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Afghan Police say they haven’t been paid since March

News Analysis | Afghanistan has particularly been a hard terrain for foreign forces as well as for the embryonic Afghan security forces for years. There...

Intriguing media silence over air strike killing Madrassa children in Afghanistan

News Analysis | As par the scanty reports, more than 100 people are reported dead so far after a religious ceremony in a Madrassa in...

Russia to meet ISIS threat from Afghanistan

M K Bhadrakumar | Kulbhushan Jadhav and our “surgical strike 2.0” across the LOC kept the adrenaline flowing in recent days, but it is the regional conference on...

US military targets Taliban by starting new air attack campaign in...

AFP | As the US military opens a new front in its air war in Afghanistan, targeting the Taliban's poppy-processing factories and dropping thousands of...

President Trump and his new Afghan strategy

US Pres­ident Donald Trump has said that he wants to find out why his country has been stuck in Afghanistan for the last 17...

The intelligence top brass warns the US of increasing “Afghan Trouble”

News Analysis | On Thursday, the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence was presented with a comprehensive Worldwide Threat Assessment Report. The Director of National...

The plague of violence against women is on rise in Afghanistan...

An advocacy group, in the Afghan capital Kabul, campaigning for promoting women’s rights in Afghanistan says violence against women is on the rise in...

Afghan Forces, Their Numbers Dwindling Sharply, Face a Resurgent Taliban

KABUL, Afghanistan — Outgunned and surrounded by Taliban fighters in a chronic combat zone of southern Afghanistan, the police officers and soldiers thought they...

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