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Iran condemns ‘heinous’ Kabul attacks
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman strongly condemned the “heinous” bomb attacks in the Afghan capital of Kabul, which killed more than 20 civilians including women.
Afghan VP wounded in deadly Kabul blast
Iran: Attack carried out by ‘enemies of peace’
Rocket attack hits Kabul on Afghanistan Independence Day
At least 10 civilians, including four children, were injured in the Afghan capital of Kabul in an attack with 14 rockets against the city’s heavily-fortified Green Zone as the country marked its 101st independence anniversary.
Mayors of Tehran, Kabul discuss joint action against COVID-19
The mayors of Tehran and Kabul discussed ways to broaden cooperation between the two municipalities and share experiences in the battle against the novel coronavirus, Tasnim News Agency reported.
Iranian official confers with Afghan officials
Foreign Ministry's special assistant for Afghanistan affairs discussed latest political developments with high-ranking Afghan officials during his visit to Kabul, IRNA reported.
Taliban refuse to talk to Kabul team in blow to US deal
The Taliban refused to begin talks with the Afghan government’s new negotiating team on Saturday, in a setback to the so-called US-brokered peace process for one of the world’s longest-running conflicts.
At least seven killed in Kabul car bomb blast
At least seven people were killed and 10 wounded, including four foreigners, when a minivan packed with explosives detonated during Kabul's morning rush hour Wednesday, an Interior Ministry spokesman said.
Joint Iran-Afghan IT expo kicks off in Kabul
Kabul is hosting a three-day information technology exhibition. Iran and Afghanistan have jointly organized this event. Tens of Iranian and Afghan companies have participated in this exhibition to put on show their latest achievements.
Afghan director Karimi defies odds with Kabul-set drama ‘Hava, Maryam, Ayesha’
As the daughter of refugees who fled Afghanistan for a new life in Iran, Sahraa Karimi never lost touch with her parents’ homeland, whose culture and traditions were kept alive in her Tehran household. But as the years passed, and her pursuit of a career in filmmaking took her to Europe, the distance between Karimi and Afghanistan grew. Suddenly, the director was faced with a difficult choice.
Kabul seeks clarification on Trump talk of wiping out Afghanistan
The Afghan government demanded an explanation from Washington following an assertion by President Donald Trump who suggested that the US could end the long war in Afghanistan by effectively nuking it.
Eight killed in bomb blast outside Kabul University
At least eight people have been killed and 33 others injured in a bomb blast near a gate to the campus of Kabul University in the Afghan capital.
Deadly blast rips through bus in Afghan capital
At least five people have been killed in a bomb attack that targeted a bus carrying Afghan government employees in the capital, Kabul.
Six killed in blast at Kabul military academy
A bomb attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul has left at least six people dead and several others wounded.
Afghan parliamentary advisor, former journo shot dead in Kabul: Ministry
An advisor to Afghanistan’s parliament and a former journalist has been shot dead by unknown assailants in capital Kabul, the ministry of interior affairs says.
US, Taliban resume talks in Qatar as Kabul holds grand meeting on peace
The Afghan Taliban militant group and the United States have resumed a new round of negotiations — excluding the Kabul government — in Qatar while Afghan officials continue to host a rare assembly at home to ensure their interests are met in any peace deal with Taliban.

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