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Kabul: Terror group Islamic State has said Shi’ite Muslims will be targeted everywhere by them.
Kabul, October 16: A powerful explosion rocked a Shiite mosque in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar during prayers on Friday, killing at least 32 people and leaving more than 50 others wounded, AFP reported citing local health officials.
Kabul, October 9: A US delegation will travel to Doha, Qatar, over the weekend to meet with senior Afghan Taliban representatives, the State Department said.
Kabul, October 6: The Taliban government issued yet another bizarre diktat by which those who have graduated from high schools during the past twenty years are of no use to the country.
Islamabad: Names of over 700 Pakistanis have come up in the latest leak called Pandora Papers, which features a huge tranche of leaked data on offshore companies that is larger in size and scope than the Panama Papers.
New York, October 1: An “urgent” international response is needed to prevent the crisis in Myanmar from becoming a “catastrophe” in the heart of Southeast Asia and beyond, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned. In a report sent to the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, the UN chief also said he feared that the military’s grip on power would become increasingly difficult to counter.
Kabul, September 28: Afghanistan has a unique relationship with Pakistan compared to other neighboring countries. The two countries have a 2,570-km border area and long-standing close trade exchanges. Apart from religious bigotry, there are also ethnic, cultural and linguistic similarities across a wide area on both sides of the border.
Kabul/Rome, September 27: Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio has said it is impossible for his nation to recognize the Taliban government.
Kabul, September 23: The refugee problem is expected to escalate as locals seek to flee Afghanistan in the aftermath of Taliban occupation. Even before the Taliban came to power, groups of Afghans were fleeing the country. Later that exodus is taking terrible shape as many more people are desperate to leave the country. As a result, a long-term crisis has arisen in the country, experts say.
Kabul, September 20: Kabul's only airport has officially opened for domestic and international commercial flights, a source in the Afghan Civil Aviation Authority told Sputnik.
Islamabad: Pakistan's unemployment rate jumped from 5.8 percent in 2017-18 to 6.9 percent in 2018-19, as per data released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS)recently.
Islamabad, September 18: At least seven Pakistani soldiers were killed during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal district on Wednesday, media reports said on Thursday.
Kabul, September 16: The Taliban insurgents have recruited Chinese cyber spies to help them snoop on Afghan civilians, media reports said.
Kabul, September 15: Taliban insurgents on Saturday assaulted a woman and abducted five of her family members in Kabul city, media reports said.
Rome: A high-level symposium was recently hosted in Rome to mark the 20th death anniversary of Afghanistan’s guerrilla commander Ahmed Shah Massoud. The event was hosted on Friday by the Embassy of Afghanistan.