“Al Qaeda’s core is in Afghanistan”, says Prof. Rohan Gunaratna, the Sri Lanka-born Al Qaeda expert who authored "Inside al Qaeda; Global Network of Terror" (Columbia University Press, New York)
Unending war, terrorism, food shortages and now the coronavirus have combined to torment Afghanistan .
The Kabul regime doesn’t want to be taken for granted but that irks the Taliban and the US
Aslam Farooqi is leader of ISIA (Khorasan) which has attacked Pakistani and US targets
Parties to the conflict are torn between old fears and a new desire for peace.
The attack ended after nearly six hours.Afghan Special forces and foreign troops were involved
Clashing agendas and the Taliban's bid for monopolistic power delay Afghan peace
Kabul, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Afghanistan’s minister of public health said on Monday the country had identified its first case of coronavirus. Ferozuddin Feroz, the minister of public health, told a press conference in Kabul one of three suspected cases had been confirmed in the Western province of Herat. He announced a state of emergency in the province, which borders...
Kabul, Feb 11 (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed five people near a military academy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Tuesday, the interior ministry said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack near the entrance to the government-run defense university, the Marshal Fahim Military Academy, at the beginning of the morning rush hour. “Five including three...
South Asia is heavily dependent on the Middle East for oil and workers' remittances