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Gen. Sharmila, head of the NDS gender department, has died of wounds from a magnetic IED blast in Kabul on Monday, Sources confirmed. Two others were also wounded in the blast
Clashes reported yesterday in Pashtun Kot and near Qaysar. IED attack near Almar Faryab
25 new positive cases of the coronavirus have been reported in Herat, according to Herat health officials. The total in Afghanistan is 170
Magnitude 4.8 earthquake shook Kabul and northern region cities. The hit was epicentered from Afghanistan—Tajikistan border region
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 32km SE of Jarm, Afghanistan
German Foreign Affairs Minister Heiko Maas in a phone call with President Ghani vowed to help Afghanistan in its fight against the coronavirus, the Presidential Palace said, adding that the German minister welcomed the announcement of the formation of the negotiating team
1 year ago
Security forces seized Katyusha rocket launcher after ops in SE Kunar
At least six Afghan forces killed in Taliban attack in southern Zabul province
294 COVID19 cases confirmed in Kazakhstan
1 year ago
Al-Emarah released video confirming defection of 17 alleged policemen and militia members in Badakhshan
22 new cases of coronavirus infection. In Nur-Sultan - 16, in Almaty - 4 cases, in Atyrau region - 1 case and in Kyzylorda region - 1 case. So far, there are 251 cases in Kazakhstan.
204 confirmed COVID19 cases in Kazakhstan. 10 new infected in Nur-Sultan, 1 in Almaty.
150 cases of coronavirus in Kazakhstan. Five new infected confirmed in Almaty
11 new positive cases of coronavirus have been reported in Herat, and 3 in Farah, bringing the total number of reported positive cases in Afghanistan to 104, said Ministry of Health
At least two policemen were killed in suspected Taliban attack in Kandahar.
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Taliban memo circulated among Taliban members with names of 15 Taliban members who will be part of Taliban's Prisoner Release Commission that will oversee initial release of Taliban prisoners from Bagram detention facility
An Afghan AF helicopter made an emergency landing in Taloqan area of Takhar without any casualties, as per ANDSF. Meanwhile a local source claimed it was hit by Taliban fire. No claim from Taliban.
MoD also claimed repelling Taliban offensive in Badakhshan
Afghan MoD claimed ANDSF repelling Taliban attack in Dolatyar, Ghor, claiming to have killed several Taliban militants as well as releasing their names. Additionally, MoD also claimed ANDSF repelling Taliban raid in Khwaja Bahauddin, Takhar
1 year ago
Islamic State published photo of Abu Khalid al-Hindi, the IS inghimasi who was part of the team that carried out the attack on Sikh temple in Kabul, in newly released issue of Al-Naba
Two new cases of coronavirus detected in Nimroz: Herat health directorate
1 year ago
Kazakhstan security service detained suspected ISIS member, plotting terror attack in Nur-Sultan
Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 - 17km NE of Asht, Tajikistan
Taliban Qatar office says they spoke to Afghan officials regarding prisoners release. "The process of releasing the Taliban prisoners will begin on March 31," Taliban Qatar Office spokesperson Sohail Shaheen said. No word from Afghan government yet. Afghanistan
Pompeo: It's time to bring peace to Afghanistan
7 new coronavirus infected in Kazakhstan (five cases in the Nur-Sultan, two in Almaty) Total at the moment: 79 (Most in Nur-Sultan - 41 and Almaty - 31)
Today in Kyrgyzstan there are only 44 confirmed cases of COVID19
All four suicide bombers who attacked Dharamshala, a Sikh worship area in PD1 of Kabul, were killed after nearly six hours of fighting, Afghan special forces confirmed
ISIS claims responsibility for the attack on the Sikh temple in the Afghan capital, Kabul
Afghanistan records 32 new cases of COVID19, bringing its total number to 74
Central Asia is the core region of the Asian continent and stretches from the Caspian Sea in the west to China in the east and from Afghanistan in the south to Russia in the north. It is also sometimes referred to as Middle Asia, and, colloquially, "the 'stans" (as the six countries generally considered to be within the region all have names ending with the Persian suffix "-stan", meaning "land of") and is within the scope of the wider Eurasian continent.
Central Asia include five republics of the former Soviet Union: Kazakhstan (pop. 17 million), Kyrgyzstan (5.7 million), Tajikistan (8.0 million), Turkmenistan (5.2 million), and Uzbekistan (30 million), for a total population of about 66 million as of 2013–2014. Afghanistan (pop. 31.1 million) is also sometimes included. (wikipedia)
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