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  1. At least 107 others were wounded in Sunday's powerful explosion, which happened as scores of people were leaving the airport after welcoming home Afghan Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum from exile. Photo:AFPKABUL: The death toll from a suicide...
  2. An explosion near Kabul's international airport injured several people on Sunday, officials said, shortly after Afghan Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum returned to the country after more than a year in exile. Photo: fileKABUL: An explosion near...
  3. Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua arrived in Kabul on Sunday with a 28-member delegation for the inaugural session of the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS). According to Foreign Office (FO)...
  4. An Afghan bodybuilder poses after competing in a contest in Kabul, where the sport has become ubiquitous since the fall of the Taliban regime. Photo: AFP Hindi music pumps from the speakers as dozens of Afghan men grunt and sweat their way through...
  5. Afghan peace marchers in Kabul. Photo: Reuters KABUL: Hundreds of Afghan peace marchers arrived exhausted in the capital, Kabul, on Monday after spending the fasting month of Ramazan crossing the sun-baked, war-torn country, much of it under...
  6. The visit was followed by delegation level discussions, photo: ISPRRAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa held a meeting with Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani during his Kabul visit, said an Inter-Services Public...
  7. General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, left for Kabul to meet President Ashraf Ghani after the latter extended an invitation to the army chief. Photo: FileRAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday...
  8. File photo of explosion in Kabul. Photo: ReutersKABUL: A suicide bomber exploded a device near clerics on Monday as they were leaving a giant tent in the west of Kabul where they had gathered to denounce terrorism and call for peace, security...
  9. File photo of explosion in Kabul. Photo: AFPA series of huge explosions rocked Kabul on Wednesday followed by gunshots, in the latest attacks on the Afghan capital.AFP journalists heard several blasts in the heart of the city that were confirmed by...
  10. Policemen help Afghan journalists, victims of a second blast, in Kabul, Afghanistan April 30, 2018. Photo: Reuters KABUL: Twin blasts in the Afghan capital Kabul killed 26 people on Monday, including nine journalists who had arrived to report on...
  11. Pakistan Foreign Office in Islamabad/File photoISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Foreign Office on Monday issued a strong condemnation of the twin suicide attacks in Afghan capital of Kabul, which killed 25 people and wounded 49 others.?We are distressed...
  12. Photo: File KABUL: Two explosions were heard on Monday in the Afghan capital of Kabul, but there was no immediate confirmation of cause or any damage or casualties.However, some reports in the Afghan media, quoting police, said at least three...
  13. Damaged cars are seen after a blast at the site of the incident in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani/Files KABUL: An explosion apparently caused by a suicide bomber hit a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital, Kabul,...
  14. A high-level Pakistan delegation has reached Afghanistan to hold a discussion on Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS). Photo: Twitter/Foreign Office Spokesperson1KABUL: A high-level Pakistan delegation has reached...
  15. Photo: File A suicide bomber blew himself up near a Shia shrine in Kabul on Wednesday, killing at least 26 people and wounding 18, officials said, as the Afghan capital celebrated the Nawruz holiday marking the start of the Persian new year. Nasrat Rahimi, deputy interior ministry spokesperson, said the bomber blew himself up near the Kart-e Sakhi shrine, a target of previous militant attacks. The latest explosion to hit Kabul underlined the threat to the city from militant attacks despite government promises to tighten security in the wake of an attack in January that killed around 100 people. Wednesday?s blast, the latest in a series to have hit Shia targets in Kabul, came as people were walking away from the shrine, near the city?s main university. Nawruz, an ancient Persian celebration of the start of spring, is widely celebrated in Afghanistan but has also faced opposition from some fundamentalist Muslims, who say it is un-Islamic.
  16. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/f12db50f8bc152b81b2d839f3ca75538.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9My8xNy8yMDE4IDY6MDQ6MzUgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1OSm1aREdhR0dwTVN5TWZkVTd6MmxBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KABUL: At least two civilians were killed after a suicide bomber detonated his explosives in Kabul's PD9 vicinity on Saturday morning, the Afghan Ministry of Interior confirmed. Three persons were injured in the attack that took place shortly after 9am in Dispichari area close to a compound housing foreign contractors, reported Tolo News. Afghan media quoted sources that claimed the attack was targetted at a private security firm?s vehicle. No group has as yet claimed responsibility for the incident.
  17. Afghan fire fighters clean the site of a suicide bomb attack near a Shi'ite mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan March 9, 2018. Photo: Reuters 1 KABUL: A suicide bomber blew himself up in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Friday, killing at least seven people in an attack apparently intended to hit crowds gathered to commemorate a political leader from the mainly Shia Hazara minority, officials said. One policeman and six civilians were killed and seven civilians wounded when the bomber was stopped at a security checkpoint, said Nasrat Rahimi, a deputy interior ministry spokesman. He said the bomber appeared to have intended to attack crowds gathered for the anniversary celebrations of the death of Abdul Ali Mazari, a Hazara political leader killed by the Taliban in 1995. A string of attacks on Shia mosques and Hazara gatherings has been claimed by an affiliate of Daesh, although many Afghan and Western security officials say they doubt the group works alone. In December, dozens of people were killed in a suicide attack on a Shia cultural centre claimed by Daesh and two months earlier two separate mosque attacks killed at least 72 people. The attack came less than two weeks after President Ashraf Ghani called on the Taliban to join peace talks to end more than 16 years of the latest phase of the Afghan war.
