Tag: Taliban Fighters

July 16, 2019

Afghan Radio Station Shuts Down Aft...

A private radio station in Afghanistan has shut down after numerous threats from a suspected Taliban commander who objected to women working as presenters, officials at the radio station said on Monday

May 25, 2019

Afghan Teen Loses Her Eye Waiting T...

Afghan government forces with close air support had launched a raid to search for Taliban fighters in Salema’s village of Niaz Baba — a remote settlement in an area that has, for years, been a transit point for militants who cross back and forth between Afghanistan and Pakistan’s South Waziristan tribal region

May 11, 2019

The Young Afghan Amputee Who Loves ...

Five-year-old Sayeed Abdul Rahman was just 8 months old when he was shot during fighting between Afghan forces and Taliban militants. His leg was subsequently amputated. Now, thanks to support from a Red Cross hospital in Kabul, he can walk and dance on a prosthetic limb

April 20, 2019

‘Afghanistan Has Changed̵...

Talk of peace in Afghanistan is ramping up, with the United States and the Taliban negotiating and Kabul preparing to host hundreds of ethnic, religious, and tribal leaders to settle on a road map for ending nearly 18 years of war

April 5, 2019

IS, Taliban Fight Displaces 1000s i...

The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said Thursday that 3,000 families fled their homes, and warned the situation could escalate as the warring sides mobilize more fighters

February 16, 2019

90 insurgents were killed in differ...

Afghan Air Forces also conducted 82 flights supporting Afghan National Army and carried out 14 airstrikes on enemies’ positions. As a result, 90 insurgents were killed and 41 were wounded

December 8, 2018

Study: Terrorism Deaths Declining G...

According to the CSIS report, compared with 2017, IS attacks against Iraqi government targets increased in 2018. The terror group has been carrying out an average of 78 attacks per month

November 13, 2018

ISIS claims responsibility for suic...

The Taliban has come to the negotiating table in the past, with earlier mediation efforts initiated by Qatar, but until now it has refused to talk directly to the government in Kabul

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