Egypt condemned on the Sunday in the strongest terms the missile attack that targeted residential districts in Afghan capital, Kabul.
Egypt vehemently condemned the terrorist attack on an educational center in Kabul, leaving behind scores dead and injured.
Al Azhar, Egypt's top religious authority, condemned on Friday a terror attack that targeted a mosque during Friday prayers in Kabul killing and wounding a number of worshipers.
The two attacks caused the death of dozens of people including mothers and newborn babies.
It was not immediately clear how many attackers there were or who they were. It was not known if there were any casualties.
A Taliban car bomb went off prematurely in a residential area in the northern Afghan province of Sar-e Pul.
No group, including Taliban, has claimed responsibility for this attack.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said that sustainable peace is a top priority for Afghanistan, Pajhowk news agency reported on Saturday.
Military officials said the Special Forces arrested the Taliban militant in Kabul district of Kabul province.
President Donald Trump’s decision to cancel Afghan peace talks will cost more American lives, Taliban said
The attack which took place on Monday claimed the lives of 16 people and wounded 119 others, media cited officials as saying. Taliban claimed responsibility for the bombing.
Three U.S. service members and a contractor were killed by an improvised explosive device on Monday near Bagram air base close to Kabul, the U.S. military said.
An attack on a Shiite Muslim gathering in Kabul on Thursday has left 11 people dead.
A co-founder of the Taliban was appointed as the leader of its political office in Qatar to strengthen its hand in peace talks.
Afghan authorities on Tuesday collected 43 bodies from a government compound in the capital Kabul that was targeted by a suicide bomber and extremists armed with assault rifles on Monday.
US President Donald Trump has decided to pull a significant number of troops from Afghanistan.
An attack targeting members of Afghanistan's main intelligence agency just outside the capital Kabul on Tuesday killed at least four people.
At least 10 people were killed after a massive blast outside a British security company's compound in Kabul late Wednesday, officials said.
Afghans vote in parliamentary elections overshadowed by chaotic organisation, allegations of corruption and the threat of violence after decades of war.
At least 20 people have been killed including two Afghan journalists after twin blasts at a Kabul wrestling club on Wednesday that left another 70 wounded.