  18. Sharyari´s coffee cart is an oddity in a city where most people drink tea and cafes are often protected by armed guards and hidden from view behind blast walls and steel door-AFP KABUL: Afghans in need of a caffeine fix line up at Najibullah Sharyari´s coffee cart in Kabul -- converts to the drink that is now percolating in a country obsessed with tea for centuries. Standing on a noisy street among vendors hawking their wares, the 30-year-old barista serves takeaway instant coffee from a mobile machine at his New York-style cart for as little as 28 cents a cup. Coffee is the "best medicine" to cope with the daily grind in the overcrowded, polluted and war-torn city, insists Sharyari, pouring Nescafe into a fake Starbucks cup for a customer as honking cars crawl past his stand. The uninitiated often ask for tea, he says, before explaining: "We tell them they can have tea at home. There is a big difference between a cup of tea and a cup of coffee -- coffee is better." Sharyari´s coffee cart -- one of several he operates around the sprawling Afghan capital -- is an oddity in a city where most people drink tea and cafes are often protected by armed guards and hidden from view behind blast walls and steel doors. Afghanistan was introduced to tea because of its location on the ancient Silk Road, and today remains one of the world´s largest tea consumers per capita. The drink is integral to the country´s famed culture of hospitality, with guests offered a cup of green tea -- often infused with aromatic cardamom pods, and a piece of sugar on the side -- as they enter homes and offices. It is ubiquitous at the table regardless of whether the meal being served is breakfast, lunch or dinner. But coffee has the power to pull people out of their daily routine, according to the aficionados at Sharyari´s cart. "Whenever I go to university I take this street just to drink a cup of coffee while I´m walking," university student Sayed Millad Hashimi tells AFP. Getting creative Sharyari launched his business four years ago in the relatively prosperous northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif, investing 50,000 Afghanis ($725) in a couple of coffee machines from neighbouring Uzbekistan. Its success saw him expand to Kabul, where he says he has eight machines and serves more than 1,500 customers per day. The sight of steam rising from the cart and the rich smell brew excitement apart from the impending jolt of caffeine, says a government worker named Mujiburrahman, rubbing his hands in anticipation. "I am also happy to see our people getting creative and create job opportunities," the young and sharply dressed customer tells AFP. Selling coffee on the streets of Kabul -- one of the deadliest places for civilians in the country, where blast walls and traffic choke the roads -- is a different prospect from Mazar, which Sharyari says is relatively peaceful and has a vibrant street life. But in the capital there are grounds for buying your coffee at a street cart, which is accessible to residents in a way that fancier cafes hidden behind layers of security are not. Rahim, a taxi driver, pulls up to the vendor and calls for coffee with milk without even leaving his car. "There is no parking lot in this crowded downtown, we cannot park our cars to go to a coffee shop or restaurant," the 45-year-old says. "But (it) is easy here, just slam the brake, stop, pick a cup of coffee and go," he adds. Security remains a concern. On January 27 one of the deadliest bomb blasts in the capital since 2001 killed more than 100 people just a few hundred metres from Sharyari´s cart, he says. "I was shocked but Kabul is such a resilient city," he muses. "The next day the people were in the streets again and it was business as usual."
  19. Photo: TOLONews KABUL: An explosion has been reported in the Afghan capital Kabul, according to TOLONews. The news organisation said, quoting eyewitnesses, that the explosion occurred in the Qabel Bai area of the city. Ambulances have been seen in the area, TOLOnews reported. It added that the target of the explosion was apparently a convoy of foreign forces which was passing through the area. This is a developing story and initial reports may vary as further information is made available.
  20. Afghan security forces keep watch at a checkpoint near the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, February 24, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail KABUL: A suicide bomber detonated his explosives near the diplomatic area of the Afghan capital on Saturday, killing at least one person, officials said. "This morning a suicide bomber blew up his explosives in Shash Darak area of Kabul, killing one and wounding six others," interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish told AFP. A security source, who requested not to be named, said the explosion happened near a compound belonging to the National Directorate of Security (NDS), the Afghan intelligence agency. The NDS compound is located near to the headquarters of NATO and the US embassy. In December, a suicide attacker on foot blew himself up near the same compound, killing at least six civilians. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the latest attack in Kabul, which in recent months has become one of the deadliest places in war-torn Afghanistan for civilians. Since mid-January, militants have stormed a luxury hotel, bombed a crowded street, and raided a military compound in Kabul, killing more than 130 people.
