Afghan police said a truck has exploded on the outskirts of Kabul and the country's acting interior minister said at least two people were wounded in the blast. The head of Kabul police criminal investigation division Farid Afzeli said on January ... Radio Free Europe, 11 hours ago
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The delegation will hold talks with Pakistan's military leadership on border security related issues.
An eight-member Afghan military delegation led by Commander Afghan Border Police, Lt. General Shafiq Fazli arrived in Islamabad today on a five-day visit. The delegation will hold meetings with senior Army officials on border securityRadio Pakistan, 9 hours ago Afghan Border Police delegation visits Pakistan The Express Tribune, 9 hours ago Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nato to improve coordination against terrorists The Express Tribune, 1 day ago Afghan Border Police delegation arrives on 5-day visit SAMAA TV, 6 hours ago
An Afghan policeman stands guard following a suicide car bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, Jan. 25, 2015. One attacker was killed and two civilians were wounded after a suicide truck bomb rocked Afghan capital of Kabul early Sunday morning, police ...Xinhua News Agency, 11 hours ago At least one killed, six injured in Afghan suicide bomb attack in Kabul Sify, 2 months ago
Casualties feared as a blast targeted police van in Jalalabad city, the capital of the eastern Nangarhar province on Saturday, police said. 0 Share to Related Articles: Suicide car bomb kills 3, wounds 18 in S. Afghanistan [ 2015-01-23 ] ...China Economic Net, 22 hours ago Casualties feared as roadside bomb hits police van in E. Afghanistan China Economic Net, 6 days ago
Three police and two armed insurgents were killed as clash erupted in Qala-e-Zal district of Kunduz province with Kunduz city as its capital, 250 km north of Kabul on Sunday, district police chief Abdul Manan said. "A number of armed Taliban ...China.org.cn, 12 hours ago XINHUA - Clash leaves 3 Afghan police, 2 insurgents dead Namibia Press Agency, 11 hours ago Clashes still in progress in Khanabad Frontier Post, 6 days ago Insecurity displaces hundreds of Kunduz families RAWA, 1 week ago
F.P. Report PESHAWAR: City Police claimed to have arrested 500 suspects, including Afghan Nationals on Friday during a joint search operation in surrounding areas of Bacha Khan International Airport. Sources said that Intelligence Agencies issued ...Frontier Post, 5 days ago Police arrest 57 suspects in capital The Nation Pakistan, 1 day ago 60 held as police comb capital The Nation Pakistan, 2 days ago 67 suspects arrested during search operation Online News Pakistan, 1 day ago
By U.S. Army Capt. Matthew Kukta, 3rd Cavalry Regiment PAO NANGARHAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan Afghan Border Police Zone 301 hosted a women's conference Jan. 13, 2015, to discuss the integration of women into the Afghan National Police. Lt. Gen.DVIDS, 5 days ago Terrorist Detained in Nangarhar Bakhtar News Agency, 2 days ago Afghan Troops Kill 18 Taliban Insurgents in Mass Anti-Terrorism Operations RIA Novosti, 1 day ago ABP Assures Protection of Borders Despite Inadequate Resources Tolo News, 5 days ago
Posted by: in Peshawar 8 hours ago 0 4 Views F.P. Report PESHAWAR : The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police in the ongoing search and strike operation though out the province against criminals and anti-social elements has rounded 236 suspects and ...Frontier Post, 1 day ago 1,868 illegal Afghans, 550 suspects held The Nation Pakistan, 2 days ago
Gunmen shot dead the police chief of Sangcharak district in the northern Afghanistan province of Saripul Saturday, provincial Governor Abdul Jabbar Haqben said."A group of armed men opened fire and killed Hakim Beg, the police chief of Sangcharak district, at ...Prokerala, 2 weeks ago Governor among four officials sacked Frontier Post, 5 days ago 33 security officials appointed Frontier Post, 1 day ago
Farid Shinwari PESHAWAR: Pak-Afghan Peoples Forum (PAPF) Pakistan chapter on Friday asked government to ensure protection of Afghans residing in Pakistan from police highhandedness and demanded stern action against those involved in terror related ...Frontier Post, 1 day ago
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