Press TV July 31, 2017 Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry says a bomb and gun attack on the Iraqi embassy in the country’s capital, Kabul, has ended, leaving all attackers dead. “The terrorist attack on Iraqi embassy is over. All the attackers have been killed,” the Interior Ministry said in a statement, adding that no embassy staff
AP: The authorities told the AP that the children were being taken to Pakistani madrassas to educate a new generation in the ways of the Taliban, with the intention of returning them to Afghanistan to enforce the same rigid interpretation of Islam practiced by the radical religious movement until its ouster by U.S.-led coalition forces in
The National Interest: A contractor-led role in Afghanistan would confirm the narrative that America wants perpetual warfare and to rob the country of its riches. The leading American proponent of a resource-driven war in Afghanistan is Blackwater founder Erik Prince. Inspired by the British East India Company, Prince has called for replacing U.S. and coalition forces in
1TV: The first of the three-phase project is funded by USAID and which is scheduled to be completed in two years and seven months. With the completion of the project, 10,000 families are expected to benefit from clean and standard water services round the clock. Click here to read more (external link).
1TV: The athletes claimed the cup after beating Thailand 65-25 in the final match of the tournament. It was second time that Afghanistan defeated Thailand in the competition. Click here to read more (external link). Other Sports News Afghanistan A suffer second defeat in South Africa tri-series
Ayaz Gul VOA News July 30, 2017 ISLAMABAD — U.S. military officials have confirmed the death of four additional senior Islamic State leaders in a July 11 airstrike in northeastern Afghanistan that also killed the top leader of the terrorist group. The drone attack struck IS headquarters in Kunar province, which borders Pakistan, and eliminated Abu
William Gallo VOA News July 29, 2017 What does a president who campaigned on an “America First” foreign policy do with the longest war in U.S. history? That is the dilemma for Donald Trump as the White House conducts a policy review of Afghanistan, where U.S. troops have fought for nearly 16 years. With Trump
The Huffington Post: I scrutinized many details about my assigned religion of Catholicism. First, I never could bring myself to believe that Jesus was God. Yes, I love Jesus, and I wholeheartedly believe that we should proactively seek to obtain the extraordinary human qualities that he possessed, but in my eyes, there is only one God,
Tolo News: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) on Saturday said Afghanistan hopes that the next Pakistani prime minister would fight terror and take practical steps to remove terrorists’ safe havens in Pakistan. Afghanistan wants friendly relations with Pakistan, the MoFA spokesman Shekib Mustaghni said, adding that Islamabad must take action against terrorists. Click here to
VOA News / July 29, 2017 SYDNEY — An inquiry is looking into allegations an Australian Special Forces soldier shot dead a man in Afghanistan then planted a firearm on the body to make it look like the trooper had acted in self-defense. The probe is part of a far-reaching investigation of Australia’s elite fighting units.