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A Taliban delegation who had travelled to Pakistan to consult peace terms and conditions with their elders have just returned back to Doha, Qatar, close sources to Taliban said. An informed source has said that ‘most members’...

By Administrator on Dec 27th, 2019

Taliban has released 27 abducted members of peace marches group who were kidnapped while traveling to western parts of Afghanistan. Bismillah Watan Dost, a spokesman for the People’s Peace Movement (PPM), said the 27 members abducted...

By Administrator on Dec 26th, 2019

Taliban have ambushed an Afghan military check-point in Dawlatabad district of northern Balkhi province, killing at least security members, officials said on Tuesday. Mohammad Yousuf, the district governor of Dawlatabad where the incident...

By Khaama Press on Dec 24th, 2019

A U.S soldier was killed in the northern Kunduz province by the Taliban militants, Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesperson claimed on Monday. “Last night we performed a heavy explosion on the U.S occupiers and their slaves in...

By Khaama Press on Dec 23rd, 2019

Taliban announced on Friday that the intra-Afghan peace dialogue is possible only after a full foreign forces withdrawal agreement is in place. “Intra-Afghan negotiations will begin only after an agreement with America on the withdrawal...

By Administrator on Dec 20th, 2019

A motor bomb explosion and long-running gunfires near U.S military base in Bagram district of Parwan province on Wednesday morning, killed 2 civilians and injured 73 most of whom were civilians, MOI spokesperson confirmed. The powerful...

By Khaama Press on Dec 11th, 2019

Tetsu Nakamura was the only Japanese national with a honorary Afghan citizenship Tetsu Nakamura, the only Japanese national with a honorary Afghan citizenship died of wounds after an attack in eastern Jalalabad city in Nangarhar province of...

By Khaama Press on Dec 4th, 2019

Nicolas Kay, the NATO senior civilian representative to Afghanistan in speaking with Afghan journalists and media representatives in London said that every party or group should accept the election results. “Despite the treats many Afghans...

Following the ouster of the Taliban regime in late 2001, Afghanistan has seen gradually declining turnout since the country first held national elections in 2004. In the first election after the overthrow of the Taliban from power, turnout...

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani says the Afghan people do not want the Taliban to return to power and the nation supports peace, education, prosperity, and development of Afghanistan. Speaking during a gathering of elders and influential figures of Jaghoori and Malistan districts, President Ghani said it has been revealed during his interaction with...

The Taliban group in Afghanistan has rejected the involvement of the group in last evening’s deadly suicide attack which targeted a gathering of religious scholars on the eve of Eid Milad (Birthday of Prophet Mohammad P.B.U.H). Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid issued a statement and said the group strongly condemns the attack in Oranus Hotel...

The Afghan High Peace Council members are saying that the Taliban group’s political leadership expressed flexibility for the talks with the government during Moscow Summit. However, the group demands the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Afghanistan as a precondition for negotiations. The High Peace Council Deputy Chairmen made the remarks...

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan reacted to Moscow Summit regarding the Afghan peace process, stating that the Afghan government hails any country that supports Afghanistan in achieving peace and emphasizes on an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led reconciliation process. According to a statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the...

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has once again called on Taliban group to participate in intra-Afghan peace talks, emphasizing that a consensus exists for peace and the Islamic world and region is prepared for reconciliation. He made the remarks during a meeting with religious scholars, influential figures, and tribal elders of Paktika province on...

A deadly clash erupted among the Taliban and militants affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan. The 201st Silab Corps of the Afghan Military in the East in a statement said the latest clash erupted in Zawa area of Khogyani district. The statement further added that 21 militants were killed...