Tolo News: Heavy clashes are ongoing in Ajristan district of Ghazni province as Taliban reportedly advance on government forces, security sources confirmed on Sunday. Commandos were still on their way at 11.30am local time. Click here to read more (external link). More Security News Former DGMO of Pakistani Military reportedly killed in Afghanistan
Ayaz Gul VOA News April 12, 2018 ISLAMABAD — A predawn Taliban attack has killed a district governor and seven police personnel in Afghanistan’s southeastern province of Ghazni. Scores of heavily armed insurgents participated in Thursday’s coordinated assault on the governor’s office in Khawaja Omari and overran the district center, said residents. Provincial police chief Mohammad
1TV: At least 12 people were injured in road collision involving two vehicle in central-eastern Ghazni province, an official said Monday. The crash happened in Bini Sang area of Khwaja Omari district. Click here to read more (external link).
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty February 22, 2018 At least 10 people have been killed in two separate incidents in Afghanistan’s southern Ghazni and Zabul provinces, officials say. “Unfortunately, eight local police were killed and another one was injured,” said Arif Noori, a spokesman for the provincial governor, after a large number of Taliban militants attacked
VOA News February 21, 2018 Mohammad Habibzada WASHINGTON / BAMYAN, AFGHANISTAN — In an effort to find new ways of financing their insurgency, Taliban rebels have turned to local media for taxation and threatened news outlets in central Afghanistan with punitive measures if they refuse to give in to the militant group’s demands. The Taliban has
Ayaz Gul VOA News January 26, 2018 ISLAMABAD — A rocket attack Friday killed at least seven civilians, mostly children, and injured three more in central-eastern Afghanistan. There were conflicting reports about who was responsible for the deadly incident in the Ghazni province. A provincial government spokesman, while speaking to VOA, accused Taliban insurgents of firing
VOA News January 10, 2018 GHAZNI, AFGHANISTAN/WASHINGTON — Armed men claiming to be Islamic State members have threatened residents of central Ghazni province, Afghanistan, to cease their support for the Taliban and join IS, according to a provincial official. Khan Elham, chief of the Qara Bagh district of Ghazni province, told VOA that IS members hand-delivered
December 26, 2017 RFE/RL’s Radio Free Afghanistan Afghan officials say Taliban militants shot and killed five travelers in the country’s central province of Ghazni. Speaking on December 26, Ghazni Provincial Council member Nasir Ahmad Faqiri said the killing occurred late at night on December 25 in the village of Arzo near the provincial capital Ghazni.
Press TV December 12, 2017 Afghanistan’s military is set to launch a major operation aimed at stopping the Takfiri Daesh terrorists from making inroads into the country’s northern provinces. “(The) ministry of defense is planning to launch an operation against Daesh in the northern provinces of Sari Pul, Faryab and Jowzjan,” Defense Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri
Press TV December 9, 2017 At least three soldiers have been killed after Taliban militants launched an attack on a checkpoint in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Ghazni. At least two other soldiers were injured in the gun battles that occurred in the early hours of Saturday, said Arif Noori, a spokesman for the provincial governor,