Kabul: At least 11 people, including Taliban insurgents and security members, were killed as the two groups engaged in Kunduz, for the first time since ending the Eid ceasefire.
Kabul: It appears that the widely cheered ceasefire between Taliban and Afghanistan security forces is over.
Kabul: At least 22 armed militants affiliated with the Taliban have been killed in anti-terrorism operations conducted by security forces in Afghanistan, reports said.
Kabul: At least six Taliban militants have been killed in airstrikes conducted by foreign forces in Afghanistan's Paktia province, local media reports stated on Monday.
Kabul: At least one police officer has been killed in an attack launched by the Taliban militants in Afghanistan's Paktia province, local reports said.
Kabul: A Taliban military chief has been gunned down in an airstrike conducted by Afghan forces in the country's Nangarhar province, reports said on Saturday.
Kabul: At least 11 Taliban militants were gunned down in an anti-terrorism offensive by Afghanistan's special forces, reports said.
Kabul: At least 22 policemen have been killed in clashes between militants affiliated with the Taliban group and Afghanistan's security forces in the country's Ghazni province, re ...
Kabul: Over 300 people, including militants, security forces and civilians, have been killed in clashes in Afghanistan's Farah province.
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