Tolo News: Amrullah Saleh, the state minister for security reforms, on Tuesday resigned from his position. Saleh announced his resignation on his Facebook page. Click here to read more (external link). Related Khaama Press: Amrullah Saleh Resigns as State Minister for Security Reforms
Tolo News: The state minister for reforms in security sector, Amrullah Saleh, at a gathering in Kapisa province on Friday, criticized the recent remarks of Hizb-e-Islami leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and said he had ‘insulted’ Afghanistan’s war victims when he made his first speech after 20 years at the Presidential Palace one week ago. Click here to
Tolo News: President Ashraf Ghani has appointed Amrullah Saleh, former head of National Directorate of Security (NDS) as state minister for reforms in security sector. Saleh was appointed by presidential decree to bring about significant reforms in the security sector. The appointment was made in terms of article 64 of the constitution. Saleh’s duties include advice
Press TV August 12, 2016 Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah has slammed President Ashraf Ghani, saying his ally is “unfit for the presidency.” Abdullah made the comment during a gathering in the capital Kabul on Thursday. The president had agreed to give Abdullah the position of prime minister following the controversial elections of 2014. Ghani,
Khaama Press: Former Afghan Intelligence Chief Amrullah Saleh criticized Tawab Ghorzag, the spokesman for the National Security Council for blaming Ata Mohammad for the instability of Kunduz province. He warned to release the 200 classified documents and audio clips prepared by the fact finding team regarding the fall of Kunduz city if Ghorzang did not amend
VOA News Ayesha Tanzeem June 2, 2016 ISLAMABAD—Regional officials in Afghanistan say Taliban abducted at least 17 passengers in the north of the country late Wednesday. Zabiullah Amani, the provincial governor’s spokesman, said the passengers, local residents of Balkhab district, were traveling to the capital of Sar-e-Pul province when Taliban kidnapped them. He said local
VOA News Akmal Dawi, Masood Farivar May 26, 2016 WASHINGTON—Days after a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan, near the Afghan border, killed Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, it remains unclear how the slain leader’s location was discovered. Mansoor was killed in a remote part of Baluchistan, a province that has been thought off limits for U.S.
Tolo News: The former NDS Chief, Amrullah Saleh, wrote on his facebook page that Afghanistan’s consulate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has issued the passports after being pressurized by Kabul to do so. He said passports are issued to family members of Taliban members, who are currently engaged in a war against government. Click here to