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PARIS (AP) -- Four migrants were shot and wounded today during a confrontation in France's port city of Calais, with an Afghan migrant apparently firing the shots, the French Interior Ministry said. Afghan and Eritrean migrants in the city, a gateway to Britain, had been fighting with sticks and stones before ...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump told visiting members of the U.N. Security Council today the U.S. would no longer talk with the Taliban after a recent string of deadly attacks in Afghanistan. Trump railed against a series of "atrocities" in Afghanistan and said as a result the U.S. would not ...

In addition to the bomb attack in Kabul that occurred in June, there have been numerous attacks in Afghanistan over the past year. In late August, 'Islamic State' militants stormed a mosque, killing at least 20 people. In February, the Afghan Supreme Court was attacked by a suicide bomber, killing 20 people.
Both the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) and the Afghan Supreme Court have called the act a war crime and a crime against humanity. Many activists and civil society activists have stated that the government is an accomplice in the massacre for not responding to the constant ...
Or the February suicide attack targeting the Afghan Supreme Court's staff, which left nine women dead and seven injured. The list goes on. Following the trend of previous reports, in which every year brings higher casualties than the last, UNAMA documented a total of 1,662 war-related civilian deaths, and ...
KABUL, Afghanistan -- All around Kabul, the broken glass was being swept and the dead were still being buried on Thursday. They were the most visible signs of the toll taken by the huge truck bombing in the capital the day before, but another casualty of the violence may yet come into view: a new attempt ...

KABUL, Afghanistan -- A truck bomb devastated a central area of Kabul near the presidential palace and foreign embassies on Wednesday, one of the deadliest strikes in the long Afghan war and a reminder of how the capital itself has become a lethal battlefield. In one moment, more than 80 lives ended, ...
The Afghan Supreme Court was targeted on February 7, leaving 21 people dead including nine women. Then a suicide bombing on February 11 in Laskar Gah, the center of Helmand province, caused death and injuries to over a dozen people. In Pakistan, on the other hand, a suicide bomber attacked ...
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A suicide bombing near the offices of the Afghan Supreme Court in central Kabul during the evening rush hour on Tuesday killed more than a dozen people and wounded many more, officials said. Witnesses said a suicide bomber walked up to the entrance of the court as workers ...
Sentences of 16 years for nine other men were also confirmed by the Afghan Supreme Court on March 7, while the court upheld the 10-year sentence against the minor. Video of Malikzada's brutal murder circulated on social media and shocked people across Afghanistan. Police later confirmed there was ...
Anisa Rassouli, who has been a judge for 24 years and is the current head of Kabul's juvenile court. Photograph: Jim Huylebroek. The first female nominee for Afghanistan's supreme court has failed to win enough votes in parliament. Anisa Rassouli received 88 votes, nine short of the 97 needed for her ...
In addition to the bomb attack in Kabul that occurred in June, there have been numerous attacks in Afghanistan over the past year. In late August, 'Islamic State' militants stormed a mosque, killing at least 20 people. In February, the Afghan Supreme Court was attacked by a suicide bomber, killing 20 people.
Both the Afghanistan Independent human rights Commission (AIHRC) and the Afghan Supreme Court have called the act a war crime and a crime against humanity. Many activists and civil society activists have stated that the government is an accomplice in the massacre for not responding to the constant ...
Or the February suicide attack targeting the Afghan Supreme Court's staff, which left nine women dead and seven injured. The list goes on. Following the trend of previous reports, in which every year brings higher casualties than the last, UNAMA documented a total of 1,662 war-related civilian deaths, and ...
Kabul, Afghanistan -- A truck bomb devastated a central area of Kabul near the presidential palace and foreign embassies on Wednesday, one of the deadliest strikes in the long Afghan war and a reminder of how the capital itself has become a lethal battlefield. In one moment, more than 80 lives ended, ...
Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) gunmen disguised as medical personnel stormed a military hospital near the US embassy in Kabul on Wednesday, killing at least 30 people in a six-hour siege before Afghan Security Forces killed the attackers, authorities said. The ISIS-affiliated news agency Amaq said the terror ...
Kabul, Afghanistan -- The Taliban set off two explosions in quick succession in the capital on Wednesday, killing 23 people and wounding 106, according to Afghan officials. Three of the dead were security force members, but most of the rest were believed to be civilians. Officials said a bomb first went off ...

