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18 dead in suicide attack on Afghan funeral
An explosion at a funeral in Afghanistan's restive east on Sunday killed at least 18 mourners and wounded another 13, officials said, capping a deadly year for ordinary Afghans.
Kabul suicide attack kills six: Afghan official
A suicide attack shook the Afghan capital on Monday morning claiming lives of six civilians and leaving three people injured, an Afghan official announced.
Daesh gunmen raid intelligence training facility in Afghan capital, gunfight underway (Video)
Daesh militants have stormed an under-construction facility belonging to the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in the Afghan capital Kabul, triggering an intense gunfight with security forces.
Afghan lawmakers approve 11 cabinet nominees, reject one after months of stalemate
Afghanistan's parliament has approved nearly a dozen nominees for ministerial posts after months of deadlock in the embattled unity government.
At least 14 dead as blast rocks foreign embassy district in Kabul
A loud blast shook windows and doors in an area of the Afghan capital Kabul where many foreign embassies and government departments are based, Reuters reporters heard on Tuesday.
15 Afghan policemen killed in separate Taliban attacks
A total of 15 police officers have been killed in the east and south of Afghanistan in separate attacks by the Taliban militant group.
Suicide attackers targeting mosques kill dozens in Afghanistan
Suicide bombers in multiple separate attacks on Thursday and Friday killed scores of civilians and policemen in Afghanistan.
US to expand Afghan capital’s security zone to extend military presence
The US military is planning to expand boundaries of the Green Zone in the Afghan capital Kabul in an effort to not only bring nearly all Western embassies, NATO and American military headquarters within the protected area, but to prolong US military presence in the country well into the 2020s.
Pakistan calls for regional consensus to address Afghan issue
Foreign Minister of Pakistan said achieving a consensus among regional countries could lead to the best solution to the problems in Afghanistan.
Pakistan says US must not make it a 'scapegoat' for Afghan failures
Pakistan rejected on Wednesday US criticism of its efforts to fight terrorism saying it should not be used as a scapegoat for the failure of the US military to win the war in Afghanistan.
Taliban militants kill 5 Afghan police in Helmand overnight raid
At least five Afghan policemen have been killed after the Taliban militant group launched an attack against their checkpoint in the southern province of Helmand, local police say.
Taliban move into Afghan drug production
The Taliban – which banned poppy cultivation when it ruled Afghanistan – now appear to wield significant control over the war-torn country's heroin production line, providing members with billions of dollars, officials have told AFP.
Afghan officials: Taliban, Daesh jointly massacre dozens of civilians
The Taliban and Daesh jointly massacred dozens of civilians in an Afghan village, officials said Monday, highlighting rare co-operation between the terror groups that could increase the strain on Afghanistan's beleaguered security forces.
Afghan authorities seize truck with 16 tons of explosives in Kabul
Afghan intelligence authorities have seized a truck in the capital Kabul carrying more than 16 tons of explosives hidden in boxes marked as poultry feed.

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