Residents in eastern Laghman province say the government servants exchange their salaries to Pakistani currency and using it in Afghan markets.
US President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to Russian officials during a meeting last week, potentially jeopardizing a source of intelligence about ISIL, The Washington Post reported on Monday, citing current and former US officials.
Joining the peace process does not mean surrender and those who want to reconcile should be welcomed, says a noted religious scholar.
The Syrian army and allied armed groups have started moving large numbers of troops to a desert region on the country's border with Iraq and Jordan as US-backed rebels make advances nearby, according to rebel sources.
Emmanuel Macron has been inaugurated as France's president, and will immediately face daunting challenges to rejuvenate the economy and breathe new life into the beleaguered European Union.
There has been a considerable spike in Tehran-Kabul economic relations within the past three years particularly after the nuclear deal between Tehran and major world powers, says the spokesman for Afghan Ministry of Commerce and Industries.
Although the National Unity Government (NUG) has repeatedly promised to carry out the parliamentary and district council election, it is repeatedly delayed with no date yet in sight. Lashing out the government’s delay of election under the ploy of reforms, a number of political figures and analysts say it can create yet another headache for the embattled government.
Afghanistan is a unique platform for cooperation, rather than competition, between China and the US in the face of rising challenges and threats to regional peace and stability, the Afghan Ambassador to China said.
The ongoing conflict in northern Kunduz has caused serious damages to important electricity power lines imported from Tajikistan and lead into power outage in capital Kabul.