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Afghanistan accuses Pakistan for deadly attack on Afghan soldiers Feb 25, 10:52 am
Kabul, Feb. 25 (ANI): A deadly attack on an Afghan army outpost killing 21 soldiers was planned 'outside Afghanistan'.
Washington, Feb. 24 (ANI): President Barack Obama is considering leaving behind 3000 troops in Afghanistan as an option of having U.S. military presence in the country after 2014.
Kabul, Feb. 23 (ANI): China has urged Afghanistan to embrace an inclusive political solution to its long-running conflict.
Former Afghan Taliban minister shot dead in Peshawar Feb 18, 10:24 am
Peshawar, Feb. 18 (ANI): A former minister in the Afghan Taliban who was in favour of peace talks with the Kabul government was shot dead in Pakistan.
Kabul, Feb.9 (ANI): Afghan society is divided on strong ethnic lines. The Pushtuns say they constitute over 40 percent of the population, but this claim is not backed by authenticity, as the last official census was held 35 years back in 1979.
Kabul, Feb 8 (ANI): Afghanistan is again at the crossroads in its turbulent history. On the one side is the proposed withdrawal of U.S. and Western forces later this year, with President Hamid Karzai playing truant by not signing the Bilateral Security Agreement, and on the other, Pakistan is waiting to pounce upon a nascent Afghan Army by letting loose the Taliban and Al Qaeda after the withdrawal of troops.
Kabul, Feb.6 (ANI): Archaelogists and restoration experts have reassembled and restored several statues, including the magnificiant and ancient Buddha statues, smashed by the Taliban in 2001 during their rule.
Kabul Museum restores Taliban-smashed ancient Buddha statues Feb 5, 12:14 pm
Kabul, Feb.5 (ANI): Archaelogists and restoration experts have reassembled and restored several statues, including the magnificiant and ancient (Bamiyan) Buddha statues, smashed by the Taliban in 2001 during their rule.
Kabul, Jan. 21 (ANI): Afghanistan's human rights situation has degenerated in key areas in 2013, increasing uncertainty about the country's future, Human Rights Watch (HRW) World Report 2014 revealed.
London, Jan. 20 (ANI): Afghanistan's National Security Council has blamed 'foreign intelligence services' of being behind deadly attack on a restaurant in Kabul on Friday.
London, Jan. 18 (ANI): A suicide bomb attack on a restaurant in Kabul has reportedly resulted in deaths of 14 people.
India-Afghan Innovation Partnership Fair opens in Kabul Dec 4, 4:23 pm
Kabul, Dec. 4 (ANI):India's Ambassador to Afghanistan, Amar Sinha, inaugurated the first India-Afghanistan Innovation Partnership Fair here on Wednesday.
Afghan-U.S. bilateral security agreement rattles Pakistan Dec 3, 3:31 pm
Kabul, Dec.3 (ANI): The decision of the Afghan Loya Jirga last week to approve the bilateral security agreement with the United States for continued presence of the U.S.-led western forces after the NATO trroops withdrawal has rattled Pakistan.
Sharif to discuss peace with Karzai during Afghanistan visit Nov 29, 8:15 pm
Islamabad, Nov.29 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will visit Kabul on Saturday to discuss bilateral issues and regional situation with Afghan President Hamid Karzai, the Foreign Office said on Friday.
Karzai emerges stronger through Loya jirga Nov 27, 10:09 am
Kabul, Nov.27 (ANI): The complete endorsement of the proposed Bilateral Security Agreement between Afghanistan and the United States by the Afghan Loya Jirga, the Grand Assembly of tribal leaders and elders, reflects the worry of all Afghans across the board about their fragile peace after the NATO forces leave next year.
Iran policies violate international obligations to protect Afghan refugees' rights: HRW Nov 21, 4:29 pm
Kabul, Nov. 21. (ANI): A Human Rights Watch (HRW) report has revealed that the Iranian government policies toward its Afghan refugees and migrant population violate its legal obligations to protect this vulnerable group from abuse.
U.S. forces to remain in Afghanistan till 2024 Nov 21, 3:33 pm
Kabul, Nov.21 (ANI): The armed foces of the United States are likely to stay in Afghanistan till 2024, according to a draft of the bilateral security agreement between the two countries.
Kabul, 20 Nov. (ANI): The increased security risks feared after the withdrawal of the US led NATO forces next year have forced the Indian consortium of six companies to consider slashing the proposed USD 11 billion investments for mining iron ore in Afghanistan. It is the largest investment proposal in Afghanistan so far. It proposes to harness the Afghan mineral resources estimated at over I trillion dollars according to the US Geological Survey.
US envoy admits mistakes of West `prolonged Afghan war` Nov 2, 2:54 pm
Washington, Nov. 02 (ANI): The U.S. envoy to Afghanistan has said that mistakes committed by the West in Kabul have prolonged the bloodshed in the war-torn nation.
Washington, Oct. 30 (ANI): The United States has caught the Afghan government red-handed secretly conniving with the Pakistani Taliban to gain a stronger position in a regional power game.
Tony Abbott says Australia's war in Afghanistan over Oct 29, 1:21 pm
Sydney, Oct. 29 (ANI): Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the country's longest conflict in Australia is over.
World has a stake in a peaceful Afghanistan Oct 24, 9:41 am
Kabul , Oct.24 (ANI) Observers here have been watching the discussions that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has had with Russian and Chinese leaders during his visit to Moscow and Beijing this week, and the focus at both places has been, in addition to bilateral matters, on cooperation in fighting 'terror' and promoting economic development in the region.
Taliban comeback in Kabul almost impossible Oct 22, 11:10 am
Kabul, Oct.22 (ANI). The biggest question troubling the mind of every concerned Afghan and Afghanistan watcher is, "Will the Taliban be able to repeat in 2014 what they did after the Russian withdrawal in the 1990s?"
Will Afghanistan go back to 'square one'? Oct 16, 2:28 pm
Kabul, Oct.16 (ANI): President Karzai is calling a Loya Jirga (The Grand Assembly of Afghan elders and tribal leaders) early next month in Kabul to discuss details of the proposed Bilateral Security Agreement, as he does not want to be blamed for selling Afghan interests to the United States and allies.
Afghan provincial governor killed in Logar mosque blast Oct 15, 4:33 pm
Kabul, Oct. 15 (ANI): The provincial governor of eastern Afghan province of Logar, Arsala Jamal, was killed and at least 15 civilians were wounded in a bomb attack in a provincial capital mosque.
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