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NATO: Two US service members killed in Afghanistan
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has confirmed the death of two US service members in Afghanistan.
Tehran, Kabul sign MoU to increase cooperation on electricity
Iran will increase its cooperation on repairing the electricity grid and upgrading power transmission equipment of Afghanistan, according to a recent memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by the officials of the two neighboring counties in Kabul.
Taliban bomb attack kills 14, wounds 145
A Taliban car bomb targeting Afghan security forces ripped through a busy Kabul neighborhood on Wednesday, killing 14 people and wounding 145 — most of them women, children and other civilians — shortly after the terrorist group and the United States reported progress on negotiating an end to Afghanistan's nearly 18-year war.
Taliban threaten Afghan presidential elections
The Taliban warned Afghans Tuesday to keep away from election rallies and ordered its members to "stand against" the planned September vote.
Iran’s FM meets Afghan parliamentary delegation in Tehran
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif hosted a high-ranking Afghan parliamentary delegation on Sunday.
Civilian casualties in Afghan war jump in July
Fresh round of US, Taliban talks begins in Doha
Civilian casualty rates across Afghanistan jumped back to record levels last month, following a dip earlier in the year, the UN said Saturday.
Afghanistan to host Exhibition of Iranian Products
Exhibition of Iranian Products will be held in Mazar Sharif, Afghanistan, head of South Khorasan Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture Mohsen Ehtesham said on Wednesday.
Official: Afghanistan keen on development of Chabahar port
Afghanistan’s Customs Chief Ahmad Rashad Popal said on Wednesday that Afghanistan was keen on the development of Iran’s Chabahar port.
Dozens killed in Afghanistan highway blast
A roadside bomb in Afghanistan on Wednesday killed at least 35 people traveling on a bus, including children, and injured 27, officials said.
Afghan presidential elections campaign kicks off
Afghanistan is getting ready to hold the fourth presidential elections since the ouster of the Taliban back in 2001.
Taliban vow not to allow future Afghanistan to become terrorists’ hotbed: US envoy
US special envoy to “peace talks” with Afghan Taliban militants says they have vowed not to let future Afghanistan be turned into terrorists' hotbed, an ostensibly awkward pledge from a group whose terror attacks ceaselessly kill both civilians and government troops across the militant-infested country.
Pieces of Buddhist manuscript discovered in Afghanistan
Pieces of Buddhist manuscript written in Sanskrit on tree bark were discovered on a hillside a few years ago in Mes Aynak—Afghanistan's largest copper deposit located in southeast of Kabul in a barren region of Logar Province—by the Afghan Institute of Archaeology.
At least three killed in Taliban attack on police base
At least three police officers were killed and a dozen more wounded Saturday when a Taliban suicide bomber drove an explosives-packed, US-made armored vehicle into a compound in eastern Afghanistan, officials said.

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