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Afghanistan embassy spreads culture through artefacts
Artworks of Afghani artists were showcased at an exhibition held at the Embassy of Afghanistan in New Delhi.
India: US sanctions on Iran threaten vital Afghanistan trade project
US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear accord and re-impose sanctions on Tehran threatens to derail a project to help build Afghanistan's economy.
India says Iran sanctions threaten Afghan corridor
Concerns are rising in New Delhi that US President Donald Trump’s efforts to re-instate sanctions against Iran would jeopardize an ambitious multinational connectivity project involving India, Iran and Afghanistan.
Taliban forced to retreat from western Afghan city
Afghan commandos and US air attacks drove the Taliban to the outskirts of Farah city, officials said Wednesday, after a daylong battle to prevent the terrorists from seizing the western provincial capital.
Afghanistan launches airstrikes as Taliban attack western city
Afghan and US aircraft Tuesday bombed Taliban positions in the western city of Farah after the militants launched a major attempt to capture the provincial capital, with fearful residents seeking shelter from explosions and gunfire.
Taliban attempt to take Afghan city, held back by government forces in ongoing clashes
Taliban militants in Afghanistan have attacked the capital city of western Farah Province in an attempt to capture the city but have not been able to advance much amid ongoing resistance by Afghan forces.
Top Commander: Iran stands by Afghanistan in fighting occupiers
Iran has always been stood by the Afghan people in the fight against occupiers, the chief of staff of the Iranian Armed Forces said.
Afghanistan's poverty rate rises as economy suffers
Afghanistan’s poverty rate has worsened sharply over the past five years as the economy has stalled and the Taliban insurgency has spread, with more than half the population living on less than a dollar a day, a survey published on Monday showed.
Afghanistan’s poverty rate rises as economy suffers
Afghanistan's poverty rate has worsened sharply over the past five years as the economy has stalled and the Taliban insurgency has spread, with more than half the population living on less than a dollar a day, a survey published on Monday showed.
Suicide bomber killed in Kabul before reaching target
Police in the Afghan capital city of Kabul on Monday identified and gunned down a suicide bomber and detonated his explosives, stopping him from reaching his target.
Dozens of casualties in blast at Afghan voter registration center
A blast at a voter registration center in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday killed or wounded at least 30 people, officials said, capping a bloody week in the war-torn country.
Zarif: Afghanistan  pledges to supply Iran’s water share
Afghanistan has promised to provide Iran with the share of water from the Hirmand River and has also pledged to supply the water for Hamoun wetlands, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said at a parliamentary session on Sunday.
Taliban seize Kohistan district in northern Afghanistan
Taliban have seized a district in a remote area of northern Afghanistan following several days of fierce fighting in the wake of the group's annual spring offensive that began last month.
Iran ready to swap Turkmenistan gas destined for Pakistan
Iran has announced readiness to swap Turkmenistan gas destined for Pakistan, the deputy petroleum minister said.
Iran wants other Asian countries to join anti-terror campaign
Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani on Thursday accused the United States of trying to shift terrorism from Syria and Iraq to Afghanistan and said Iran wants influential Asian countries to join the anti-terror campaign.

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