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Knox County Coroner Mike Blevins told The Associated Press the deceased are a man, his girlfriend and five children. A television debate on potential peace deal between the Afghan government and Hezb-e-Islami led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar led into a brawl between the debate participants.
The trailer of the television debate immediately gone viral earlier tonight as the social media users were surprised with the reactions of the two debate participants. According to the trailer of debate which is due to published later tonight on 1TV channel, the brawl erupts as one of the debate participants calls a peace deal with Hezb-e-Islami as ineffective, calling Hekmatyar a terrorist who is still internationally blacklisted. The remarks by the debate participant angers the other participant who speaks in favor of Hekmatyar, calling Hezb-e-Islami a key party which has a major influence in the country. The brawl among the two participants leads to exchange of punches as the host and another analyst rushes to end the fight. The delegation of Hezb-e-Islami arrived for peace talks to capital Kabul in mid March and shortly after the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) called on militant groups to participate in direct peace talks with the Afghan government. Hekmatyar is considered is a notorious warlord for his involvement in the devastating civil war and insurgency following activities following the fall of the Taliban group. Another senior official of Kabul municipality has been arrested by the police forces on charges of misuse of power and corruption.
A source in Major crimes Task Force in the Ministry of Interior, said Haji Safiullah Abadi, head of municipality for Kabul’s 12th police district, was arrested by the personnel of the task force. The source further added that Abadi will likely be handed over to the Attorney General Office tonight. This comes as two senior officials in Kabul Municipality were arrested over corruption charges by the Afghan police forces late last month. The two senior officials were Engineer Mohammad Aslam and Kamal Qasimyar who were arrested over corruption charges. Engineer Mohammad Aslam Akrami was the administrative and finance deputy mayor and Ahmad Kamal Qasimyar was the head of the Human Resources department of Kabul Municipality. The Ministry of Interior confirmed that the two senior officials were arrested based on the evidences proving their hand in misuse of authority and involvement in corruption.
The arrest of the senior Municipality officials comes as the Afghan government has stepped up efforts to reduce the growing corruption in the country. The Afghan Attorney General Farid Hamidi promised earlier today that a serious and speedy campaign against corruption will be launched in the near future. Hamidi further added that serious work is underway to establish a judicial center and the people of Afghanistan will soon witness the start of major fight against corruption.
The Afghan security forces have arrested a would-be suicide bomber in northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan, the security authorities said Thursday. No further details have been given regarding the suspect and the potential target he was looking to attack.
The anti-government armed militant groups have not commented regarding the capture of the suspect so far. Kunduz is among the relatively volatile provinces in northern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating and frequently carry out insurgency activities.
The Taliban group launched a major attack by announcing their spring offensive in mid-April this year with an aim to recapture the strategic Kunduz. However, the attack was repulsed by the Afghan security forces following days heavy gun battle between the two sides. A prominent terrorist involved in major attacks has been arrested from the Emergency Hospital of Kabul where he was admitted after sustaining wounds in an explosion. The Ministry of Interior (MoI) said the terrorist has been identified as Abdullah who is originally a resident of the central Logar province of Afghanistan.
According to a statement by MoI, Abdullah was involved in a number of terrorist attacks in the southeastern Ghazni province of Afghanistan.
The statement further added he was arrested by the operatives of the counterterrorism department of the Ministry of Interior.
According to MoI, Abdullah was admitted to Kabul Emergency Hospital after sustaining wounds following an explosion which was triggered by the explosives he planted in a bicycle. MoI also added that four civilians were killed and and two others were wounded in the attack and Abdullah was shifted to Emergency Hospital in Kabul after sustaining wounds in the same attack. He was arrested based on the intelligence information received by the personnel of counterterrorism department of Interior Minitry, the statement added. The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the report so far. A commander of the Taliban group identified as Omran has been killed along with his 27 fighters during an operation in southern Helmand province.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said the operations were jointly conducted by the Afghan security forces and with the support of the Afghan Air Force. According to a statement by MoD, the operations were conducted in Greshk district of Helmand and some weapons and explosives belonging to the militants were also destroyed.
The statement by MoD further added that five militants were killed in a separate operation in Sar-e-Hawza district of southeastern Paktika province. Helmand is among the relatively volatile provinces in southern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating and frequently carry out insurgency activities.
