Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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Two blasts target a telecom sales center in the Afghan capital

Two explosions targeted a sales center of a telecommunications company in the Afghan capital of Kabul, where the first explosion occurred in Isa Awal Park in Khair Khana. The second explosion occurred moments after security forces arrived in the area,...

Kabul: At least 30 killed and 45 wounded in twin blasts, Taliban claimed responsibility

At least 30 killed and 45 others wounded in a twin blasts rocked Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, the Taliban claimed responsibility for two explosions in Afghanistan on Tuesday, saying they had killed dozens. A spokesman for the Taliban movement said...

US envoy Khalilzad visits Afghanistan to resume peace talks

US special envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad will travel to Afghanistan on Tuesday to resume peace talks with the Taliban and the Afghan government on the peace process, the State Department said. "In Kabul, he will consult with the leadership...

8 dead, 33 injured after a bomb explode outside Kabul University

At least eight people were killed and 33 others injured after a bomb exploded outside the gate of the University of Kabul, Saturday. It is understood that an explosion occurred while students and lawyers were waiting to sit for the...

Afghan media: Taliban agreed to a political plan

Taliban have agreed to a political plan of action to end the nearly 18-year conflict in Afghanistan. As reported by the Afghan television station "Tolo News" on Tuesday, the Taliban delegates from the capital Kabul approved a similar agreement...

US-Taliban holds seventh talks in Qatar

United States and the Taliban started new talks in Doha on Sunday, when Washington tried to find success ahead of Afghanistan's presidential election in September, the spokesman said, The official spokesperson for Taliban, Zabihullah Mujaheed via Twitter, said the seventh...
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I wish Pence had the courage to reject the election result: Donald Trump

Former US President Donald Trump has targeted his former vice president, Mike Pence, for not having "the courage to...
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