Kabul: A magnetic bomb blast in  Kampani area of Afghanistan's Kabul city left at least five people injured, media reports said. more
Afghanistan: Taliban announces Eid ceasefire

Kabul: The Taliban has announced a ceasefire with the Afghanistan forces during the Eid festival in the country.

As Security Council imposes sanctions on six human traffickers in Libya, UN chief calls for more accountability

New York: The United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, has called for more accountability for human traffickers in Libya, after the UN Security Council on Thursday added ...

250,000 people ‘may lose everything - even their lives’ in assault on key Yemeni port city: UN humanitarian coordinator

New York: Any attack on the key port city of Hodeidah in Yemen “will impact hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians” and would entail around 250,000 civilians losing every ...

Hunger surges amid deadly conflicts, poor weather conditions in many countries – UN agriculture agency

New York: Despite ample food supplies, persistent conflicts and adverse climate shocks are taking a toll on global food security, according to a new report launched on Thursday by the Uni ...

Policeman killed in Quetta attack

Islamabad: Unknown men attacked a police vehicle in Pakistan's Quetta region, leaving at least one policeman martyred, media reports said on Thursday.

Bomb attack on voter registration centre kills 2 in Afghanistan

Kabul: A bomb attack on a voter registration centre in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan on Wednesday killed at least two people on Wednesday, media reports said.

IS claims responsibility for suicide attack in Kabul

Kabul: Terrorist group Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the suicide attack in Afghanistan capital Kabul on Monday, media reports said on Tuesday.

Guatemala volcanic eruption: Death toll touches 62

Guatemala City: the death toll due to the Fuego volcano eruption in Guatemala has touched 62, media reports said on Tuesday.

Suicide attack on clerics in Afghanistan condemned by UN

New York: United Nations chief António Guterres has condemned Monday’s suicide attack in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, that reportedly killed at least seven religious s ...