The Taliban group launched a major attack on various security posts of the Afghan security forces late last month but the attacks were repulsed with the deployment of additional forces.
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said a stable and peaceful Afghanistan is a shared objective of both India and the United States. Modi made the remarks during a speech in the joint meeting of the US Congress during his visit to the country.
Modi insisted on deepening the security cooperation between New Delhi and Washington and based it on a policy that isolates those who harbour, support and sponsor terrorists. The former Afghan President Hamid Karzai left Kabul for United States on Wednesday to participate in the funeral ceremony of boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Karzai will participate in the funeral which has been scheduled for Thursday in Lousville city of Kentucky State. Ali died at the age of 74 in a US hospital on Saturday as he spent several days being treated for respiratory complications. He had suffered for three decades from Parkinson’s Disease, a progressive neurological condition that slowly robbed him of both his legendary verbal grace and his physical dexterity. He was previously hospitalized for several days in December 2014 and January 2015 after suffering a severe urinary tract infection initially thought to be pneumonia. Although weakened by illness, Ali continued to loom large on national stage as he recently waded into the nation’s political fight after GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested banning all Muslims from entering the U.S. Ali visited Afghanistan in 2002 for three days as he serving as the peace ambassador of the United Nations.
The acting provincial governor of northern Balkh province Ata Mohammad Noor has written a letter to the Afghan Permanent Representative to the United Nations regarding attempts by Iran and Turkey about Rumi’s masterpiece inclusion as intellectual heritage of the two countries in United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Noor further added that Balkh is proud of having a son like Mowlana who acquired global fame and whose work is considered a world intellectual heritage. The Afghan security forces have seized at least 65 trucks of Lapis Lazuli illegally extracted from a mine in northeastern Badakhshan province of Afghanistan.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Interior Sediq Sediqi told reporters Wednesday that the police forces are doing their best to prevent the illegal extraction of Lapis Lazuli. Sediqi confirmed that the illegal mining are fueling war and unrest in the country as the mining has been one of the main source of financing the insurgency in the country. He said those who were working to illegally extract mines in Badakhshan province have been arrested by the security personnel. According to Sediqi, the Afghan forces have managed to prevent the extraction of minerals in central Logar and southeastern Khost provinces of Afghanistan.
In the meantime, a spokesman for the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, said the government will pave the way for the legal extraction of Lapisa Lazuli in Badakhshan once the security situation improves. This comes as the Global Witness in its report released on Monday said the illegal mining of the minerals also funnels millions of dollars into the hands of corrupt warlords besides fuelling the conflict in the country. The report by Global Witness further added at least 12,500 tonnes of lapis worth about $200 million have been extracted since 2014.
According to the report much of the mining have been done illegally or in a way that avoided nearly $30 million in government taxes.


A key member of the Haqqani terrorist network was killed in a drone strike in southeastern Paktika province of Afghanistan. According to the provincial government media office, the airstrike was carried out late on Tuesday night in Sarwaza district.
The key Haqqani network member killed in the raid has been identified as Sirajuddin Khademi who was reportedly providing logistics support to the fighters of the terror network. The airstrike also destroyed some weapons belonging to the terror network but local civilians casualties were reported in the raid. The network is accused of staging numerous cross-border attacks from their base in North Waziristan, including the 19-hour siege at the US Embassy in Kabul in September 2011.
A commander of the loyalists of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group was killed during an operation in eastern Nangarhar province. The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said at least five other ISIS loyalists were also killed during the operation conducted in Kot district.
Kot is a key district in eastern Nangarhar province where the ISIS loyalists started their operations.
The Afghan security forces have been busy in clearing the district from the presence of ISIS loyalists during the past several days.
At least 5 loyalists of the terror group were killed in an airstrike carried out by the Afghan Air Force on Monday in Kot district, while 11 of them were killed and 14 others were wounded in a similar raid in this district earlier. The Afghan National Security and Defense Forces (ANSDF) together with the US forces in Afghanistan are regularly targeting the loyalists of the terror group.
The US forces stepped up airstrikes against the loyalists of ISIS after they were granted more authorities by the US President Barack Obama.
