Stoking ethnic strife 'national treason': Danish

Sunday, 26 November 2017 03:20 Written by

Ethnic favoritism and stoking strife among different ethnic groups of the country would be a national treason, Afghanistan's second vice president said Saturday.

Welcoming the International Criminal Court’s promise to investigate war crimes in Afghanistan, Afghan analysts call on the tribunal to give priority to the crimes committed by foreign troops. 

As per the new decision of NATO, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will also contribute troops to the NATO's Resolute Support Mission (RSM) in Afghanistan; however, there are many Pakistani nationals also serving as mercenaries in the armies of these two countries, and there is the fear that they may also be sent to Afghanistan.

Afghanistan will never all allow its ties with one country to overshadow its relationship with others , CEO  Dr. Abdullah Abdullah told the UN General Assembly on Monday.

Joko Vidodo pledges to support Afghan peace process

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 03:29 Written by

Indonesian President Joko Widodo has assured the visiting delegation of High Peace Council (HPC) to play role in Afghan peace and reconciliation efforts.

Afghanistan to review Kabul-Amritsar air link: Abdali

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 03:29 Written by

Afghan Ambassador to Indian Shaida Abdali says his government will soon revive the Amritsar-Kabul air link to further promote trade activities between the two countries, a media report said on Tuesday.

The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court formally requested authorization to investigate the US military and CIA for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan.

Dubai meeting on Afghan peace process delayed

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 03:24 Written by

Afghanistan Peace Studies Organization (APSO) says a meeting on the reconciliation process, expected to take place in Dubai, has been delayed.

The US and Pakistan should work jointly to promote a negotiated end to the war in Afghanistan, says a former American diplomat.

ANDSF receives 495 armored vehicles

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 03:25 Written by

Afghan forces have received a batch of 495 armored fighting vehicles from the United States, Afghan defense ministry said Monday.