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Islamic insurgents in Afghanistan have promised to release “hundreds of prisoners” after President Ashraf Ghani announced a long-term ceasefire would take place from Monday.
Gunmen attacked an intelligence training centre in Kabul on Thursday just hours after at least thirty people died in a suicide bombing at an educational centre in the city
Afghan forces fight to drive Taliban out of Ghazni
A suicide bomber killed three NATO service members on a foot patrol in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said, and Taliban militants claimed responsibility.
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Taliban insurgents posed for photos and shared hugs with their opponents during the three-day ceasefire.
US drone strike kills Mullah Fazlullah, who was the leader of the Taliban in Pakistan.
The ceasefire will run for three days over the Eid holiday that marks the end of Ramadan
Truce announcement comes after government said it would also halt its operations
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In conservative Afghan society, women are secondary to men, and female participation in sport — including at female-only fitness clubs — is frowned upon.
Dozens of people have been killed or injured in a blast at an Afghan mosque as people gathered after afternoon prayers.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai left Pakistan for London after a four-day whirlwind visit back to her homeland — her first since militants nearly killed her in 2012 over her blog advocating girls' education.
Youngest-ever Nobel Laureate, Malala Yousafzai, has returned home to the Swat Valley in Pakistan for first time since she was shot there by the Taliban in 2012.
Malala Yousafzai has visited her home town in Pakistan’s Swat Valley for the first time since being shot by the Taliban in 2012.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says sections of Taliban are open to talks with Afghan government during inpromptu trip to the country.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has offered recognition of the Taliban as a legitimate political group
At least four large-scale attacks rocked Afghanistan in January, leaving scores injured, with two in the last week. Experts told Euronews what could have caused this hike in violence.
Taliban and ISIL believed to be competing to lead the fightback against new US offensive, and civilians and the security forces are paying the price.
Explosions were heard in the early hours of Monday morning close to the Marshal Fahim military academy in Kabul. This latest incident comes just two days after a deadly ambulance attack in the city.