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Terrorist attacks kill over 70 people in Afghanistan
Two separate suicide and gun attacks on police and soldiers in Afghanistan left at least 71 dead and nearly 170 wounded Tuesday in the latest devastating assaults on beleaguered security forces.
Memos reveal torture of detainees at CIA black site in Afghanistan
New details have been disclosed about the CIA’s torture program at a black site prison near Kabul, Afghanistan, thanks to newly unsealed documents the spy agency and US Defense Department were forced to declassify over a lawsuit filed by victims of the torture program.
Iran, Afghanistan stress boost of mutual ties, good neighborliness
Iranian and Afghan officials in a meeting have emphasized promoting mutual relations and good neighborliness between two countries.
Afghan minister hails Leader's contribution to education of immigrants
Refugees and Repatriation Minister Hossein Alemi Balkhi said that Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khamenei, issuing educational services to all Afghan immigrant students in Iran, contributed greatly to the Afghan people.
Former President Karzai slams ‘US new policy’ on Afghanistan
Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai has lambasted the United States’ new policy toward his country, saying it carries a “message of war and bloodshed” in the region.
Afghanistan pull-out would be 'to our ultimate peril': Mattis
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has warned that an American withdrawal from Afghanistan would be "to our ultimate peril," weeks after President Donald Trump announced to prolong the Afghan war, which he once described as a “complete waste.”
Chabahar port boosting economies of regional states
Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah said on Friday that development of the Iranian port of Chabahar prepares the ground for promotion of trade relations between regional states.
Suicide bomber kills six near Kabul Shia mosque
Six people were killed when a suicide bomber posing as a shepherd blew himself up near a Shia mosque in Kabul on Friday, police said, as Muslims prepared to commemorate a key Islamic event.
NATO: Civilian casualties due to missile malfunction in Afghan capital
A missile "malfunction" during a US airstrike on the Afghan capital Kabul has resulted in several civilian casualties, NATO says.
Mattis visits Afghanistan as rockets hit Kabul airport
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visited Kabul on Wednesday to pledge support for the government of President Ashraf Ghani, with the precarious security in the Afghan capital underlined by a rocket attack on the airport hours after he touched down.
Mattis, NATO chief renew commitment to Afghan conflict
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg renewed their commitment to Afghanistan Wednesday, asterrorists fired rockets that killed one person and wounded four in Kabul.
Rocket attack on Kabul airport disrupts flights
A rocket attack disrupted flights of the international airport in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Wednesday as the US Secretary of Defense arrived in the city, according to the media in Afghanistan.
Iran cruises into futsal final in Ashgabat
Iran showed its attacking prowess as the Asian giant beat Afghanistan 8-2 in the Ashgabat 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games men's futsal semifinal on Sunday.
Afghanistan receives 1st Black Hawk helicopters
The Afghan Air Force took delivery of its first four US-made UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters on Tuesday as part of a planned replacement of its aging fleet of Russian-made Mi-17 helicopters, officials said.

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