In the meantime, the Afghanistan National Security Council (NSC) last week approved in principle the strategy to fight the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group as the loyalists of the terror group are attempting to expand foothold in the country. The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said Wednesday at least 7 terrorists were killed in an airstrike in the restive Ghazni province of Afghanistan.
According to MoD, the airstrike was carried out in the vicinity of Geru district and at least six motorcycles belonging to the terrorists were also destroyed. In a separate operation in Moqor district, at least five suspected militants were arrested by the Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers. Ghazni is among the volatile provinces in southeastern Afghanistan which falls on the main highway connecting Kabul with the southern provinces. The Taliban insurgents and militants belonging to the insurgent groups are active in a number of its districts where they often carry out insurgency activities. The Ministry of Defense said Tuesday at least 14 terrorists were killed in an airstrike carried out by the Afghan Air Force in Nawa district of Ghazni. The Afghan forces have stepped up operations against the militant groups across the country which comes amid deteriorating security situation as a result of the Taliban-led insurgency. The Taliban group announced its spring offensive earlier in the month of April and vowed to carry out more attacks across the country. The Taliban insurgents have executed at least 12 people the group abducted from Ghazni-Paktika highway recently, local officials said Wednesday. A security official in Ghazni confirmed that the dead bodies of 12 people shot dead by the Taliban insurgents have been found in Andar district. The official further added that the identities of the deceased individuals have not ascertained so far.
This comes as reports suggest that some of the hostages were members of the security institutions and were shot dead by the Taliban insurgents on Tuesday night. In the meantime, provincial govenror’s spokesman for Paktika, Pir Khel, said at least five policemen went missing from the highway on Tuesday and it is yet not clear if they are among those executed by the Taliban insurgents. The Taliban militants group has not commented regarding the incident so far which comes as the group has increased hostage takings in various parts of the country during the recent weeks. The group kidnapped at least 47 passengers from an highway in northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan earlier today wihch is the second kidnapping from the same highway within almost one week.
The European Union (EU) has welcomed the special report conclusions on how to curb corruption in the Ministry of Public Health. The statement further added that the report was requested by Minister of Public Health, Dr.
The European Union welcome the efforts of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) to openly address corruption, in a sector that is crucial for the life of all Afghans, the statement said, adding that the EU strongly encourages Dr. The statement also added that EU will support MoPH in tackling corruption by providing technical assistance to the Ministry of Public Health in the preparation of an action plan and the implementation of MEC’s recommendations. Afghanistan has put a ban on the use of drone cameras amid fears that the device could be used by the militant groups for surveillance purposes.
The Ministry of Interior (MoI) said the decision to put a ban on the use of drone cameras has been taken by the National Security Council of Afghanistan. According to MoI, the decision was taken following proposals received by the local and international media agencies to capture video shots.
The ministry urged all media institutions to prevent from the use of drone cameras, insisting that such a device could create security issues for the security organs of the country due to its vast coverage. It is yet not clear if such drones have been used by the anti-government armed militant groups so far. This comes as the security situation of the country has sharply deteriorated amid rampant Taliban-led insurgency across the country. The Taliban group has intensified its attacks in various provinces of the country since they announced their spring offensive earlier in the month of April.
A relatively heavy explosion rocked Jalalabad city the provincial capital of eastern Nangarhar province. A security official confirmed that the incident took place after unknown gunmen hurled hand grenade on the local radio station. The official further added that incident did not incur any casualties to the civilians or media workers. The anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating in a number of its districts and often carry out insurgency activities. Militants belonging to the Taliban group and the loyalists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group are among the insurgents conducting attacks in this province. A commander of the Taliban group was killed in an airstrike in central Maidan Wardak province of Afghanistan, the defense officials said Wednesday.
