The latest news about Afghanistan
This is what happened to Safia Ferozi, the second Afghan female pilot, who was a refugee during her childhood.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry strongly condemned a suicide bomb attack by Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group on a crowded Shiite mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul that killed more than 30 people on Monday.
An Afghan activist says that violence against journalists has unprecedentedly increased this year, inasmuch as the rate of violence against media professionals during the past 10 months has been equal to the one in past eight years.
Afghanistan’s Minister of Counter Narcotics announced that less opium has been cultivated in the county in 2015, but it is not satisfactory yet.
Iran’s Ambassador and Charge d’Affaires to the United Nations, Gholamhossein Dehghani warned against the appearance of different terrorist groups derived from or affiliated to Daesh [ISIS] in Afghanistan. In his June 21 remarks, he noted that turning a blind eye towards the issue would lead to further deterioration of the situation there.
Photos of the reopening of a school for Afghan children after the Leader ordered that no Afghan migrant should be denied education in Iran.
A letter signed by the Taliban deputy leader warns Al-Baghdadi “against waging a parallel insurgency in Afghanistan".
The Afghan minister for refugees and repatriation has praised the Supreme Leader’s remarks that no Afghan children should be denied the right to education in Iran.
No country has made progress through charity aid, said Pir Mohammad Molazehi.
Iran views the establishment of American and NATO bases in the region as a threat to regional stability.
The United States says its military presence in war-weary Afghanistan will remain "significant" despite this year's drawdown.