SHEBERGHAN (SW): A number of Afghan Local Police (ALP) commanders in Jawzjan province have warned they would surrender to the militants if the government fails to back them.
KABUL (SW): A new armed group commonly known as ‘Songaryan’ (Lancers) disguised as militants has emerged in Helmand province that is believed to be challenging the Taliban on their turf in their way.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Security officials of Darz Aab district have said pro-Daesh militants have shot dead 3 hostages in Jawzjan province.
LASHKARGAH (SW): Officials in Helmand province have said the security forces have ‘strategically retreated’ from Sangin province.
KUNDUZ CITY (SW): Local officials in Kunduz have said the Taliban militants ‘burned’ seven members of the Afghan Local Police (ALP) to death.
LASHKARGAH (SW): At least 14 members of the security forces have reportedly died in a suicide attack on the Helmand-Kandahar highway, a security source said on Monday.
HERAT CITY (SW): The administration of Ghoryan district in Herat has blamed insufficient police force for the rampant smuggling of narcotics.
TARIKNOT (SW): Obaidullah Barakzai, member of the Wolesi Jirga (lower house) has said at least 26 Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers died in a Taliban attack in Uruzgan province.
KABUL (SW): The Ministry for Counter Narcotics acknowledged on Saturday that the poppy cultivation in the country has surged by 10 per cent.
JALALABAD (SW): The provincial director for Hajj and Religious Affairs (HRA) in Nangarhar province has survived a suicide attack at him, but his brother has been died in the attack.
KABUL (SW): A suicide car bombing followed by the Taliban’s group attack on a military base in Khost province has killed at least one soldier and three attackers.
LASHKARGAH (SW): Security officials have said successful military operation with the help of modern technology against the militants is underway in Helmand province.
KABUL (SW): At least 24 people have been taken into custody on suspicion of collaboration with the terrorists or negligence of duty in connection with the attack on Sardar Dawood Khan Hospital last week.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Pro-Daesh rebels in Jawzjan province have burnt a mosque and desecrated up to 500 copies of the Holy Quran in Darz Aab district.
QALA-I-NAU (SW): A local warlord in Badghes province has torched down more than 85 homes in the Jond district.
HERAT CITY (SW): The Taliban militants have publicly chopped off a man's hand and a foot of in Herat province.
KABUL (AA): A powerful blast in the heart of the capital Kabul has killed a woman and left eight more civilians wounded.
KABUL (SW): Abdullah Abdullah, the Chief Executive Officer of the National Unity Government (NUG), on Monday held the Taliban responsible for a deadly attack on a hospital in the capital Kabul last week.
LASHKARGAH (SW): The Special Forces of the Afghan National Army (ANA) have rescued at least 32 civilians from the Taliban captivity in Helmand province.
KABUL (SW): Military affairs experts fear if the National Unity Government (NUG) failed to address its shortcomings in regard to security affairs, much more violent terrorist attacks would hit the country in the coming days and months.
JALALABAD (SW): In a special operation, the National Directorate of Security (NDS) forces claimed to have killed two top pro-Daesh rebels in Nangarhar province.
QALA-I-NAW (SW): At least 12 men from the Afghan National Police (ANP) and the Afghan Local Police (ALP) have joined the Taliban in Baghlan and Badges provinces.
QALAT (SW): In an apparent ‘green on green’ attack, at least eight members of the Afghan Local Police (ALP) have been killed by in Zabul province.
KABUL (SW): Analysts have called for an end to corruption, lack of self-confidence and selfishness in the security sector to stop large scale terrorist attacks from recurring.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Local authorities and residents in Jawzjan province have said pro-Daesh rebels torched several shrines and graveyards in the province.
HERAT CITY (SW): Mohammad Ismail Khan, former minister and Jihadi leader, has claimed Turkmenistan has contacts with the Taliban and it provides military equipment to the insurgents.
KABUL (SW): Daesh has taken responsibility for a deadly attack on a military hospital in the heart of Afghan capital Kabul on Wednesday.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Pro-Daesh rebels abducted 15 civilian from Jawzjan’s Darzab district on Monday.
KUNDU CITY (SW): A group of Taliban insurgents wearing the security forces’ uniform killed six Afghan Local Police (ALP) men in Kunduz province early on Sunday.
FARAH CITY (SW): Local officials and provincial council members in Farah have claimed 19 civilians have died in an air raid by the Afghan Air Force (AAF) here.
KABUL (SW): Following a latest shuffle in the ranks of the police, analysts have called for professionalism and transparency in the security matters.
PUL-I-KHUMRI (SW): Faiz Mohammad Amiri, chief of the Tala-o-Barfak district in Baghlan, has said the Taliban have overrun this district.
KABUL (SW): The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has confirmed at least 35 people injured as the Taliban militants stormed two security installations in the capital Kabul on Wednesday.
LASHKARGAH (AA): A policeman has killed 11 of his comrades in restive Helmand province before joining the Taliban.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Armed rebels in Jawzjan province have killed the wife of an Afghan Local Police (ALP) commander in the Darzab district.
MEHTERLAM (SW): A mortar shell hit a school in Laghman province on Saturday leaving at least two students dead and six more injured.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): A young man in Jawzjan province who managed to escape from the captivity of the pro-Daesh rebels has narrated the horrific tale of his detention.
KABUL (SW): President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said the country’s Air Force would become comprehensive and strong by the year 2020.
KANDAHAR CITY (SW): Police patrolling on the Kandahar-Uruzgan highway have abandoned their outposts over delay in the payment of salaries.
MIHTARLAM (SW): Security authorities of Laghman province have said unknown men have killed 10 members of a family and injured 4 more by throwing a hand grenade at their residence.
KABUL (SW): The Afghan Army Chief has made it clear those countries harboring terrorists would ultimately become their victims.
JALALABAD (SW): Authorities in Nangarhar have said cross-border shelling has been underway from Pakistan into Afghanistan since last night.
ISLAMABAD (SW): In the aftermath of recent blast at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sindh, the government of Pakistan has decided to seal Torkham border crossing with Afghanistan for an indefinite period.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Authorities in Jawzjan province have said at least 52 farmers have been abducted by the Taliban rebels.
JALALABAD (SW): At least 16 pro-Daesh rebels have been killed in the past 24 hours in the fresh Shahen-25 Offensives in the Nangarhar province, officials said on Tuesday.
CHAGHCHARAN (SW): A notorious militant commander allegedly involved in stoning a girl to death in Ghor province has surrendered, an official said on Monday.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Security officials in Jawzjan province claim the pro-Daesh rebels have set-up a private prison in the province.
LASHKARGAH (SW): At least eight people were killed on Saturday when an explosives-laden car rammed into security personnel who had queued outside the New Kabul Bank in Helmand province to collect their salaries.
KABUL (SW): Welcoming the proposed surge in US troops in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) has underlined the need for more military aid and training for the Afghan forces.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): The pro-Daesh rebels have moved the two abducted employees of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) from Qosh Tapa district to Darzab district in northern Jawzjan province.