A fresh wave of terror in the AfPak region is another reminder about the need for an honest partnership.. By Mushtaq Rahim for The Diplomat. February 23, 2017. Afghanistan and Pakistan experienced one of the most heinous stretches in their recent past this February. The Afghan Supreme Court was targeted on February ...
Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) At least 20 people are dead after a suicide blast Tuesday outside Afghanistan's Supreme Court in Kabul, police and other officials told CNN. A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in a parking lot near the court in the Afghan capital, according to Basir Mojahid, spokesman for ...
First female nominee fails to win seat on Afghan Supreme Court. Conservatives attacked nomination of Anisa Rassouli, with one MP objecting on grounds that menstruating women were not allowed to touch Qur'an. Anisa Rassouli, who has been a judge for 24 years and is the current head of Kabul's ...
In February, the Afghan Supreme Court was attacked by a suicide bomber, killing 20 people. In March, two attacks occurred with one in Kabul ...
Both the Afghanistan Independent human rights Commission (AIHRC) and the Afghan Supreme Court have called the act a war crime and a ...
Or the February suicide attack targeting the Afghan Supreme Court's staff, which left nine women dead and seven injured. The list goes on.
The site of a huge explosion in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, on Wednesday. Credit Shah Marai/Agence France-Presse -- Getty Images.
Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) gunmen disguised as medical personnel stormed a military hospital near the US embassy in Kabul on Wednesday, ...
Previously, ISIS has focused on bombing civilians as it did last month outside the Afghan Supreme Court. Wednesday's attack marks the first ...
Smoke from the bombing on Wednesday at a police station in Kabul, Afghanistan. Credit Rahmat Gul/Associated Press. KABUL, Afghanistan ...
Men carry the coffin of a relative who died in a suicide attack on the Supreme Court in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017. RAHMAT ...
Afghans at a hospital in Mazar-i-Sharif on Wednesday unloaded the coffin of an employee of the International Committee of the Red Cross who ...
Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) At least 20 people are dead after a suicide blast Tuesday outside Afghanistan's Supreme Court in Kabul, police and ...
Kabul: A suicide bomber on foot ripped through a crowd of Afghan Supreme Court employees today, killing at least 20 people and wounding ...
On February 7, 2017, the Afghan Supreme Court was attacked by an insurgent who detonated a suicide vest, killing more than 20 people.
There can be no justification in any religion or creed ~ however fundamentalist and potentially mortal ~ for the kind of outrage that convulsed Kabul last week.
"Three months later, two similar attacks during the religious festival of Ashura claimed about 30 lives and in November 2016 an attack at a mosque in Kabul killed more than 30".
Another ISIS suicide bomber killed 22 in an attack on the Afghan Supreme Court in February. If they're not coordinating their attacks, the two militant groups may be learning from each other.
The Afghan Supreme Court was targeted on February 7, leaving 21 people dead including nine women. Then a suicide bombing on February 11 in Laskar Gah, the center of Helmand province, caused death and injuries to over a dozen people.
In the first week of February, a suicide bomber ripped through a crowd of Afghan Supreme Court employees killing at least 20 people and wounding 41 others.
(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Kabul- A suicide bomber on foot ripped through a crowd of Afghan Supreme Court employees Tuesday, killing at least 20 people and wounding 41 others in the second attack on government institutions in under a month.
... Ministry of Defiance, said 21 attackers were also killed in the fighting. In recent weeks violence has flared up in Afghanistan.
... brother of the Prime Minister. Both the Nawaz Sharif administration and the Rawalpindi GHQ must be acutely aware of the intelligence failure despite alerts advanced on 7 February in the immediate aftermath of the outrage near the Afghan Supreme Court.
Kandahar, Afghanistan -- Afghan officials and local residents said Sunday that 22 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed during a joint operation carried out by U.S.
Islamic State jihadists are seeking to expand their presence in the country despite a US-backed government offensive against their strongholds in eastern Afghanistan.
The statement comes after a suicide bomber targeted the Afghan Supreme Court in Kabul killing at least 21 people and wounding more than 40 others.
The terrorist organization claimed responsibility for Tuesday's deadly suicide bombing in Kabul, targeting mostly employees of the Afghan Supreme Court. That attack killed at least 21 people and wounded more than 40 others, including female judges and ...
The bombing on Tuesday has stoked fears that the radical group could be spreading out from its traditional strongholds along the country's mountainous border with Pakistan.
religious scholars and members of the public in Herat province on Wednesday condemned in the strongest possible terms the suicide attack on the Afghan Supreme Court in Kabul which killed at least 21 people. They said that the killing of civilians is ...
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Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) - At least 20 people are dead after a suicide blast Tuesday outside Afghanistan's Supreme Court in Kabul, police and other officials told CNN.
At least 20 dead in bomb blast outside Afghan Supreme Court. Reuters Videos February 7, 2017. At least 20 people are killed in a bomb blast outside the Supreme Court in Kabul in what appears to be the latest in a series of attacks on the country's ...
Afghanistan: "At least 21 people were killed Tuesday in Kabul when a suicide bomber blew himself up near a gate at the Afghan Supreme Court, authorities said. Ministry of public health spokesman Wahidullah Mayar said nine women were among the ...


 

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