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US airstrike kills senior Afghan IS commanders

13 August, 2017

US military command names the Islamic State group's provincial emir for Kunar province as one of four militant leaders killed on Saturday.

IS 'playing whack-a-mole' in Afghanistan

10 August, 2017

In-depth: IS-Khorasan, the Afghan franchise of the Islamic State group's network, disappears from the site of one attack only to reappear in another, writes Mohammed Harun Arsalai.

Father of Afghan robotics girl killed in mosque attack

04 August, 2017

Fatema Qaderyan's brother said that their father died in Tuesday night's suicide bomb attack on the Jawadya mosque which killed dozens and was claimed by the Islamic State group.

Angry Shias to protest latest deadly Afghan attack

02 August, 2017

Shias, a minority of around three million in overwhelmingly Sunni Afghanistan, have regularly been targeted and accuse police and troops of failing to protect them.

At least 29 killed in Afghan Shia mosque attack

02 August, 2017

A suicide bomber and a gunman have killed at least 29 people and wounded 63 at a packed Shia mosque in Afghanistan's main western city of Herat.

A glimmer of hope as MSF opens Kunduz clinic

01 August, 2017

MSF secured Pentagon assurances that medics would not be targeted, but the military has either botched air raids or disregarded Afghan lives with reckless drone strikes, reports Mohammed Harun Arsalai.

IS claims attack on Iraq embassy in Kabul

31 July, 2017

The Islamic State group claimed it had attacked the Iraqi embassy in Kabul on Monday, as a series of explosions and the sound of gunfire shook the Afghan capital

Dozens killed by Taliban car bomb in Kabul

24 July, 2017

More than 24 people were killed and 42 wounded on Monday after a car bomb struck a bus carrying Afghan government employees through a Shia neighbourhood in Kabul.

Tackling Islamophobia must begin at home for Theresa may

10 July, 2017

Comment: Theresa May is arguably the chief purveyor of Islamophobic policies, making her claims to fight it beyond laughable, writes Usaid Siddiqui.

Choosing peace over justice: The return of Hekmatyar

06 July, 2017

One of Afghanistan's most notorious warlords has taken a seat with the other criminals and corrupt cronies in the nation's 'unity' government, writes Mohammed Harun Arsalai.

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