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Iran Hails UN Initiative of Enforcing Nationwide Ceasefire in Afghanistan

Iran’s Foreign Ministry has issued a statement in support of an initiative proposed by the UN secretary general with regards to the enforcement of a nationwide ceasefire in Afghanistan.
Iran Rejects US’ Report on Its Human Rights Situation

Iran Says ‘Alarmed’ by Consequences of Afghanistan Presidential Dispute

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has released an official statement on Sunday about the ongoing developments in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
Iran FM Meets Head of Taliban Political Office

Iran FM Meets Head of Taliban Political Office

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has met with head of the Taliban’s political office Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in Tehran in order to help promote peace and stability in Afghanistan.

Afghan Peace Process Must Include All Afghan Groups: Iran

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says all Afghan groups must be incorporated into a peace process supervised and supported by the central government of Afghanistan in order to bring back stability to the war-torn state.

Afghan People Vote in Presidential Elections despite Threats

Voting has begun in Afghanistan's presidential election, with over nine million registered voters potentially heading to the polls amid tight security measures.

Iran Confirms Taliban Delegation’s Visit

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says a delegation from the Afghan group of Taliban recently visited Iran within the framework of the Islamic Republic’s inclusive consultations with all parties in Afghanistan.

24 Killed as Car Bomb Targets Afghan President’s Campaign

At least 24 people have been killed and 31 others wounded after a car bomb exploded near an election campaign rally held by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in the country's northern Parwan province.

Iran Says US Forces Must Leave Afghanistan

Iran’s Envoy to the UN says any negotiations between Tehran and Washington, including a possible meeting between the two countries’ presidents, are out of the question as long as the US maintains its policy of economic terrorism against Iranians.

Iran Strongly Condemns Suicide Blast in Kabul

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has strongly denounced and expressed regret and hatred over a suicide bomb attack at a wedding ceremony in the Afghan capital Kabul, which left over 200 people dead or injured.

Suicide Bombing at Kabul Wedding Kills 63, Injures 200

A suicide bomb explosion turned a wedding party into a funeral on a busy Saturday night in the Afghan capital of Kabul, leaving at least 63 dead and almost 200 injured.