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Sudan's deposed PM Abdalla Hamdok escorted back to his own residence: Military sources

Iraq: ISIS attack Diyala province, 12 dead

Six die of coronavirus across Bangladesh, daily infection rate stands at 1.44 percent

Admission in private schools from November

Writ in High Court to remove all provocative posts from social media

China ready to maintain ties with new Taliban government in Afghanistan

Beijing, September 16: Beijing is ready to interact with the new Taliban government in Afghanistan, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Wednesday.

US carries out airstrike in Kabul, targets suspected ISIS-K car bomb

Washington: The US government on Sunday carried out an airstrike which targeted a suspected ISIS-K car bomb which was heading towards the airport in the city, media reports said.

We don't want anybody bilaterally recognise Taliban govt in Afghanistan: British PM Boris Johnson

Kabul/London: British PM Boris Johnson gave a strong message to Taliban insurgents as they take control of Afghanistan after capturing capital city Kabul on Sunday, saying that nobody should bilaterally recognise the government in the war-torn nation that might soon be formed.

US may increase troops in Afghanistan for safe withdrawal

The United States is likely to temporarily increase its troop level in Afghanistan to ensure safe withdrawal of its remaining forces from the country, reported TOLOnews. However, John Kirby, the spokesperson for Pentagon, said they are yet to chart out details.

US to probe Pakistan’s ISIS terrorists in Syria

Islamabad: Making the situation tough for PM Imran Khan, United States has started an investigation into the role of Pakistanis in the Islamic State movement in Syria, media reports said.

UNSC might not lift sanctions on Taliban: Russian diplomat

Moscow: The Afghan government released hundreds of Taliban prisoners as part of the peace deal with the United States but even at such a scenario UN Security Council might not lift sanction over the group, according to a Russian diplomat.

Afghanistan:Taliban attack leaves 10 soldiers killed

Kabul: At least 10 soldiers were killed on Friday as Taliban terrorists attacked their outpost in Sangin district of Afghanistan, media reports said on Saturday.