Afghanistan's president this week vowed to take "revenge" and "eliminate" Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) safe havens in the country after the group killed 63 civilians at a wedding, including children.
Taliban narco-jihadis claimed responsibility for an attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul that killed at least 14 and maimed nearly 150 others Wednesday.
The strength of the Afghan security forces stands at its "lowest level" in years, a U.S. watchdog agency revealed Thursday.
The Afghan government has asked for “clarification” on U.S. President Donald Trump’s remarks about being able to wipe Afghanistan “off the face of the earth” if he really wanted to win the war there.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday suggested that the Taliban should play a role in Afghanistan’s political process after a peace agreement is reached, a move that could allow the narco-jihadi group to return to office in Kabul after U.S. fo...
Numerous threats from a suspected Taliban commander who opposed women working as broadcasters drove a private radio station in Afghanistan to shut down, officials from the media outlet revealed on Monday.
Taliban terrorists carried out brutal coordinated attacks in Kabul on Monday, including a car bombing and subsequent militant assault that left at least 40 people dead.
A Taliban delegation recently traveled to Beijing to discuss U.S.-backed peace efforts as well as “mutual” counterterrorism concerns in Afghanistan, the Chinese foreign ministry confirmed on Thursday.
The Taliban’s political chief visited China days ahead of what some news outlets have described as a crucial round of peace negotiations with the United States — the seventh in about a year, scheduled to take place in Qatar early this week.
A senior al-Qaeda member recently celebrated what he described as America's "defeat" in Afghanistan at the hands of the Taliban, the Long War Journal (LWJ) reported late this week.
The Afghan government confirmed this week that it released 490 Taliban prisoners and is expected to release hundreds more to convince the narco-jihadi organization to engage in peace negotiations with Kabul.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration reportedly indicated this week that it wants American taxpayers to foot the bill for Taliban expenses incurred during the ongoing peace talks to end the Afghanistan war, but a Democrat-controlled House commi...
The Taliban’s chief negotiator in talks with the United States to end the more than 17-year-old war in Afghanistan recently declared the United States is “on the verge of defeat” and will soon withdraw willingly or by force, Voice of America (VOA) repo...
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Friday announced the upcoming release of 175 Taliban narco-jihadis in an apparent gesture of goodwill towards the inclusion of Kabul in U.S.-led peace talks with the reluctant terrorist group.
An unprecedented round of Qatar-based peace negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban scheduled to start Friday was reportedly “postponed indefinitely” on Thursday over the narco-jihadis’ objections to size of the Kabul delegation.
An Afghan Taliban spokesman on Tuesday repudiated a news report claiming the group is planning to include women in its delegation expected to continue negotiations with the United States this month to end the more than 17-year-old war, claiming that th...
Taliban narco-jihadists on Friday announced the launch of their “Victory” spring offensive amid ongoing U.S.-led efforts to convince the terrorist group to agree to a political settlement with Kabul to end the more than 17-year-old war in Afghanistan.
Residents in the opium-rich Taliban stronghold Helmand, Afghanistan’s largest province, reportedly expressed outrage at the arrest of two female al-Qaeda jihadis by local authorities and demanded their immediate release, Khaama Press (KP) reported Tues...
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) over the weekend identified the two American soldiers killed on Saturday by an alleged "Taliban insider" donning an Afghan military uniform as the United States and the narco-jihadi group continue peace negotiations...
The election body of Afghanistan decided this week to delay the country’s presidential election for a second time -- to September 28 from its original scheduled date of April 20 and first delay to July 20.