Soldier Killed, Several Injured In Major Taliban Attack In Afghanistan
Friday, 10 August 2018 Taliban terrorists have launched an attack on an Afghan provincial capital and heavy fighting is under way as security forces try to beat them back, with terrified residents cowering in their homes... ......
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan security forces backed by U.S. advisers and air strikes fought on Monday to drive Taliban fighters out of the embattled city of Ghazni, where hundreds of people have been killed or wounded during four days of fighting. An Afghan security guard walks during a Taliban attack in...
Reuters reports that the family of an Afghan boy who gained brief Internet fame after being , has been forced to flee his home after a Taliban attack. Murtaza Ahmadi, now aged 7, was photographed in a..
Wounded children and others were treated at a hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan on Wednesday after a car bomb targeting a British security contractor's compound in the Afghan capital exploded. The Taliban..
Afghan authorities were struggling on Wednesday to identify the group behind a suicide bomb attack that killed at least 55 people attending a gathering of religious scholars in Kabul after the Taliban..
According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Taliban militants attacked a border outpost in Afghanistan, killing 20 government soldiers in the latest assault compounding fears that the security forces..
KABUL, Afghanistan —At least 18 Afghan soldiers have been killed overnight in a Taliban attack in the western province of Herat, an official said Friday. The... WorldNews - Front PageAlso reported by •DNA •New Zealand Herald
[Afghanistan], Dec 7 (ANI): A Taliban attack in Shindad district here on Thursday night killed at least 14 soldiers of the Afghan National Army and kidnapped 20. Sify - IndiaAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •Seattle Times
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan official says the Taliban have killed 14 Afghan soldiers and taken another 21 captive in an overnight attack in the... Seattle Times - Front PageAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald