KABUL: The death toll from a bomb attack outside a school in the Afghan capital Kabul has risen to 68 with doctors struggling to care for 165 injured victims and families searching desperately for missing children. Explosions on Saturday evening
KABUL: A car bombing in Afghan capital Kabul targeting a lawmaker killed at least nine people on Sunday. Lawmaker Khan Mohammad Wardak survived the blast but is among 20 injured including women and children, Afghan Interior Minister Massoud Andarabi said.
KABUL: At least eight people were killed on Saturday when a barrage of rockets struck densely populated parts of Kabul, marking the latest attack in an ongoing wave of violence sweeping the Afghan capital. The rockets slammed into various parts
KABUL: Afghan First Vice President Amrullah Saleh escaped unharmed after a roadside bomb in Kabul targeted his convoy on Wednesday morning. Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian told a news agency that two people had been killed and another twelve
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood visited Kabul leading the Pakistan delegation comprising senior officers for the second review meeting of the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS). The Afghan side was led by Deputy Foreign Minister Mirwais Nab.
KABUL: Afghanistan will convene a grand assembly of elders in Kabul on Friday to decide whether the last 400 Taliban prisoners should be released. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in this regard urged attendees to free the detainees, promising
KABUL: Gunmen disguised as police attacked a hospital in the Afghan capital Kabul on Tuesday, killing 16 people including two newborn babies from a maternity clinic run by the international humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders. In a separate attack the
KABUL: Four civilians were injured on Monday after the Afghan capital was rocked by roadside bombs that exploded in less than 90 minutes. Kabul police spokesman Ferdaws Faramarz said that the explosion wounded four civilians including a child. Militants had carried
ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Wednesday strongly condemned the terror attack at a Sikh temple in the Afghan capital Kabul in which at least 25 people lost their lives. According to a statement released by Foreign Office, Pakistan strongly condemns
KABUL: At least 25 people were killed and more than eight others were wounded as unidentified gunmen raided a Sikh place of worship in the Shorbazar area of Kabul in the Afghan capital. According to Afghan media, the incident began
KABUL: At least 27 people were killed and another 29 people sustained injuries after a political ceremony was attacked by a gunman which was attended by high-level officials including Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah. According to Interior Ministry Spokesperson, Nasrat
KABUL: At least seven Afghan soldiers were killed and five others sustained injuries in a Taliban attack on a base in northern Afghanistan. According to the Afghan defence ministry, a gang of terrorists attacked a joint military camp in the
KABUL: At least 12 people, including three children, were killed when a minivan packed with explosives rammed into a vehicle carrying foreigners during Kabul’s morning rush hour on Wednesday, officials said. Four foreign nationals were among those wounded in the
As a fragile Afghan peace process is underway, relations with our western neighbour are crumbling. Pakistan has indefinitely closed its consular section in Kabul amid deteriorating relations between the two countries. On the weekend, the Foreign Office summoned the Afghan
ISLAMABAD: The administration has issued a notification that Pak-Afghan border crossing will remain closed from Friday till Sunday. Pakistan has decided to close down all the passageways and cargo terminals for two days starting from tomorrow, Friday, the passageway will
KABUL: Rashid Khan, Afghan spinner on Thursday became the youngest player ever to captain a test team when he led his side in their one-off match against Bangladesh in Chattogram. Rashid, aged 20 years and 350 days when he walked