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Report: US losing ground to militants in Afghanistan despite long occupation
Over 17 years into the longest war in America's history, the US administration's own investigators shed new light on Washington's failures in the invasion of Afghanistan, where, they say, the government has lost about half of the country's soil to militants and failed to choke off their primary funding source -- the narcotics smuggling.
Official underlines importance of Chabahar for Afghanistan
A high-ranking official at Afghanistan's Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation said Tehran-Kabul cooperation in Iran's Chabahar port is beneficial to the south Asian state.
Suicide bomber targets US forces in Afghan city: report
A caravan comprising US forces was targeted Wednesday night by a suicide bomber in the northern Afghan city of Bagram where the US military base is located, Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) reported on Thursday.
Bombing kills Afghan parliamentary candidate
A bombing by Taliban terrorist group in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand Province killed a candidate running in the parliamentary elections, a provincial official said, as attacks elsewhere in the country killed six policemen and two soldiers.
Taliban attacks in Afghanistan kill at least 22 security forces
Taliban terrorists killed at least 22 security forces, including a district police chief, in separate attacks on security checkpoints in two Afghan provinces, officials said on Sunday, ahead of parliamentary elections.
Iran warns against relocation of terrorist groups to Afghanistan, Central Asia
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Morteza Sarmadi warned against the relocation of terrorist groups to Afghanistan and Central Asia after their defeats in Iraq and Syria.
14 killed in bombing at Afghan election rally
A motorcycle rigged with explosives detonated at an election rally in northeastern Afghanistan on Saturday killing at least 14 people, including civilians and security forces, officials said.
'Rona, Azim's Mother' wins Kim Jiseok Award at BIFF
A joint Iran-Afghanistan feature movie 'Rona, Azim's Mother', directed by Jamshid Mahmoudi, won the Kim Jiseok Award at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival.
UN: No military solution for Afghanistan war
More than 8,000 Afghan civilian casualties so far this year
Suicide bomber kills candidate, seven others in upcoming polls
A suicide bomber on Tuesday struck the home of a candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary elections later this month, killing the candidate and seven other people, a provincial official said.
Taliban kill at least 10 police in central Afghanistan clashes
At least 10 policemen were killed in clashes with the Taliban in the central Afghan province of Wardak, officials said on Sunday, amid fighting to wrest control of arterial highways a day after the militant group blew up bridges.
Taliban launch assault in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province
The Taliban have destroyed a number of bridges and have set up checkpoints in Ghazni province in a bid to gain control over a vital highway linking Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul to the southern areas of the country.
ACCI seeks more benefits from Chabahar port
Officials from Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) said the country needs Chabahar port to increase trade and transit ties with India and that more privileges should be given to Afghanistan in this respect.
Afghanistan arrests over two dozen Daesh terrorists ahead of Ashura
Afghanistan’s main intelligence agency says its officers have detained at least 26 Daesh Takfiri terrorists who were planning attacks on mourning processions held by Shia Muslims during the upcoming event of Ashura.
Afghanistan rejects ban on imports from Iran
An Afghan official dismissed on Sunday some recent reports that Afghanistan has prohibited imports from Iran.

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