War in Afghanistan Current Affairs, GK & News
As a launching ceremony of the Group of Friends of Women in Afghanistan in New York on 18 Nov, United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed has said that women’s inclusion is critical to sustainable peace and development in Afghanistan, while stressing that the UN is committed to supporting the people and government of Afghanistan in ..
Topics: Amina J. Mohammed • BBC 100 Women • Global politics • Intergovernmental organizations • N-Peace Awards • Organizations • Post-2015 Development Agenda • Sustainable Development Goals • United Nations • War in Afghanistan • Women's rights in Afghanistan
The administration of Afghanistan in Kabul has recently announced as a list of 250 people which also includes 50 women who will go to Qatar for holding talks with the Taliban in the weekend. The names which have been announced are mostly of ordinary people of Afghanistan. The names have been released by the officials ..
Topics: Afghanistan • Ashraf Ghani • Countries • Decades • Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan • Negotiations between the Taliban and the United States • Pashtun people • Politics by country • Taliban • Totalitarianism • War in Afghanistan
Taliban in Afghanistan have launched a major offensive in the Kunduz city, killing six people and wounding more than 50. The attack was launched by the Taliban fighters from various directions after midnight. As stated by the head of the council of Kunduz, Mohammad Yusouf Ayubi, has said that the forces of the Taliban attacked ..
The Taliban has announced their spring offensive which happens annually even though the peace talks with the US are underway. The announcement has come even though the meeting with representatives of the Afghan government is slated for an end of the month. Taliban has announced the launch of operation Fath which in Arabic stands for ..
Topics: Anti-Shi'ism • Decades • Government of Afghanistan • Helmand province campaign • In Afghanistan • Military history by country • Politics by country • Taliban • Taliban insurgency • Totalitarianism • War in Afghanistan
The Vice-President of Afghanistan Abdul Rashid Dostum has once again successfully escaped unhurt from a Taliban attack which claimed lives of one of his bodyguards. Attackers had ambushed the convoy of Dostum while it was going from Mazar-i-Sharif which is a city in the Balkh province to the Jawzjan province in the northern part of ..
Topics: Abdul Rashid Dostum • Afghanistan • Atta Muhammad Nur • Balkh Airlines • Battles of Mazar-i-Sharif • Democratic Republic of Afghanistan • Islamic State of Afghanistan • Mazar-i-Sharif • Politics by country • Taliban • War in Afghanistan • Warlordism