Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty January 19, 2022 A Taliban commander and three other people were killed when a man opened fire on a vehicle in Afghanistan’s eastern Kunar Province, a local Taliban official said on January 19. The incident occurred in the Narang district of Kunar, the Taliban director of information and culture in the
8am: Sources in Maimana confirmed that a civilian named Parwiz was killed and a woman was wounded during the clash among Taliban members in the city. Family members of the slain man stated that Parwiz has been killed by Pashtun Taliban. Click here to read more (external link).
Taliban's most senior Uzbek commander Makhdoom Alam has been arrested in Mazar-e-Sharif Wednesday based on an order by Mullah Fazel, Taliban's deputy defense minister.Following his arrest, hundreds of disgruntled people took to the streets of Faryab's Maimana city in protest. pic.twitter.com/aA9pw14Wq6 — Afghanistan Times (@AfghanistanTime) January 13, 2022 Taliban fighters of the Uzbek nation took
Ayaz Gul January 11, 2022 VOA News ISLAMABAD — Afghanistan’s ruling Taliban government has asked Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to return air force planes and helicopters flown to the neighboring countries by fleeing pilots as the U.S.-backed government in Kabul collapsed last August. Addressing an Afghan air force ceremony in the capital Tuesday, Taliban Defense Minister Mohammad
Tolo News: Attending in the graduation of 500 army force members in Herat province, Islamic Emirate Chief of Staff Qari Fasihuddin Fitrat said that Afghanistan has at least 80,000 army members who are currently settled in eight corps across the country. The chief of staff further said that the government will attempt to build an
8am: The Taliban forces faced a military response from the Turkmen border forces when they went to the border of Khamab district to check the security situation this morning. For the past month, Turkmenistan has been the third neighboring country to be attacked by Taliban forces. Click here to read more (external link).
Michael Hughes AOPNEWS January 1, 2022 Afghan resistance leaders and their supporters appear confident that both military and political efforts to counter the Taliban will eventually spread nationwide amid growing human rights abuses against women and minorities. Amrullah Saleh, who declared himself the “Acting President” of Afghanistan amid the fall of Kabul, has been resolute,
8am: Local sources in Panjshir province say there has been an armed clash between Taliban forces and Abdul Hamid Khorasani’s men. According to sources, the clash took place after Taliban forces shot and killed a young man in the Anaba district of Panjshir today Sunday afternoon. Click here to read more (external link).
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty December 25, 2021 The Islamic State (IS) extremist group has claimed responsibility for a blast that took place near the gate of a passport office in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on December 23. IS made the claim on December 25 in a statement posted on a Telegram account affiliated to the
Ron Synovitz Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty December 25, 2021 The chaotic withdrawal of U.S. and NATO forces from Afghanistan and the lightning collapse of the internationally recognized government in Kabul in August spelled the end of the West’s nearly 20-year foothold in the war-torn country. Now, with the Taliban back in control of Afghanistan, other