Clash leaves 18 militants dead in N. Afghanistan Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. KUNDUZ, Afghanistan, May 15 (Xinhua) -- Eighteen militants were killed as clash erupted in Kudnuz province on Friday, provincial police chief Abdul Sabour Nasrati ... Namibia Press Agency, 1 week ago
The death toll climbed to 14 in a Taliban attack that targeted an area of Afghanistan's capital popular with foreigners. The United Nations Assistance Mission, which announced the higher death toll in a statement on Thursday, didn't break down ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago
(Bloomberg) -- A suicide bomber killed 33 Afghan civilians and wounded more than a hundred outside a bank on Saturday in the deadliest attack this year in Afghanistan. The bomber detonated his vest outside New Kabul Bank in Jalalabad in Nangarhar ...Washington Post, 1 month ago
Militants linked to Islamic State said they are responsible for a bombing in Jalalabad, the first attack by the group in Afghanistan. The group claimed responsibility for the explosion that killed at least 33 people and injured more than 100 ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago Islamic State Militants Claim First Bombing in Afghanistan Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago
Mullah Mohammad Omar has never welcomed the public spotlight, preferring to strategize from the shadows both as a guerrilla fighter against the Soviets and as Afghanistan's ruler before the U.S. invasion in 2001. So it was unusual when the ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago One-eyed chief Mullah Omar deployed to keep Taliban followers loyal Melbourne Age, 1 month ago Taliban deploys one-eyed chief to keep followers loyal Canberra Times, 1 month ago
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