Reuters: Speaking in an interview in Paris, Massoud, the exiled leader of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRF), said that the only way for the Taliban to achieve legitimacy would be to hold elections, but there was no prospect of that happening for now. Click here to read more (external link).
By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi September 15, 2023 A top U.S. diplomat to Afghanistan has categorically ruled out Washington’s support for a new war in the nation, saying Afghans “deserve some peace” after more than four decades of international conflict ended two years ago when American and international troops left as Taliban militants seized power. In an
Aamaj: Local sources in Baghlan told Aamaj News that Qamaruddin Andarabi, the senior commander of the National Resistance Front (NRF), was killed with the “help of a Taliban infiltrator” in Banu village, Andarab district of this province. According to the source, Mr. Andarabi was killed after being shot by a “spy” inside his base in
Aamaj: The National Resistance Front (NRF) stated that the forces of this front attacked a Taliban camp in the village of “Qaflatun” in the Khwaja Ghar district of Takhar province last night, as a result of which one Taliban was killed and two others were injured. According to the National Resistance Front, this attack took
8am: Amid the Taliban’s emphasis on nationwide security, conflicts have escalated within the country. According to figures released by the warring parties in recent days, dozens have been killed in clashes between members of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRF) and the Afghanistan Freedom Front (AFF) with Taliban militants. This comes as, in addition
Sputnik: The United States diverted its attention from Afghanistan to Ukraine and other places after the Taliban takeover in 2021 just like it did after September 11 when it reallocated resources to invade Iraq, National Resistance Front (NRF) of Afghanistan Leader Ahmad Massoud said during a virtual panel hosted by the Aspen Institute. “Unfortunately, once
8am: A senior member of the Front, who requested anonymity, informed Hasht-e Subh that the attack took place on Friday night, June 30, in the Joy-e Prozha area of the Bagram district. According to the source, as a result of the attack, at least one Taliban fighter was killed, and another individual sustained injuries. This
8am: Following the recent border conflict between the Taliban and Iranian border guards, Ahmad Massoud, the leader of the National Resistance Front (NRF), tweeted a stanza of Rumi’s famous poems, indicating that he had warned Iran not to go to the Taliban as he himself was the true acquaintance of Iran. This tweet provoked a
8am: Sources spoke with Hasht-e Subh on Monday, May 8, stating that the Taliban had detained these individuals over the past month in the Hessa-2 Kohistan district and subjected them to severe torture. Sources did not provide any information about the identities of the teachers but emphasized that most of those arrested were young. According
8am: Sources in Baghlan province report that a clash between the Taliban and National Resistance Front (NRF) is ongoing in the Khost district. The clash began at 10:00 am on Sunday, May 7, in the village of Jangalak and is still ongoing. Click here to read more (external link).