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Afghan official says Taliban attacks have killed three soldiers
An Afghan official said Taliban insurgents have targeted military checkpoints in eastern Ghazni province in two separate attacks, killing three Afghan soldiers.
Iran, Afghanistan traders discuss expansion of trade exchanges
A number of traders from Iran and Afghanistan in a meeting in Northwestern Afghanistan discussed ways to boost their trade exchanges.
Iran, Afghan traders discuss ties
Economic practitioners of Iran and Afghanistan held a meeting in Islam Qala Customs Department, northwestern Afghanistan to review ways of increasing bilateral trade.
Uzbekistan, Afghanistan sign rail deal with eyes on Iran
Afghanistan and Uzbekistan signed an agreement to extend a railway between the two countries which could give Uzbekistan a strategic access to the Persian Gulf through Iran.
Taliban's senior commander killed in Afghanistan
One of the top commanders of the Taliban terrorist group was killed in the fight with Afghanistan's security forces in the country's north.
Iran, Pakistan must cooperate with each other for peace in Afghanistan: Pak ex-envoy
Former Pakistan’s ambassador to Afghanistan strongly believes that Iran and Pakistan must cooperate with each other to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan executes five members of group behind kidnappings
An Afghan official said authorities have executed five members of a criminal group behind several kidnappings and murder in the western province of Herat.
FAO for stronger ties on animal diseases
Chief Veterinary Officers and experts from the Governments of Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan and Tajikistan sat around a table in Tehran to form the first Quadrilateral collaboration meeting for addressing Transboundary Animal Diseases and strengthen harmonized actions on this issue.
Over 1,000 US troops to patrol with Afghans in 2018: US general
A top US military commander in Afghanistan has announced an increase in the number of forces patrolling with Afghan counterparts next year.
EXCLUSIVE: Karzai Says 'Afghanistan Can't Build Relations Based on US Interests'
In an exclusive interview with Sputnik, former IRA President Hamid Karzai commented on the current situation in Afghanistan, criticized the new strategy of the US and spoke about the difference between the Taliban and Daesh, as well as ways to resolve the military conflict in the country and the role of Russia in the Afghan settlement process.
At least 8 killed in suicide attack in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack in Nangarhar province but the Taliban are active in the region
Iran: US war failed to end violence in Afghanistan
Iran’s ambassador to the UN said more than a decade on, the US’s so-called war on terror has failed to uproot violence and extremism in Afghanistan and the entire world, calling on the international community to help the Kabul government with its fight against terrorism.
ICC to probe CIA black sites, Taliban crimes in Afghanistan
The International Criminal Court (ICC) plans to begin a probe into war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan by US-led forces, the Taliban militants, and the Afghan security apparatus.
Iran ready to cooperate with UN on Afghanistan: Zarif
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic is prepared to cooperate with the United Nations and all its affiliated bodies to promote stability in Afghanistan.
US invaded Afghanistan largely to restore heroin industry: Scholar
The United States invaded Afghanistan largely to restore the heroin industry and it is now making about $1.5 trillion every year from this business, according to Dr. Kevin Barrett, an American academic and political analyst.

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