The Chief Executive’s Office confirmed Sunday that CEO Abdullah Abdullah has fired Daoud Asas, one of his senior advisors, over contradictory remarks made following the U.S Forces’ bombing in Nangarhar on Thursday.
U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser met Afghan officials in Kabul on Sunday, amid questions over the new administration's plans for the military mission in Afghanistan after American forces unleashed a huge bomb there on militants.
The American military’s use of the most powerful conventional bomb in its arsenal on an Islamic State cave complex in Afghanistan has stirred up political trouble for the Afghan government, as former President Hamid Karzai on Saturday called his successor “a traitor” and declared that he wanted the Americans gone from the country.
Unidentified men spread night letters, supporting Daesh or so called Islamic State (IS) militants in Sabari district of southeastern Khost province, an official said Sunday.
Hizb-I-Islami Afghanistan (HIA) on Saturday said major obstacles in the way of party leader Gulbadin Hekmatyar return to Kabul have been resolved with the help of government commission tasked to implement the peace process.
An angry former president, Hamid Karzai, on Saturday lashed out at government and the U.S over Thursday night’s bombing of Achin district in Nangarhar.
Karzai said he did not recognize “this symbolic government,” and has decided to work to get rid of America in Afghanistan.
Police chief of northern Kunduz province who daily taught the interpretation of Holy Quran to his personnel said police should have some Islamic knowledge besides physical training.
The employment of Massive Ordinance Air Bomb (MOAB), also known as "the mother of all bombs", by US military in Achin district of eastern Afghanistan has provoked an unprecedented outrage in Afghanistan. From some political leaders to ordinary Afghans, all have lambasted the strike, terming it an act of violation of Afghanistan’s national sovereignty.