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Turkish Red Crescent helping Afghan migrants returning back to home country
Turkey has been helping Afghan migrants returning back to their country acquire a job or have their own business, as part of a project initiated by the Turkish Red Crescent (‘Kızılay’ in Turkish).
Afghan body invalidates all Kabul votes in October parliamentary election
Afghanistan’s Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) has declared that all votes cast in Kabul Province during the country’s October parliamentary election are invalid.
More than 50 killed by suicide bomber in Afghan capital
A suicide bomber blew himself up in the Afghan capital Kabul on Tuesday, killing more than 50 people, three government officials said.
NATO convoy attacked near US base outside Afghan capital
A bomber has killed two Afghan civilians and wounded at least three foreign troops in an attack near the largest US military base near the Afghan capital, Kabul, local officials say.
More than 8,000 Afghan civilians killed, wounded so far in 2018, UN reports
The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) says at least 8,050 Afghan civilians were killed or wounded in the first nine months of 2018.
Taliban vow to attack Afghan government forces during parliamentary elections
The Taliban militant group has vowed to target Afghan security forces in the upcoming parliamentary elections in the violence-wracked country.
Iraq, Afghan wars caused PTDC to increase among UK soldiers: Study
Higher rates of mental disorders have been reported in British soldiers who were deployed to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a new study has revealed.
Bomb explosions kill 2 Afghan security forces, injure 9, including civilians, in Kabul
At least two Afghan security forces have been killed in two back-to-back bomb explosions in an eastern neighborhood of the capital Kabul, local police say.
Over a dozen killed in suicide attack on Afghan election rally
A suicide attack on a political rally in eastern Afghanistan killed at least 13 people on Tuesday, officials said, as the country braces for an escalation in violence ahead of this month's parliamentary election.
Afghan policeman kills 8 fellow officers, burns their bodies
An Afghan policeman has killed and burned the bodies of eight fellow officers before taking their weapons to join the Taliban militants.
Officials: Afghan forces in control of Ghazni
Afghan officials said security forces were in control of the eastern city of Ghazni on Saturday, more than a day after Taliban terrorists launched a major onslaught on the provincial capital and as reinforcements continued a clearance operation targeting the terrorists.
Iranian, Afghan universities ink MoU to broaden cooperation
Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS) and Afghanistan’s Khatam Al-Nabieen University signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for broadening scientific and academic cooperation.
54 freed in Afghan raid on Taliban prison in Helmand
At least 54 people have been released from a prison run by Taliban in Afghanistan's southern province of Helmand, where militants are in control of the majority of districts.
Afghanistan extends ceasefire with Taliban
Afghanistan government has extended its unilateral ceasefire with the Taliban following an initial truce observed by both sides over the Eid festival period.

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