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Turkey and Russia have closed their consulates in the northern Afghanistan city of Mazar-e-Sharif amid Taliban victories nearby.
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Afghanistan: Taliban captures territory as NATO withdrawal continues
The Taliban has captured more territory in Afghanistan in recent days from fleeing Afghan forces, as NATO troops continue to pull out of the country.
Last German, Italian troops leave Afghanistan after nearly 20 years
Germany's last troops left Afghanistan on Tuesday after almost 20 years deployed in the country.
Taliban take key Afghan district, adding to string of gains
Taliban fighters took control of a key district in Afghanistan's northern Kunduz province on Monday.
NATO must confront China, but Russia remains top threat - US official
At least 11 killed in roadside bombing in northwest Afghanistan
UK to speed up relocation of Afghans who worked with British troops
"As we withdraw our Armed Forces, it is only right we accelerate the relocation of those who may be at risk of reprisals," Britain's Defense Minister Ben Wallace said on Monday.
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Twenty-one killed in Afghanistan suicide truck bombing
At least 21 people died and as many as 90 people were injured after a suicide truck bombing in Afghanistan on Friday.
Talks underway over early Afghanistan withdrawal, says Germany
‘Time to end forever war’: US troops to be withdrawn from Afghanistan
Paris honours assassinated Afghan rebel leader
Paris has honoured Ahmad Shah Massoud with a plaque that recognises him as a hero of Afghanistan.
US tells NATO allies it wants to 'revitalise the alliance'
Europe's week: Vaccine boost and Afghanistan decision delayed
There was some relief for the EU this week both on vaccines and defence.
NATO to increase training in Iraq but delays decision on Afghanistan
With a May 1st deadline looming, defence ministers from the NATO military alliance have chosen to delay a decision on whether to withdraw forces from Afghanistan.
NATO to discuss deadline for full troop withdrawal from Afghanistan
European Green Deal set to transform economy in face of climate threat
Stowaway's body found in plane's landing gear at Paris airport
Air France expressed its "deepest sympathy and compassion at this human tragedy."
Trump reveals Taliban talks in surprise Thanksgiving Afghanistan trip
Trump met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and addressed U.S. troops, telling them that America was “substantially” reducing its military presence in the country.
Far-right terrorism on the rise, bucking global terror trends
Why are Iranians claiming asylum in Afghanistan?
After decades of conflict and instability, around 2.5 million Afghans have sought asylum overseas, many of them in Europe. But the war torn country is also a destination for refugees fleeing neighbouring states, including Pakistan and Iran.
Afghan election sees big drop in voter numbers — estimate
Afghanistan's presidential election turnout is unofficially estimated at 20 percent amid fears the Taliban kept many away from polling stations.
Troops protect people in Afghan climate protest