The airstrike was carried out by the Afghan Air Force in the vicinity of Shashgaw area targeting the Taliban militants. Dawlat Waziri, spokesman for the Ministry of Defense, confirmed that the Taliban commander was identified as Mansoor who was killed in the air raid. He said at least 5 al-Qaeda affiliates were also killed during a separate airstrike conducted in the southeastern Paktika province. Waziri further added that a vehicle packed with explosives was also destroyed in the air raid. The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the reports so far. Both Wardak and Paktika provinces are among the relatively volatile provinces in southeastern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating. The Afghan forces have stepped up counterterrorism operations to suppress the insurgency activities of the militant groups as they attempt to increase attacks as part of their spring offensive. The Intelligence Chief and Minister of Defense nominees were introduced to the parliament for confidence voting by Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish. The introduction of Masoom Stanikzai as National Directorate of Security Chief nominee and General Abdullah Khan as Defense Minister nominee was made during the general session of the Lower House of Parliament, Wolesi Jirga. He recited a presidential decree by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani regarding the appointment of NDS and Minister of Defense. Danish thanked the lawmakers for approving the previous nominees for the ministry of interior and Afghan Attorney General’s Office and hoped that lawmakers would approve Stanikzai and Khan for the two key security posts considering the security situation of the country. He said a key NATO summit will also kick off on Afghanistan next month and urged the lawmakers to offer confidence votes for the two nominees as soon as possible.
The Taliban militants have once again kidnapped scores of passengers from a highway in northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan. The incident took place earlier today after the Taliban insurgents stopped a vehicle from Kunduz-Takhar highway.


Provincial police spokesman Mahfuzullah Akbari said at least 47 passengers were abducted from the center of Kunduz in Malraghi village as they were on their way to Takhar province.
Earlier, a  local official said at least 30 people have been taken hostage but the Taliban militants group has not commented regarding the report so far.
This comes almost a week after the Taliban insurgents kidnapped at least 185 passengers from the same highway and killed at least 17 of them. The Taliban insurgents kidnapped the passengers from several buses, vans and cars as they were travelling in the highway between Kunduz and Takhar but majority of them were released after they were interrogated.
It is believed at least eight of the abducted passengers are still in Taliban captivity as the security officials are saying efforts are underway for their release.
The former Afghan Minister of Defense Bismillah Mohammadi has rejected his involvement in the smuggling of Lapis Lazuli in eastern Badakhshan province.
He was speaking during a press conference to react towards the latest report released by Global Witness regarding the illegal smuggling of Afghan mines which the group said fuels insurgency in the country. However, Mohammadi said the report is baseless and promised to remain accountable to the nation and relevant institutions if reliable evidences and documents were presented to prove his involvement in the smuggling and trade of Lapis Lazuli.
Mohammadi further added that he condemns the allegations against him and dismiss it as baseless and inaccurate, insisting that the allegations against him in the report have been made without any evidences. The report also adds that the northeastern Badakhshan province where lapis lazuli is concentrated has been “deeply destabilized” by violent competition for control of the mines between local strongmen, lawmakers and the Taliban. A top American film producer and screenwriter has started a new project about the life of Mawlana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi, it has been reported. The screenwriter, David Franzoni, who wrote the 2000 blockbuster Gladiator has said his new project will be about the life and times of the 13th century Sufi poet Mawlana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi.
On top of that, the filmmakers are crossing their fingers over bagging Robert Downey Jr to star as Shams i-Tabrizi, Rami’s mentor. Mawlana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi also recognized as Rumi was a scholar who was forced to flee his home in present-day Afghanistan after the Mongol invasion.
He lived in Baghdad, Mecca, Damascus and Konya in Turkey, experiences which infused his poetry, still loved across the world today. According to the annual terrorism survey by the State Department, the Taliban group conducted 1093 attacks in 2015 while the ISIS terrorist group conducted 931 attacks.
The number is relatively more higher as compared to ISIS terrorist group as the Taliban group conducts operations in Afghanistan only while the ISIS terror group is actively conducting operations in Syria, Iraq and some other countries, including Afghanistan.
The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) mainly conducting attacks in Turkey has secured the 5th place by carrying out 238 attacks, according to the survey report. The number of terrorist attacks across the world dropped last year, the first dip since 2012, the report said, adding that the drop, which translated to 14 percent fewer terrorism-related deaths, was attributed to fewer attacks and deaths in Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has instructed the relevant security institutions to eliminate the income sources of the Taliban group, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group and other terror networks in the country.
The Office of the President said the issue of income sources of the terror groups was discussed during the National Security Council (NSC) meeting chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani today.
