Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty April 9, 2019 Three U.S. service members and an American contractor have been killed in a roadside bombing near the main NATO air base in Afghanistan, U.S. forces in Afghanistan said on April 8. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. The NATO-led Resolute Support mission said in a statement on
Afghanistan Times: Parwan provincial health director Dr. Khalil Musadiq said that this center was established to avoid spreading of HIV and hepatitis to addicted people and reduce mortality among drug user in the province. Click here to read more (external link).
Khaama Press: Provincial spokesperson Wahida Shahkar confirmed the incident and said at least four personnel of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) lost their lives in the explosion. She said the incident took place earlier today in the vicinity of Khalazai area of the province and as a result four NDS personnel also sustained injuries. Click
Ayaz Gul VOA News August 5, 2018 ISLAMABAD — NATO’s Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan announced Sunday three of its soldiers were killed when a suicide bomber attacked a combined, dismounted patrol with local forces. An American service member and two Afghan National Army soldiers were also injured in the blast, the mission said. “My thoughts
1TV: Mohammad Qasim Sangin, chief medic of 100-bed hospital in Parwan province, said that more than 100 people visited the hospital complaining from stomach pain after drinking water from Panjshir River. He said that samples of the water had been sent to capital Kabul for investigation. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Abbas Karimi, an 18-year-old Afghan swimmer, took gold in his category in the 50m backstroke on Friday night at the World Para Swimming Series in Indianapolis in the United States on Friday. The swimmer, from Parwan province, scooped two gold medals at last year’s World Para Swimming Series in the US. Click here to
Press TV / November 1, 2017 At least 15 people have been killed and dozens more wounded after a bomb attached to a fuel tanker exploded in northern Afghanistan. The blast occurred on Wednesday night in the center of Charikar, the capital of Parwan province, which is located some 60 kilometers north of the capital Kabul.
Ayaz Gul VOA News September 6, 2017 ISLAMABAD — A suicide bomber blew himself up just outside the U.S.-controlled Bagram military airbase in Afghanistan, causing “a small number of casualties,” Afghan and U.S. officials said. The attack occurred Wednesday evening at an entrance to the airbase, located in Parwan province about 60 kilometers north of Kabul,
Al Jazeera: A senior US commander has apologised after a series of controversial leaflets were dropped in Afghanistan. The pamphlets, distributed on Tuesday in Parwan province, north of Kabul, were deemed “highly offensive” by Major General James Linder. Images used showed a white dog, with a passage from the Quran used in Taliban banners superimposed on its side, fleeing
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty June 20, 2017 An Afghan official says eight Afghan security guards have been killed by gunmen who opened fire on them in the northern province of Parwan. Two others were wounded, Bagram district Governor Abdul Shokoor Qudosi said. The guards from Bagram air base were killed when their vehicle was attacked