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Euronews spoke to former Afghan intelligence chief Amrullah Saleh who explained how his country is trapped between three clashing factions because of its geopolitical location
Taliban militants claim to have targeted multiple areas in the Afghan capital, killing at least 16 people.
In Global Conversation, Abdullah Abdullah, second in charge in Afghanistan, discusses mismanagement of foreign aid, democracy and ongoing terrorism.
Fighting continues across Afghanistan’s Helmand province as Taliban forces overrun the town of Sangin. But officials deny that police and government
An attack on the Afghanistan parliament in Kabul has come to an end. Officials say six gunmen were killed and nineteen people wounded. The
Aiming to ensure a ‘lasting’ success in Afghanistan: the words of new US Defence Secretary Ash Carter prior to landing in Kabul on his first official
A man nominated as Afghan agriculture minister is wanted by Interpol for suspected tax evasion
With the Taliban constantly probing for weaknesses in and around the Afghan capital and regaining ground as international military forces leave
The new President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani faces great leadership challenges. The former finance minister who also worked with the World Bank is
In the first round of Afghanistan’s presidential elections (held on April 6), Afghans went to the polls in defiance of threats from the Taliban to