Afghanistan

54 killed in Afghanistan clashes

At least 10 Afghan soldiers and 44 Taliban militants have been killed after clashes broke out in four districts of the country's Ghazni province overnight, an Army official said on Wednesday.

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UNSC delegations’ Kabul visit considered key opportunity for peace & stability in Afghanistan

A 15-member delegation of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), who has recently paid a visit to Kabul has shared its concern with government officials of Afghanistan over increasing activities of terrorist groups such as Daesh and Taliban in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan still UNSC’s focus

In a fresh move, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sent a high-level delegation, the core of the aim to closely assess situation in Afghanistan.

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