Egypt has strongly condemned an attack that targeted a UN convoy near Kabul, leaving five Afghan security members dead.
Egypt's Minister of Foreign affairs Sameh Shokry received Tuesday a video call from his Afghan counterpart.
Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign affairs condemned, Thursday a terror attack targeting the Afghan vice president's convoy in Afghanistan’s capital which left many innocent people killed and injured.
The two attacks caused the death of dozens of people including mothers and newborn babies.
A group of armed men, believed to be affiliated with the Taliban group, opened fire on a group of civilian workers of the US-run Bagram airfield.
It was not immediately clear how many attackers there were or who they were. It was not known if there were any casualties.
The Afghan security forces repulsed a coordinated Taliban attack in eastern Laghman province of Afghanistan, inflicting heavy casualties on the assailant militants.
The US military said an E-11A aircraft crashed in Afghanistan's Ghazni province, but disputed claims that the Taliban had brought the military plane down.
At least 50 people were wounded after an explosion occurred in the Bagram district of northern Parwan province close to Bagram airbase on Wednesday morning.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but a provincial official said the casualties were all Afghans.
A Taliban car bomb went off prematurely in a residential area in the northern Afghan province of Sar-e Pul.
The statement added that the Daesh militants also handed over 10 Ak-47 assault rifles to Special Forces.
Afghanistan's Special Forces killed Three Taliban militants during a security raid in the western Afghan province of Herat.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said that sustainable peace is a top priority for Afghanistan, Pajhowk news agency reported on Saturday.
According to officials, explosives were placed inside the mosque and detonated when the worshipers were busy in prayer, Tolo News reported.
Egypt strongly condemned the Afghanistan bombing that targeted a mosque during the Friday congregational prayer, killing 62 worshipers.
President Donald Trump’s decision to cancel Afghan peace talks will cost more American lives, Taliban said
At least three people were killed and another 30 wounded, a hospital director said.
Death toll from a car bomb explosion that took place in the eastern Afghan province of Ghazni climbed to four.
The 209th Shaheen Corps said in a statement that the Taliban militants shelled Khwaja Shabz Posh market earlier Friday.