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Soviet bombs still killing people in Afghanistan
Gholam Mahaiuddin sighs softly as he thinks of his 14-year-old son, who was killed in the spring by a bomb dropped last century in the hills of Bamiyan Province in central Afghanistan.
Roadside bomb blast kills 10 people in Afghanistan’s Ghazni: Officials
At least ten people, including four women and a child, have lost their lives when a roadside bomb exploded in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Ghazni, officials say.
Endless unwinnable US war in Afghanistan
On Monday, a surprising Washington Post report headlined:
Iran, Afghanistan discuss ties, peace process
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani met Iranian government's special envoy, Ebrahim Taherian, in Kabul on Saturday.
Ex-intelligence analyst criticizes Trump's 'opportunistic' Afghanistan visit
A former US intelligence analyst has described US President Donald Trump's claims regarding a cease-fire deal with the Afghan Taliban as an "absolute photo opportunity."
Iran, Afghanistan’s film ‘Rona, Azim’s Mother’ wins at Mannheim-Heidelberg festival
‘Rona, Azim’s Mother’, a coproduction between Afghanistan and Iran by Tehran-based Afghan brothers Jamshid and Navid Mahmoudi, won an award at the 68th edition of International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg in Germany.
Afghanistan for boosting transit through Chabahar port
Afghanistan plans to increase commodity transit through Iranian Chabahar Port, said Afghanistan Ambassador to Iran Abdul Ghafoor Liwal.
Iran, Afghanistan’s ‘Rona, Azim’s Mother’ wins APSA award
‘Rona, Azim’s Mother’, a coproduction between Afghanistan and Iran by Tehran-based Afghan brothers Jamshid and Navid Mahmoudi, won an award at the 13th edition of Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) in Australia.
Taliban free two Western hostages in Afghanistan
The Taliban have released two Western hostages in southern Afghanistan as part of a swap deal with the Afghan government.
Probe unearths UK 'war crimes' in Iraq, Afghanistan
The British government and UK armed forces have been accused of hiding evidence related to the killing of civilians by British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Over 615 Daesh members surrendered in Afghanistan in two weeks
More than 615 members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group have surrendered to the government forces in Afghanistan in the past two weeks due to a ramp-up in the army’s anti-terror operations in the Asian country, the Afghan military says.
Afghanistan postpones election results once more
Afghanistan has once again postponed announcement of the preliminary results from the presidential election that were due on November 14.
Anti-govt. protesters block Pakistan-Afghanistan highway in campaign to oust PM
Anti-government protesters in Pakistan have blocked a key highway linking the country to Afghanistan, as part of what they called the "second phase" of action aimed at ousting Prime Minister Imran Khan.
At least seven killed in Kabul car bomb blast
At least seven people were killed and 10 wounded, including four foreigners, when a minivan packed with explosives detonated during Kabul's morning rush hour Wednesday, an Interior Ministry spokesman said.
Afghanistan frees three top Taliban militants
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday announced that his administration had released three prominent Taliban members in an effort to get the militants to liberate two university professors — an American and an Australian — they abducted three years ago.

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