Wednesday, September 7, 2016

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Afghan Poppies Pours 1-3 Trillion Dollar in US Economy every year.

Afghanistan: Pamlarena siege ends in Kabul

Aljazeera.com - ‎16 hours ago‎
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for an attack on a building housing an international aid organisation in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, which provoked a deadly firefight with security forces. The siege began late on Monday night with a suicide car ...

Third bomb strikes Kabul, Afghanistan

CNN - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
Taliban fighters waged a civil war against the Russian-backed government, eventually taking control ofAfghanistan in 1996. After Taliban leaders sheltered Osama bin Laden and other al Qaeda terrorists, its government was crushed by a US-led invasion ...

Three bomb blasts hit Kabul, Afghanistan in one day, killing at least 35

Los Angeles Times - ‎Sep 6, 2016‎
Militants set off three bombs in the Afghan capital on Monday and engaged security forces in a gun battle through the night. Twin blasts near the Afghan Defense Ministry killed at least 35 people, including four Afghan soldiers and a deputy brigade ...

Militants Storm Charity Building in Afghan Capital

ABC News - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
An Afghan soldier inspects the site of suicide attack In Kabul near Afghanistan's Defense Ministry, Monday, Sept. 5, 2016. Twin bombings near the Afghan Defense Ministry have killed dozens of people in an attack claimed by the Taliban. (AP Photo/Rahmat ...

Afghan Forces Kill 3 Gunmen in Deadly Siege

Voice of America - ‎Sep 6, 2016‎
President Ashraf Ghani condemned the bloodshed, saying, "The enemies of Afghanistan have lost their ability to fight the security and defense forces of the country and thus attack highways, cities, mosques, schools and common people." For its part, a ...

Afghanistan bomb attacks leave dozens dead and scores injured

The Guardian - ‎Sep 6, 2016‎
“The enemies of Afghanistan have lost their ability to fight the security and defence forces of the country,” President Ashraf Ghani said on Monday, condemning the blasts. “That is why they are attacking highways, cities, mosques, schools and common ...

Pair of bombings in Afghanistan kills at least 24

USA TODAY - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
President Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack in a statement, saying "the enemies of Afghanistan have lost their ability to fight the Security and Defense Forces of the country and thus attack highways, cities, mosques, schools and common people.".

Blasts kill dozens in Afghanistan's capital Kabul

Aljazeera.com - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
"That is why they are attacking, highways, cities, mosques, schools and ordinary people." The latest blasts come more than a week after 16 people were killed when armed fighters stormed the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul, in a nearly 10 ...

Twin bombings near Afghanistan's Defense Ministry kill 24

New York Daily News - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
KABUL, Afghanistan — Twin bombings near the Afghan Defense Ministry have killed at least 24 people, including two security force generals, in an attack claimed by the Taliban. Public Health Ministry spokesman Ismail Kawasi says another 91 people were ...

John Kerry's Visit Gives More Teeth to India in Afghanistan

The Diplomat - ‎47 minutes ago‎
As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visited the Indian capital of New Delhi to spend what became an uncharacteristically long trip, the developments in and around his visit as far as India and Afghanistan are concerned were perhaps the most important ...

Afghanistan in downward spiral

The Express Tribune - ‎16 hours ago‎
The slide towards an uncertain future in Afghanistan has been noted in these columns several times in recent months, but the last week is of particular import given the violence and gravity of events within it. Militarily and in terms of the security ...

Afghanistan may get more arms from India during Ashraf Ghani trip

Economic Times - ‎5 hours ago‎
India appears to have overcome the hurdles to transfer additional military equipment to Afghanistan, which should come in handy for Kabul as it battles increasing attacks by the Taliban. In recent days, the Afghan army chief too paid a quiet visit to ...

After 15 years, war is far from over in Afghanistan

Newsday - ‎Sep 6, 2016‎
Next month marks the 15th anniversary of the beginning of the war in Afghanistan. It has lasted longer than both world wars and the Vietnam War. In fact, it's the longest in U.S. history. A recent trip toAfghanistan on national security issues ...

China condemns terror attacks in Afghanistan

CCTV-America - ‎19 hours ago‎
China on Tuesday condemned the bombing attacks which killed dozens of people in Kabul, capital city ofAfghanistan in the last two days. Hua Chunying, spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry made the remarks at a regular press briefing in Beijing.

US reaffirm strong support to Afghanistan following deadly Kabul attacks

Khaama Press (press release) (blog) - ‎6 hours ago‎
Kabul attack The United States reaffirmed strong support to Afghanistan following deadly attacks in capital Kabul which left scores of people dead or wounded. Deputy spokesperson for the State Department Mark Toner said “First of all, we strongly ...

