Kabul. The world’s most unstable country in the spotlight again as the infamous Afghanistan these days. This time the headlines in Afghanistan, a terrorist event, but the year 2010 the famous “Aisha Mohammdji” case.
"No one wants to admit the surge didn’t work here. No one wants to admit it’s getting worse…"
A Taliban car bomber struck a NATO convoy in the Afghan capital on Saturday, killing at least 17 people, including 13 Americans, in one of the deadliest attacks to hit foreign forces in more than a decade of war.
Part of the U.S. Embassy Annex in Kabul was attacked Monday morning, announced a U.S. official and one of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), according to CNN.
Omed Khpulwak Ahmed, who was killed in a militant attack in Afghanistan province of Uruzgan, has worked for the BBC Pashto service provider. His colleagues and former Director, BBC World Service Office in Kabul editor Dawood Azami, I knew him for almost three years, and remembers a man who was full of life.
THE daring militant attack on the Kabul Intercontinental on Tuesday coincided with utterances by `allied` diplomats and generals in a way that served to highlight the contrast between rhetoric and reality. Located in the heart of the Afghan capital, the five-star hotel is perched on a hill and has several layers of security.
20 people died Saturday in a suicide car bomb attack on a hospital committed in the province of Logar, south of Kabul, the Afghan Ministry of Health announced.
Prince Harry is to return to Afganistan. Patriotic, or just plain stupid, as his presence evokes conspiracy theroies on the war on terror.
More than 1,700 former Taliban fighters lay down their arms and joined the reintegration program started by the government of Afghanistan almost a year ago, NATO generals in charge of the program said on Thursday (19 / 5).