8am: On the evening of Monday, November 27, the Freedom Front announced in a newsletter that it orchestrated an attack on the Taliban along the Kabul Airport Road in the ninth security district of Kabul. The assault resulted in the death of two Taliban fighters and the injury of two others. Over the past three
8am: Khalid Zadran, the spokesperson for the Taliban security forces, announced tonight that an explosion in the Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul city has resulted in seven casualties and left twenty others injured. The incident, which took place on Tuesday, November 7th, involved a passenger bus, as stated by Zadran in a message posted on X.
AP: An explosion late on October 26 in a mostly Shi’ite neighborhood of Kabul claimed at least two lives and injured nine, a police spokesman said. According to eyewitnesses and pictures and videos published on social media, the explosion occurred in a sports club in the Dasht Barchi area of Kabul. The cause of the
Tolo News: Residents of Kabul complained of an increase in air pollution and asked the current government to stop the causes of air pollution in the capital. “Afghanistan is at the top of the countries whose environment is polluted,” said Seyar, a capital resident. “When factories start working, their smoke spreads in the air and
Tolo News: Some Kabul residents criticized the surge in armed robberies in parts of the capital by irresponsible armed individuals. They asked the Islamic Emirate [Taliban] to make an effort to ensure the security of the people. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: The attack took place around 9:00 pm on Sunday night, April 30, above a Taliban outpost in the Khairkhana area of Kabul’s 11th security district. The group announced the attack through a newsletter and a video on its Twitter page but did not mention any potential casualties among its own forces. Residents of the
8am: The Afghanistan Freedom Front (AFF) claims that in an attack on the Taliban security command in Kabul, two fighters were killed and another was injured. AFF announced through a video posted on its Twitter page that the attack took place at 6:10 pm on Friday night, 30 March, at the entrance to the Taliban
8am: On Monday morning, the residents of Charrahi Shahid and Salim-Karawan, in Kabul city reported that their houses were searched by the Taliban. Taliban Fighters had even closed the side roads to the people, local sources reported. Click here to read more (external link).
AP: Taliban security forces killed two militants from the Islamic State extremist group and detained a third in an overnight raid in the Afghan capital, Kabul, a spokesman for the Taliban administration said on February 27. The regional affiliate of the Islamic State group — known as the Islamic State-Khorasan — is a key rival
8am: The blast occurred on Thursday morning in the Karta-e Naw hill area, located on the outskirts of the 8th police district in Kabul city, according to sources in Kabul. The blast occurred due to the detonation of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) that were planted at a Taliban security checkpost. No group has immediately claimed