Taliban praises Afghanistan’s first supercar

The Kabul-designed Mada-9 draws its power from a humble Toyota Corolla engine

Taliban government signs oil deal with Chinese firm

The Taliban government of Afghanistan has signed an oil extraction deal with a Chinese company, Bloomberg reported on Friday.

Taliban hits out at Prince Harry over claims of killing 25 Afghans

Following his confessions, Senior Taliban official Anas Haqqani has released his statements. “Mr. Harry! The ones you killed were not chess pieces, they were humans," says Anas Haqqani in his tweet.

Afghan academic vows to fight Taliban

An Afghan academic who caused a storm by quitting and tearing up his degree certificates on live television to protest the ban on women in universities has vowed to fight the order "even if it costs my life".

United Nations won’t halt aid to Afghanistan

The United Nations said Thursday it would not stop providing help to Afghanistan despite the Taliban ban on women working in the country's aid sector.

Unknown disease kills 2 children in Afghanistan

An unknown pathogen has infected more than 80 people and killed two children in Afghanistan's Zabul province, Taliban authorities said.

UN chiefs urges Taliban to prevent terrorism against Pakistan

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, on Monday, called on Afghan Taliban to prevent terrorist organizations from attacking Pakistan or any other neighbouring country from the Afghan territory.

Pakistan reserves right for cross-border action against TTP: Bilawal

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto, addressing the UN on Friday said that Pakistan would not tolerate cross-border terrorism by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) or other terrorist groups and that the country reserved the right to take direct action against them.

Six million face starvation in Afghanistan: UN

Two-thirds of entire population of Afghanistan will need humanitarian assistance next year, according to United Nations.

Government to reevaluate strategy after TTP ends ceasefire

TTP, which violated the June ceasefire, will be subjected to a new set of policies by the government of Pakistan.

Pakistan reopens Chaman border crossing

Unrest between security forces last week forced Pakistan to close a significant Afghan border crossing, which is now reopened for trade and transportation.

Pakistan and Afghanistan are inextricably bound by the bond of culture: Ambassador Aamir Khan

Ambassador Muhammad Aamir Khan, Acting Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations, delivered statement on behalf of Pakistan at the General Assembly Plenary Session on the Situation in Afghanistan.