The Election Commission is set to announce the preliminary results of the election within five days.
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Patricia Gossman writes that Geneva Conference will be a chance for Afghanistan’s donors to do more than check boxes.
Officials said the peace talks on Afghanistan will be discussed on the second day of the Geneva Conference.
Next month’s conference will bring together the Afghan government and international stakeholders to discuss progress achieved in the past…
Officials at the Ministry of Finance said that so far 55 percent of Brussels' commitments have been fulfilled.
SDF forces were still in control of all prisons with Deash captives, a senior US State Department official said in a briefing with…
Secretary General Stoltenberg admonished Turkey to act with restraint, and called for actions in northern Syria to be proportionate and…
Turkish media reported troops entering Syria at four points.
Turkish officials said that the military had struck the Syrian-Iraqi border to prevent Kurdish forces using the route.
Artists said the tulips were painted to remember the victims of the war in Afghanistan.
Ghafar Qutbiyar was famous for negative roles he played in Afghan movies.
“Hava, Maryam, Ayesha” has been nominated for best fiction movie at Venice Film Festival.
Organizers of the festival said this year’s event was different as more movies were screened during it.
Prices start at $699, down from last year’s new iPhone that started at $749.
India’s state-run space agency says all possible efforts are being made to establish communication with lander.
Contact was lost with Vikram when the craft was just 2.1 kilometers above the gray dirt.
The world’s largest smartphone vendor said the device would be priced 2.398 million won ($1,977.47).
Thirty artworks by an Afghan artist are on display at an exhibition in the city of Herat. Photo: Fariba Aram
Afghanistan's first and only all-female orchestra—Zohra—is in Australia – Photo: Parwiz Shamal
Collecting olives in a Nangarhar garden - Photo: Abdulhaq Omeri
Qargha Lake, Kabul after a rainy day. Photo: Basir Ahmad Deyan
A woman in the province of Bamiyan displays her inked finger, which indicates that she has voted in the 2019 presidential election- Photo: Gulabuddin Ghubar
Kabul city – Photo: Faridullah Hussainkhail
Faizabad, capital of Badakhshan – Photo: Wahid Ahmadi
An ancient glass factory in the western province of Herat – Photo: Fariba Aram
Shegal district of Kunar Province – Photo: Abdulhaq Omeri
A fan cheering his favorite team during Friday night’s match between Simorgh Alborz and De Maiwand Atalan in the APL.
Maryam Baryalay and Abdul Mateen Imran write that a US-Taliban peace deal should not be supported before an intra-Afghan dialogue.
Aditya Raj writes that the Indian government should have considered the risks this unilateral move has brought into Afghanistan.
Ajmal Shams writes that postponing the election would have an adverse impact on the political stability of the country.