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Iran vows to back Afghanistan following Kabul blast

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Iran’s FM spokesman while slamming Wed. terrorist attack near Afghanistan’s diplomatic zone, said Iran will always stand by the Afghan nation and government during difficult times. Bahram Ghasemi expressed condolences to the Afghan government and nation as well as the families of victims over a huge suicide bomb attack near the diplomatic area in Kabul on Wednesday morning, which killed at least 80 people and injured 300 others. Ghasemi voiced hope that political initiatives and talks between Afghan groups without intervention from certain regional and trans-regional countries accused of arming terrorists will raise a wall against such violent, inhumane acts that have targeted peace and stability in Afghanistan. “Terrorist attacks are condemned and unacceptable and must be responded to no matter where they occur or by which group or under whatever pretext”, Ghasemi stressed. He went on to add, “the suicide attack in Kabul this morning was another warning that negligence in combating terrorism and the continuation of support from certain countries in the region have caused a wide spread of such heinous acts in recent weeks”. “It is imperative that all peace-seeking countries give considerable attention to the issue of extremism, its roots, its promoters and sponsors”, he said.


Defeat for Afganistan ISIS in the region of Zabul.

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After that a senior U.S. military official in Kabul, briefing journalists on condition of anonymity, said Russia was giving machine guns and other medium-weight weapons to the Taliban, the Russia’s response is those are nosense allegations, which, considering the lack of any proof on their base, will have no consequences for the attitude of active engagement that Russia has, towards the Afganistan ‘s security problems. During the meeting, Karzai said he hoped Russia’s efforts in helping to bring peace and stability to Afghanistan will continue and that these will eventually lead to direct talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government. Lavrov made the remarks during a meeting with the former Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Moscow on Tuesday to continue cooperation with the aim of empowering Afghan government to garantee stability in its border and to work towards the prosperity of the Afghanistan

Terrorist attack in a military hospital in Kabul: 49 victims

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The victims in the terrorist attack in a military hospital in Kabul rises to 49. Salim Rassouli, director of Kabul hospitals has confirmed this statements. Gunmen went through the 400 bed, shooting doctors, patients and visitors. The attack on Afghanistan’s largest military hospital, close to the heavily fortified U.S. embassy, underlined warnings from security officials of an increase in high profile attacks in Kabul this year. Survivors have said that it was been difficult understand what happened but then they have seen people with Ak-47 and bombs.

Iran condemns terrorist attack in Afghan capital

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In a statement released on Wednesday afternoon iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi strongly condemned a deadly attack on a hospital in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday, which was claimed by islamic state. The only way to counter the sinister phenomenon of terrorism in the region and Afghanistan is a global consensus and determination to cut the supply routes to terrorists and end the material and moral support for them, the spokesman noted. The attack have killed  at least 30 people and wounding dozens more.

Explosions and gunfire in Kabul, Taliban claimed attacks

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Explosions and gunfire echoed in Kabul on Wednesday in two separate Taliban assalt, said afghan officials. A suicided bomber struck a district of the Afghan police and after that it is been a gun battle, said the Interior Minister. He added that minutes later another suicide bomber blew himself while he was trying to enter the Afghan Intelligence Agency in eastern Kabul. There are victims but the authorities don’t say the official number. The Afghan health ministry said 18 wounded people, some of them seriously, had so far been taken to hospitals. Taliban claimed both attacks.

Tuesday’s two bombing attacks in Kabul killed 30 people and wounded 78 others

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Officials revised the casualty toll after Tuesday’s deadly twin-bombings in Kabul and said 30 people had been killed and at least 78 wounded. The attack, which appeared coordinated, took place at around 4pm on Tuesday as a convoy of parliamentary staff was leaving the offices in Darulaman Road in PD6. According to reports a suicide bomber blew himself up first at the entrance to Parliament’s offices and then a suicide car bomber detonated his explosives.
Police immediately cordoned off the area and two hours after the attack ambulances could still be heard transporting the wounded to various hospitals in the city. Among the victims was the head of the NDS zone in the PD7 area who was reportedly killed while a female MP from Herat was among the wounded. No further details were released on the identities of the victims. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack soon after the incident.

Afghanistan’s President and CEO called on all Afghans to comply with the provisions of the nation’s constitution

President Ashraf Ghani and CEO Abdullah Abdullah on Thursday called on all Afghans to comply with the provisions of the nation’s constitution. The two officials had been speaking at a ceremony in Kabul to mark the 13th anniversary of the ratification of the Afghan constitution. Ghani also discussed the ongoing crisis that Afghans are currently facing and pledged to resolve issues in accordance with the laws of Afghanistan.
According to Ghani, his administration inherited major problems from the previous government, but vowed to resolve them with the help of the people. Ghani also called on government and non-government institutions to ensure the laws are implemented. In addition, Abdullah spoke on the implementation of the political agreement signed between the two officials during the establishment of the National Unity Government (NUG). He said, according to the NUG’s political accord, some amendments need to be considered in the constitution. Meanwhile he  highlighted the importance of the parliamentary system in Afghanistan he said  that new  proposals should not be interpreted as oppositions to the constitution. According to his position, constitutional amendment is one of the key items of the commitments made by the national unity government which is supposed to be discussed at a constitutional Loya Jirga.  The constitutional Loya Jirga stresses on the position of the chief executive or premiership and the issue is quite clear: a commission for the constitutional amendment was also agreed. Afghanistan currently has a centralized political system.

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