Since US President Joe Biden announced on May 1 the withdrawal of its troops, the Taliban has captured more than 150 districts, including the northern parts of the country, which was considered as a stronghold of democratically elected and US-supported Afghanistan government,
While publicly espousing peace and arguing “no military solution was possible in Afghanistan,” Pakistan has covertly marshalled proxy forces for the all-out offensive now under way. In other words, Pakistan has abused the trust of the whole world … writes Chris Alexander,
Civilian casualties have increased 47 per cent in the last six months, the UN said in a report Resulting from a spike in violence in May that corresponded with the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan, the civilian casualties reported in the
Report says militant outfit operates under Taliban protection from Kandahar, Helmand and Nimruz provinces Al Qaeda is present in at least 15 Afghan provinces, primarily in the eastern, southern and southeastern regions, says a United Nations report prepared for the Security Council.
A resident of Delhi, Siddiqui was on a reporting assignment with the Afghan security forces when he was killed….reports Asian Lite News Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer Prize winner, was killed in Afghanistan while on a reporting assignment, Afghan ambassador Farid
Suhail Shaheen told NHK in an interview that the Taliban have been continuing negotiations with US officials behind the scenes….reports Asian Lite News As the deadline of the US drawdown from Afghanistan draws near, a senior member of the Taliban has stressed