Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said Tuesday that peace talks with the Taliban could begin "in a week's time," following the completion of a crucial prisoner exchange. "To demonstrate the government's commitment to peace, the Islamic Republic will soon complete the release of 5,000 Taliban prisoners," Ghani told senior officials at the presidential palace. "With this … Continue reading Afghan president hopeful of a peace treaty with Taliban
Accusations of fraud and misconduct, more than scores of Taliban attacks, threatened to overwhelm the results of Saturday's vote for the next president of Afghanistan, denying the winner legitimacy and frustrating efforts to restart peace talks to end 18 years of war. When polls closed Saturday, Afghanistan's Interior Minister Massoud Andarabi said there had been … Continue reading Afghan’s 2019 presidential election threatened by corruption
These were among the key findings in a new United Nations report into the threats posed by ISIL presented to the UN Security Council on Thursday by senior UN counter-terrorism officials The report also detailed how UN Member States and the UN system are continuing to strengthen, refine and promote the effective use of tools and measures to address … Continue reading Vladimir Voronkov: ISIL still has about 20,000 fighters in Syria and Iraq
A suicide bomber carried out an attack near the Kabul airport Sunday, killing 14 people and narrowly missing Afghanistan's vice president, who was returning home after living in Turkey for over a year, security officials said. According to a report from the Associated Press, the blast occurred near Kabul International Airport shortly after the convoy of the … Continue reading 14 civilians and military forces killed at Kabul International Airport
The United Nations (UN), Amnesty International and Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), among other concerned citizens around the world, have condemned the incessant murders in Afghanistan and called for peace among all warring parties. Afghan Journalist, Sabawoon Kakar, is laid to rest after a bomb attack in Kabul on 30 April 2018, which killed eight … Continue reading Journalists murdered in Afghanistan war remind us of the need for peace
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a blast that targeted a voter registration center in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sunday. The blast was carried out by a suicide bomber and claimed at least 31 lives, with 54 others sustaining injuries, officials said. https://twitter.com/ZHassani7/status/987930630414577665 No other details were communicated by the AMAQ, the militant group's news agency. … Continue reading ISIS claims responsibility for dozens killed in Kabul
At least 24 persons have been confirmed dead, and over 40 injured in a suicide bombing attack on Monday. The horrific incident occurred in Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan, officials said. Media reports confirm a Toyota Corolla driver was behind the car bombing. The suicide attacker reportedly collided with a commuter bus carrying a … Continue reading Suicide Bomber killed dozens and injured more than 40 in Kabul
* By Peter Bergen CNN National Security Analyst Editor's note: Peter Bergen is CNN's national security analyst, a vice president at New America and a professor of practice at Arizona State University. He is the author of "United States of Jihad: Investigating America's Homegrown Terrorists." For more analysis of the jihadist threat today read … Continue reading 9/11: Osama bin Laden’s spectacular miscalculation.
A confidential report on the Dallas cop killer Micah Xavier Johnson which tells of his disgusting past behaviors, has been exposed by the military. The revelation comes as a shock, following previous statements that described this psychotic murderer as 'an introvert'. Now the numbers are beginning to add up, as the latest information says he was not … Continue reading Revealed: Dallas Cop Killer Micah Johnson, Stole Women Undies In Afghanistan And Was Accused Of Rape.
It is a mystery yet unsolved and we fear it might remain so forever. 15 years have passed since the carved Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan was blown up. The edifice in the country was the world's largest standing Buddha before it was destroyed. But somewhere on the Baxianshan Mountain in Pingshan County, located in … Continue reading No Historical Record on this 400-year-old Masterpiece.