  21. Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa. Photo: File RAWALPINDI: Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday arrived in Kabul to attend Chief of Defence (CHOD) conference, informed a press release issued by ISPR. The COAS is expected to meet Commander USCENTCOM, Commander Resolute Support Mission( RSM ) and Afghan Army Chief in the CHOD conference. Earlier, on February 3, a top-level delegation of Pakistan?s civil and military leadership, led by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua, reached Afghanistan to attend the Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Working Group meeting. Pakistan-Afghanistan should engage in cooperation instead of blame game: Janjua Top-level delegation of Pakistan?s civil and military leadership, led by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua, arrived in Kabul on Saturday Pakistan proposed five joint working groups, focusing on ensuring a comprehensive engagement for countering terrorism, intelligence sharing, military, economy, trade and transit interaction, refugee repatriation and connectivity. A high-level Afghan delegation had also visited Pakistan prior to the Joint Working Group meeting to discuss important issues of mutual interest. The delegation, comprising the Afghan interior minister and the chief of National Directorate of Security, met with Prime Minister Shahid Khan Abbasi. Shedding light on the meeting, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif had stressed the need to resolve Pak-Afghan issues bilaterally and said Pakistan ?stands with its Afghan brothers in this hour of grief," referring to the recent spate of bomb-and-gun attacks in Kabul which claimed nearly 200 lives.
  22. Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers stand guard at the entrance gate of Marshal Fahim military academy in Kabul, Afghanistan, January 29, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani/Files KABUL: Seven Afghan army officers, including two generals, have been sacked over a deadly attack on a Kabul military base, President Ashraf Ghani said Tuesday, as the Afghan capital braces for further assaults. At least five attackers ? gunmen and suicide bombers ? launched the pre-dawn raid claimed by Daesh on January 29, killing 11 soldiers and wounding 16. "Seven high-ranking officers including two generals committed professional negligence. All seven are sacked and referred for further investigations," Ghani said on Twitter after a probe into the incident. Ghani?s US-backed government is under growing public pressure to improve security in the capital after a series of attacks demonstrated the ability of the Taliban and Daesh to strike at the heart of the country. Since January 20, militants have stormed a luxury hotel, bombed a crowded street and raided the military compound in Kabul, killing more than 130 people. The assaults, including a devastating ambulance bomb attack that killed more than 100 people and wounded hundreds, have left already war-weary citizens grief-stricken and angry as the Taliban and Daesh escalate their offensives. Kabul remains on high alert for more attacks. The National Directorate of Security ? Afghanistan?s spy agency ? on Tuesday, seized a truck it said was carrying two tonnes of material which could be used to make bombs. The truck was travelling from Kabul to the northern province of Parwan where the US Bagram airbase is located, an official said.
  23. Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua/File photo ISLAMABAD: The first ever meeting of Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Working Group will be held in Kabul today. Top-level delegation of Pakistan?s civil and military leadership, led by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua, left for Afghanistan earlier today to attend the meeting. Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal on Friday confirmed the meeting, and said Pakistan had proposed five joint working groups, focusing on ensuring a comprehensive engagement for countering terrorism, intelligence sharing, military, economy, trade and transit interaction, refugee repatriation and connectivity. Reiterating Pakistan's stance that there is no military solution to the Afghan problem, he said only an Afghan-led and owned peace process will ensure peace in the country. The FO spokesperson also reaffirmed that Pakistan will continue to support efforts for peace in Afghanistan, but the Afghan government needs to reach a settlement with different Afghan groups. Pakistan will not allow its land to be used against neighbours: FO Foreign Office strongly rejects accusations of Pakistan supporting Afghan Taliban and Haqqani network: spokesperson A high-level Afghan delegation visited Pakistan earlier this week to discuss important issues of mutual interest. The delegation, comprising the Afghan interior minister and the chief of National Directorate of Security, met with Prime Minister Shahid Khan Abbasi. Shedding light on the meeting, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif had stressed the need to resolve Pak-Afghan issues bilaterally and said Pakistan ?stands with its Afghan brothers in this hour of grief," referring to the recent spate of bomb-and-gun attacks in Kabul over the past month which have claimed nearly 200 lives. Pakistan does not want any violence or terrorism in Afghanistan: Aizaz Pakistan?s Ambassador to the United States, Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry on Friday reiterated that Pakistan does not want any violence or terrorism in Afghanistan and that it has suffered from the instability across the border. In an interview, Aizaz said it was disappointing that Kabul blamed Pakistan for the ensuing violence, adding that Pakistan will benefit the most ? apart from the people of Afghanistan ? if peace returns to Afghanistan. Ambassador Aizaz said that Pakistan would like to have good relations with the United States and the two countries have worked together for seven decades. He added that Pakistan believes in a relationship based on mutual respect and trust.
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