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Bombing at Kabul tutoring center kills 19
Iran condemns terrorist attack, offers help
US, Afghanistan carry out prisoner exchange: Taliban
An American navy veteran detained in Afghanistan since 2020 was released by the Taliban on Monday in exchange for an ally who had spent 17 years in a US jail for heroin smuggling, Afghanistan's foreign minister said.
Two hospitals built by Iran in Afghanistan to open soon
Afghanistan is set to inaugurate two hospitals constructed by Iran in the cities of Kabul and Bamyan, the acting minister of public health of the Taliban said.
Afghanistan a living example of US belligerence: China
China says Afghanistan is a living example of what the United States’ belligerence makes happen. The nation still suffers from the impact of two decades of war, which reduced the country to rubble and ruined the future of an entire generation.
Tashkent hosts international conference "Afghanistan: security and economic development"
On 25-26 July, at the initiative of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, an international conference "Afghanistan: security and economic development" is being held in Tashkent.
UN records hundreds of killings and rights violations by Taliban
The Taliban have carried out hundreds of human rights violations in Afghanistan since seizing power last year, the United Nations said Wednesday, including extra judicial killings and torture.
Iran-Afghanistan ‘Drowning in Holy Water’ awarded at Malaysian festival
The Iran-Afghanistan co-production, ‘Drowning in Holy Water,’ directed by Navid Mahmudi, won the Best Film Award at the 5th Malaysia Golden Global Awards.
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands ‘When Pomegranates Howl’ selected for Melbourne fest
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands’ co-production ‘When Pomegranates Howl’ has been slated to take part in the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) in Australia.
'Stop interfering in Afghanistan', says Taliban leader in rare appearance
The Taliban's reclusive supreme leader Haibatullah Akhundzada called Friday for the world to stop telling them how to run Afghanistan, insisting sharia law was the only model for a successful Islamic state.
Afghanistan quake kills at least 1,000, deadliest in decades
A powerful earthquake struck a rural, mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan early Wednesday, killing at least 1,000 people and injuring 1,500 more in one of the deadliest quakes in decades. Officials warned that the already grim toll may still rise.
Iran, Afghanistan discuss railway cooperation
The heads of the railways of Iran and Afghanistan held a meeting in Tehran to discuss cooperation and ways for resuming halted joint projects.

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