You Are Here: Home » 2013 » August (Page 5)

Police among 12 Killed in Badakhshan Battle

FAIZABAD -At least 10 insurgents and two Afghan soldiers were killed and 20 others wounded during clashes in the Jarm district of northeastern Badakhshan province, officials said on Saturday. The casualties happened after security forces launched an operation to clear a road the Taliban had blocked in Pul-i-Mughal area, the Badakhshan police chief said. Brig. Gen. Imamuddin Motmain told Pajhwok Afghan News ...

Read more

Afghan, Foreign Officials Meet to Review National Security

Kabul - Bismillah Mohammadi, the Minister of Defense; Mujtaba Patang, the acting Interior Minister; and General Joseph Dunford, the Commander of the NATO-led mission in Afghanistan gathered together for a meeting in Kabul on Saturday to review Afghanistan's security situation over the past five months. Although the media were not allowed entrance into the meeting or an opportunity to speak with all of its p ...

Read more

Munich Meeting to Discuss Polls, Peace Drive

KABUL -Afghan political leaders are scheduled to begin a two-day meeting in Munich, Germany, on next year’s elections, security and the stalled peace process later on Saturday. Afghanistan National Front (ANF) spokesman Mohammad Ali Amiri told Pajhwok Afghan News former vice-president Ahmad Zia Massoud, Mohammad Mohaqiq, ex-spymaster Amarullah Saleh and others would attend the talks. A German-based group, t ...

Read more

Coalition-building Races for Elections

The developments regarding the elections and the political arrays is taking more pace by each day as the political parties are struggling to make coalitions for the next year presidential elections. It is reported that Hizb-e Wahdat Islami led by Vice President Karim Khalili and Hizb-e Islami led by Finance Minister Hadi Arghandiwal have announced that they are going to have a single candidate for the presi ...

Read more

HPC to Hold Global Conference on Peace Process

Kabul- Mawlawi Shafiullah, a member of the High Peace Council (HPC), said on Thursday that the HPC is planning to hold an international conference in Kabul to discuss the Afghan peace process, though he declined to comment on when exactly it would be. "An international conference on the Afghan peace process is expected to be held in Kabul. The conference will discuss the peace process and seek support from ...

Read more

Copyright © 2014 The Afghanistan Express Daily - All Rights Reserved.

Scroll to top