Pakistan has dug a 235 km lengthy trench along Durand Line near Afghan border, a Pakistani paper reported Saturday, a move that is expected to further anger Afghan government as it don’t recognized the line as separating.
Taliban gunmen have abducted a district governor in eastern Paktia province, local officials said on Saturday.
President Hamid Karzai will not reside in building constructed for him near presidential palace as he inaugurated it as a guest house of the palace on Thursday.
An explosion injured provincial chief of Hajj and Religious Affairs Directorate in eastern Uruzgan province, some five days after his counterpart for Ghazni was found dead after days in abduction.
Police have seized a vehicle loaded with explosives and ready for immediate use in northern Takhar province, local officials said on Thursday.
An Afghan woman was wounded overnight in recent cross-border shelling by Pakistnani military forces in eastern Kunar province, Afghan officials said.
Afghanistan hoisted its largest, monumental national flag dedicated by flag foundation of India as its foreign minister was on a tour to the country on Wednesday.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday met India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, who is on a visit to Kabul for strengthening strategic ties.
The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon on Tursday urged Afghan Presidential candidates to put aside differences and join hands in forming a national unity government.
A NATO airstrike targeting insurgents in Afghanistan’s east killed 14 people mostly civilians, Afghan officials said on Wednesday.