Thursday, 23rd March 2023
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12 Dec 2020
A series of rockets struck Kabul on Saturday, killing one person and wounding two, officials said, the second such attack to rock the Afghan capital in less than a month. Violence has surged across Afghanistan in recent months, with several deadly attacks carried out in Kabul, despite the Taliban and the government engaging in peace…
21 Nov 2020
At least three people were killed Saturday when a barrage of rockets struck densely populated parts of Kabul, officials said, marking the latest attack in an ongoing wave of violence
19 Aug 2020
A rocket attack that struck Kabul this week as the city marked Afghanistan's independence day killed at least three people, including two members of President Ashraf Ghani's honour guard, officials said Wednesday.
26 Jul 2020
The Taliban accused Afghan security forces Sunday of re-arresting insurgents who had been released as part of a crucial prisoner...
27 Jun 2020
Two employees of Afghanistan's human rights body were killed in a bomb attack in Kabul on Saturday, the agency said. The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission said the pair died
18 May 2020
The Taliban claimed a deadly attack on an Afghan intelligence agency post Monday...
15 May 2020
A baby that was shot twice during an attack on a maternity hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan that left 24 people dead has survived. The newborn baby, who was born just three hours before the attack, was shot twice in the leg. On Tuesday, 12 May 2020, three gunmen, suspected to be members of terror group…
11 May 2020
Four roadside bombs detonated in less than 90 minutes Monday in a northern district of Afghanistan's capital, wounding four civilians including a child, police said.
29 Apr 2020
A suicide bomber killed at least three people and wounded 15 others after detonating explosives near a military outpost in Kabul on Wednesday, an official confirmed, in the first attack to rock the Afghan capital in weeks.
9 Apr 2020
The Afghan government said it would release another 100 Taliban inmates Thursday, even though the insurgents have walked out of talks over a comprehensive prisoner swap and dismissed Kabul's piecemeal freeing of captives as "unacceptable".
23 Mar 2020
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in the Afghan capital Monday amid an ongoing political crisis, a raging Taliban insurgency and rising coronavirus cases -- all of which further threaten an already-floundering peace process.
13 Nov 2019
At least seven people were killed and seven wounded when a car bomb detonated during Kabul's busy morning rush hour Wednesday, an interior ministry spokesman said.


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