A number of lawmakers in Afghanistan’s parliament have expressed hope that the talks will resume soon.
The Afghan Election Commission was due to announce the preliminary results today.
Lawmakers described the attack as “inhuman” and called on the relevant institutions to bring the perpetrators to justice.
The blast occurred yesterday close to 1:30 pm and its cause has not been identified.
The abductees were traveling to a peace gathering in the Sharak area of Pul-e-Alam.
The European Union said the attack “aims at undermining hopes for peace and reconciliation.”
The National Security Council of Afghanistan says that efforts to reduce civilian casualties have begun…
In a speech on Friday, President Ghani said the country's police academy would be named after General Abdul Raziq.
The National Security Council said they will soon prepare a policy for carrying weapons and wearing uniforms by parliament member’s…
EU envoy says that an “Islamic Emirate” would make continued EU assistance to Afghanistan “difficult.”
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