flash flooding hit the northern city of Charikar as people were sleeping.
Saba Sahar: Afghan actress and film director shot in KabulSaba Sahar, an outspoken voice on women's rights, was going to work when a gunman shot at her car.
Brook House: Refugee case against immigration centre thrown outThree Afghan men claimed a "lock-in regime" at Brook House breached their rights to liberty.
Fawzia Koofi: Afghan negotiator and campaigner shot by gunmenThe US envoy said shooting of Fawzia Koofi was an attempt to disrupt the Afghan peace process.
Taliban prisoner release: Afghan government begins setting free last 400The prisoners include some 44 insurgents who are of particular concern to the United States and other countries.
Zarka's husband sliced off her nose. A surgeon offered to restore it for freeA young Afghan woman suffered a brutal domestic assault, but surgery gave her a ray of hope.
Islamic State group claims deadly attack on Afghanistan prisonThe government says hundreds of prisoners tried to escape amid the chaos of the gun and bomb attack.
Special Forces emails about SAS killings in Afghanistan 'deeply troubling', says lawyerSolicitor acting for relatives concerned evidence 'nearly remained hidden'
Afghanistan: At least 17 killed in Eid car blastThe explosion came on the eve of a ceasefire declared by the Taliban during the festival of Eid.
WhereIsMyName: Afghan women campaign for the right to reveal their nameAfghan women are often forced to keep their name secret, even from doctors. But some are fighting back.
Coronavirus: Women turn street food carts into disinfection unitsDozens of women in Afghanistan who were operating solar-powered food carts have had the vehicles converted into mobile disinfection units to help tackle coronavirus.
'A waste of a life': He spent four years fighting to stay in Britain. Now Mumtaz Khan is deadAsylum seeker had been facing deportation back to Afghanistan when his body was found last month
Afghanistan war: Trump got written briefing on 'Russia bounties', reports sayThe president received details about the killing of US troops in Afghanistan this year, reports say.
Coronavirus overwhelms Afghanistan’s war-ravaged hospitalsCorruption, medical supply shortages and militant attacks have deepened the country's health crisis.
Afghanistan war: Russia denies paying militants to kill US troopsUS reports say a Russian intelligence unit offered rewards for killing US and allied troops.
Reluctance to free 'most dangerous' Taliban prisoners slows Afghan peace talks: sourcesWestern powers are backing the Afghan government's refusal to free hundreds of prisoners accused of some of Afghanistan's most violent attacks, a release demanded by the Taliban as a condition to start..
Exclusive: U.S. senators ask Pentagon if $1 billion in Afghan aid was cutTwo Democratic senators on Monday asked U.S. Defense Secretary Mike Esper what happened to $1 billion in aid for Afghanistan the Trump administration said it would cut nearly three months ago,..
Afghan government, Taliban agree to Doha as venue for first peace talksAfghanistan's government and the Islamist Taliban group have agreed that Doha will be the venue for the first meeting in their peace talks, both sides said on Sunday.
Four killed, eight wounded in blast at Kabul mosque during Friday prayersA blast in a Kabul mosque during Friday prayers killed at least four people and wounded eight, Afghanistan's interior ministry said on Friday, at a time when the country is attempting to move towards..
Four killed and "many injured" in blast in Kabul mosque: Ministry of InteriorA blast in a Kabul mosque during Friday prayers killed at least four people and wounded many more, Afghanistan's interior ministry said on Friday.
Afghan conflict: US sanctions 'kangaroo court' over war crimes probePresident Trump imposes sanctions on officials who are investigating alleged crimes in Afghanistan.
Pompeo on ICC: U.S. won't be threatened by 'kangaroo court'U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday that Washington would not allow Americans to be threatened by "a kangaroo court," after President Donald Trump authorized sanctions against an..
Trump authorizes sanctions over ICC Afghanistan war crimes caseU.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday issued an executive order authorizing sanctions against individuals involved in an International Criminal Court investigation into whether U.S. forces committed..
Afghan peace talks seen this month after U.S. shuttle diplomacyTalks to end the 18-year-old conflict in Afghanistan may begin this month, sources said on Monday, a day after the U.S. special envoy visited the capital of neighbouring Pakistan and met Taliban..
Afghans condemn Iran police after refugees die in car fireThree Afghan refugees died when Iranian police shot at a car, causing it to crash and catch alight.
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U.S. forces conduct airstrikes on Taliban in AfghanistanAmerican forces conducted two airstrikes on Taliban fighters to foil the militant group's plan to launch attacks on Afghan security forces, a U.S. military spokesman said on Friday, in a move that..
Afghans condemn killing of prominent cleric in mosque blastAfghan leaders and ordinary citizens condemned on Wednesday the killing of a prominent cleric in a bomb attack at a mosque in the heavily fortified diplomatic quarter of the capital, Kabul.
Afghan testing lapse suggests growing and hidden coronavirus crisisFewer than one in 10 of coronavirus test samples collected daily in Afghanistan are being processed, officials said on Tuesday, and of those more than 30% are consistently testing positive, suggesting..
Khalilzad sounds upbeat note on chances for intra-Afghan peace talksRecent prisoner releases and a relatively low level of violence may bode well for the start of peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan..
Afghan journalist, technician at state-run channel killed in blastA journalist and a technician were killed and at least seven people were wounded when a private bus carrying employees of an Afghan television station was bombed in Kabul on Saturday, the channel's..
Afghan government says ceasefire still in place even as skirmishes with Taliban resumeSkirmishes between Taliban fighters and Afghan security forces recommenced in Afghanistan in the day since a three-day ceasefire expired, but government officials said on Thursday that the incidents..
Exclusive: U.S. troop strength in Afghanistan down to close to 8,600 ahead of schedule - sourcesU.S. troop strength in Afghanistan is down to nearly 8,600, well ahead of a schedule agreed with Taliban militants in late February, in part because of concerns about the spread of the coronavirus,..