The NSC presented their report regarding the income sources of the Taliban group, ISIS loyalists and other terror networks to President Ghani. The meeting also focused on the security situation of Helmand, Uruzgan, Laghman, Kunduz, Sar-e-Pul, Baghlan, Faryab, Paktia, Paktiak, and Kunar provinces. The Afghan security forces were hailed for their bravey in fighting the militants and instructed the security organs to take necessary steps in a bid to prevent security threats in the mentioned provinces. Instructions by President Ghani to eliminate the financial sources of the terror groups comes as reports emerged on Monday regarding the illegal mining by insurgent groups and warlords which fuels insurgency and war in the country. The report by Global Witness released on Monday stated that the illegal mining of the minerals funnels millions of dollars into the hands of corrupt warlords and the militant groups besides fuelling the conflict in the country. The Twitter and Pinterest accounts of the Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg were taken over by the hackers in recent days, it has been reported. According to a person familiar with the matter, the password of Zuckerberg had apparently appeared last month in a database of more than 100 million usernames and passwords stolen in 2012 from LinkedIn Corp. The person further added that Zuckerberg appears to have reused the same password he used in his linkedIn account to log into Twitter and Pinterest, llowing hackers to take over those accounts. A collective that calls itself OurMine boasted that it had broken into a handful of his social media accounts, including LinkedIn, Twitter, and Pinterest.
However, Facebook has said in a statement that Zuckerberg’s Facebook and Instagram accounts had not been breached.
At least 12 Taliban insurgents were killed during a gun battle with the local residents in eastern Khost province of Afghanistan. According to the local security officials, the Taliban insurgents were killed after attacking the residential houses in Zazai Maidan district. The district security chief General Azizullah said the local residents responded to the Taliban attack in Deri Mila area with the support of the Afghan security forces. He said a local resident was killed and two others were wounded during the gun battle with the militants.
Khost is among the relatively peaceful provinces in eastern Afghanistan but the Taliban insurgents and militants belonging to the insurgent groups are often carrying out insurance activities in a number of its districts. A key Taliban group member has been killed during a gun battle with the Afghan security forces in northern Faryab province of Afghanistan. The Ministry of Interior (MoI) said the key Taliban group member was killed after attacking the security posts in this province late on Monday night. The statement further added that a group of armed Taliban also attacked Afghan National Police check post in Qisar District of Faryab province. MoI said the Afghan National Police forces did not suffer any casualties during the clashes. The woman was the mother of three of the children, aged 3, 2 and 1, while the other two kids were sleeping over.Relatives told WLEX the woman was a few months pregnant. Mohammad Qasim and the Afghan security forces have confiscated a suicide bombing vest along with some weapons and explosives from the suspect. Congress for sending a clear message to those who preach and practice terrorism for political gains, Modi said fight against terrorism has to be fought at many levels. By limiting Mowlana to only 2 countries, we do not do justice to a global personality who is truly cherished and admired across the world.
The group is allied with al-Qaida and the Afghan Taliban and cooperates with other terrorist organizations in the region.
Ferozudin Feroz to immediately follow up on the recommendations and pursue genuine reforms to improve delivery of health services to all Afghans. We applaud the MoPH for initiating an independent investigation on corruption in this key area.
Khan as competent nominees for the two key security posts and insisted that the approval of the two would help the security institutions to cut the wave of war by large extent. I think it’s a world that needs to be spoken to; Rumi is hugely popular in the United States. Screengrabs posted by Engadget showed the hackers notifying Zuckerberg of the breach using his own Twitter account.
Azizullah further added that the Taliban insurgents have fled on the other side of Durand Line from where they are targeting the residential houses with rockets. Ibrahim Saif Al Mazroui, Director of Traffic and Patrols Branch at Digdaga Police Station, said they received a call at 11am on Wednesday morning about the accident involving a 63-year-old UAE national, MAO, and his 39-year-old Asian wife, VM. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices. It identifies systemic vulnerabilities and recommendations and on how to counter corruption risks within the health sector in order to restore Government credibility and improve the confidence of the Afghan people. Now we look forward to see the report turned into tangible actions dealing with the problems in the health sector to ensure equal access to health services for all Afghans,” says EU Special Representative to Afghanistan, Ambassador Franz-Michael Mellbin.
And several countries saw increases in attacks and deaths, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, the Philippines, Syria and Turkey.



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