Taliban claim responsibility for bombing that kills 24, injures 91 in Afghanistan

kfor.com - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
KABUL, Afghanistan — Taliban terrorists claimed responsibility for two bomb blasts Monday near the Afghan Ministry of Defense in Kabul that killed nearly two dozen people. Saleem Rasooli, head of Kabul hospitals, told CNN at least 24 people had been ...

Afghanistan War simmers on

The Japan Times - ‎22 hours ago‎
BERLIN – This month marks the 15th anniversary of the longest war in American history that continues to rage ferociously in Afghanistan, casting a shadow over that country's future and highlighting the failure of U.S. President Barack Obama's strategy ...

Fortress Kabul and Afghanistan's Warlords

The National Interest Online - ‎9 hours ago‎
Afghanistan is once again embattled in another bloody fighting season. Major population centers, to include Kunduz city and Lashkar Gah, are under threat of falling to the Taliban. U.S. and NATO forces continue to brief that Afghanistan still holds the ...

Afghan blasts: Twin Kabul explosions 'kill 24 people'

BBC News - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
President Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack saying it had been carried out by "the enemies ofAfghanistan who have lost their ability to fight the security and defence forces". He said that "the aim of the terrorists is to spread fear". An Italian-run ...

Attacks in Afghan capital kill at least 24

Reuters - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
KABUL A car bomb hit the center of Kabul late on Monday, just hours after a Taliban suicide attack near the Defense Ministry killed at least 24 people including a number of senior security officials, and wounded 91 others, officials said. Gunmen who ...

Taliban claims responsibility for twin bombings in Afghanistan

Christian Science Monitor - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
KABUL, Afghanistan — Twin bombings near the Afghan Defense Ministry have killed at least 24 people in an attack claimed by the Taliban. Public Health Ministry spokesman Ismail Kawasi says another 91 people were wounded in Monday's attack. Army and ...

Afghanistan: 12-hour police siege in Kabul after suicide bombers kill 35

International Business Times UK - ‎Sep 6, 2016‎
Three Taliban gunmen and one civilian have been killed in Kabul in a 12-hour police siege marking the end of a day of carnage in which 35 more people were killed and 103 wounded in twin suicide attacks outside the Afghan Ministry of Defence. Militants ...

Taliban claims Kabul suicide assault near Afghanistan's Ministry of Defense

Long War Journal - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
The Taliban claimed credit for today's suicide assault near the Afghan Ministry of Defense in Kabul that killed more than 20 people, including Army and police officials. The attack is the latest in a string of deadly assaults in the capital city over ...

Afghanistan: The Forgotten War of the US Presidential Campaign

Voice of America - ‎Sep 2, 2016‎
During Barack Obama's first presidential campaign, the then-senator argued that the war in Afghanistanhad been neglected because of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. "And that is why, as president, I will make the fight against al-Qaida and the Taliban the ...

Afghanistan: Suicide blasts kill 24 people in Kabul

The Muslim News - ‎22 hours ago‎
President Ashraf Ghani strongly condemned the attack and blamed the “enemies of Afghanistan” for the incident. “The enemies of Afghanistan are losing the fight in the ground battle with security forces,” Ghani said in a statement. “That is why they are ...

Kabul attacks: Third explosion hits Afghanistan capital hours after twin suicide attack by Taliban kills 24

The Independent - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
Witnesses said they heard gunfire following the blast in Shar-e-Now district of the Afghan capital shortly before 11.15pm local time (7.45pm BST). Afghan television network Tolo News reported that a guest house was under attack following the explosion ...

Afghanistan: 24 killed in dual bombings; Taliban claim responsibility

Q13 FOX - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
Afghan security personnel patrol near burned NATO supply oil tankers following an overnight attack by Taliban militants in the Torkham area, near the Pakistan and Afghan border in the eastern Nangarhar province on September 16, 2014. Taliban fighters ...

Kabul rocked by three bombings

CBS News - ‎Sep 5, 2016‎
KABUL, Afghanistan - Twin bombings near the Afghan Defense Ministry killed at least 24 people on Monday, including two security force generals, in an attack claimed by the Taliban. A third bombing occurred Monday night in a residential area, followed ...

Occupation, corruption source of Afghan militancy: Activist

Press TV - ‎19 hours ago‎
Press TV has conducted an interview with Mohammad Daoud Abedi, chairman of the Afghan Nation Peace Council from Los Angeles, about a new wave of terrorist attacks in Afghanistan. The following is a rough transcription of the interview. Press TV: There ...

Afghanistan: Forces kill 3 militants, end 11-hour-long siege after serial suicide attacks in Kabul

Firstpost - ‎Sep 6, 2016‎
Afghan security forces ended an 11-hour standoff in central Kabul on Tuesday, shooting dead the last of a group of attackers who struck hours after a separate suicide bombing killed and wounded dozens of security personnel and civilians. The bloody ..

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