|12 Pakistani Taliban Killed in Kandahar|
Saturday, 07.13.2013, 06:18pm
– During an engagement between Afghan Border Police and a group of Pakistani
Taliban in Ishenna Neri of Arghistan, 12 Pakistani Taliban were killed in
|US considers PML-N govt good for Afghan peace|
Saturday, 07.13.2013, 05:52pm
The new government in Pakistan with
a clear majority in parliament also presents an opportunity for promoting the
Afghan peace process, a senior US official said on Thursday.James Dobbins, US special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, also told a
Senate hearing that the United States would reach an agreement with Afghanistan
for keeping some American troops ....
|Afghanistan inks 30-years gas supply contract with Turkmenistan|
Saturday, 07.13.2013, 05:47pm
Afghanistan and Turkmenistan signed the
Contract on Sales and Purchase of gas under the
Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline project
which will have a duration of 30 years.The Foreign Affairs Ministry of
Afghanistan following a statement on Saturday announced that the
contract was signed on the sidelines of the “The 17th Steering Committee
Meeting on Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-....
|Turkmenistan starts construction of railroad to Afghan borders|
Wednesday, 06.05.2013, 11:55am
A ceremony for laying the Atamyrat-Ymamnazar-Akina section within the
Turkmenistan-Afghanistan -Tajikistan international railway project was
held in the Lebap region of Turkmenistan with participation of the
Presidents of the three countries - Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and
Tajikistan - Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, Hamid Karzai and Emomoli Rahmon...
|Relatives of murdered Afghans demand death for American sergeant|
Sunday, 06.02.2013, 06:18pm
Relatives of 16 Afghan civilians killed by a US soldier during a midnight rampage through two villages have expressed fury over a plea bargain that could see the perpetrator escape execution in return for confessing to the murders. They have called on US military prosecutors handling the trial of Staff Sergeant Robert Bales to imagine loosing their own loved ones to a gunman bent on murder and deaf to pleas of mercy.
|Disabled Afghans protest against Red Cross attack|
Sunday, 06.02.2013, 05:23pm
JALALABAD, Afghanistan (AFP) - Scores of disabled people, several of them amputees, gathered outside a Red Cross office in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday to protest against militants who attacked the building four days ago.