After the government's opposition closed election offices in several provinces, Afghanistan's Second Vice President Sarwar Danish on Tuesday described the move as a "futile recourse" against democracy.
The former senior presidential adviser for reforms and good governance and member of the Grand National Coalition Ahmad Zia Massoud has warned that the persistent tensions over the elections could drag the country towards a major crisis.
Afghanistan's intelligence forces have arrested 26 Islamic State militants in Kabul ahead of Ashura celebration.
The Chief Executive of the Government of National Unity Abdullah Abdullah reacted at the recent moves by certain lawmakers and politicians regarding the review of the bilateral security pact with the United States.
Zalmay Khalilzad, who was recently appointed as a special adviser for Afghanistan peace talks, has arrived in the United Arab Emirates for the next round of US-Taliban negotiations.
Immigrants from Afghanistan and Bangladesh will be granted Pakistani nationality, Prime Minister Imran Khan has promised.
It is now time for both parties in this cruel war to put and end to what has been like a hemorrhage in the body of the Afghan people.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and the Chief Executive of the Unity Government Abdullah Abdullah met with the former Jihadi leader Abdul Rab Rasool Sayaf to hold talks on key national issues.
A number of election observers on Sunday claimed rejecting money offered by candidates in return for working in their interest.
The conflict in Afghanistan, which entered its 17th year this month, will not end with a military victory, says the US ambassador to Afghanistan.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani informed regarding the major changes in the security leadership in capital Kabul after a series of deadly attacks left scores dead in the capital, particularly in western parts of the city.
President Ashraf Ghani, who met with visiting Pakistani Foreign Minister Mehmood Qureshi, on Saturday stressed complete implementation of the new bilateral ties framework the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS).
For 17 years, we wrongly applied counterinsurgency doctrine to a proxy war waged by Pakistan against the United States and Afghanistan. That approach was never a winning strategy as long as Pakistan controlled the supply of our troops in landlocked Afghanistan and regulated the operational tempo through ...
Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh met Chinese ambassador to Kabul.
Five people, including two pilots, were killed as an Afghan National Army (ANA) helicopter crashed in western Farah province, an official said on Saturday.
The United States Department of Defense or Pentagon has awarded a contract for the procurement of Hydra rockets for the Afghan Air Force.
Ghani’s policy of youth empowerment has received much national and international support, but his excessive trust in the youth has implications. Politically, it does not help much. The number of Afghan youths runs into the millions, while the state cannot absorb more than a few hundred thousand.
Chief Executive Officer Dr. Abdullah hopes the new Pakistani government would pressure the Taliban to enter peace talks with Kabul.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani reacted at the aerial firings in Kabul city to mark the death anniversary of former Mujahideen leader Ahmad Shah Massoud.
A recent flurry of activity provides important signs of geopolitical changes in the Afghanistan crisis. Changes in the positions of the key players and in their attitudes to war and peace are the drivers of geopolitical change.