(Reuters) – The Afghanistan Cricket Board announced late Tuesday that India will host three Twenty20 matches against Afghanistan in January, marking the first time the two teams will meet in a multi-match white-ball series. The series will begin on January 11 in Mohali before shifting to Indore on January 14Read More →

ISLAMABAD – In light of the escalating crackdown on individuals implicated in terrorism, criminality, and the smuggling of US dollars, sugar, and fertilizer, the caretaker government has decided to deport 1.1 million Afghan nationals who are residing illegally in Pakistan. According to sources, the federal cabinet has given its approvalRead More →

On Tuesday, Afghanistan announced their squads for three one-day internationals and as many Twenty20 matches they will play in Zimbabwe next month. The three T20Is will go toward the ICC T20I rankings, while the three ODIs will count toward the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League. In the 13-teamRead More →

Authorities announced on Thursday that at least nine people were killed in two bomb blasts on different minibuses in Mazar-i-Sharif, a week after a deadly explosion rocked a Shiite mosque in the northern Afghan city. The incidence of violent public assaults has lessened since the Taliban retook authority in August,Read More →

On Sunday, five Pakistan Army troops were martyred in a terrorist attack across the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in the Kurram region. Lance Naik Ajab Noor, Ziaullah, Naheed Iqbal, Sajid Ali, and Sameerullah are among the Pakistan Army personnel who have chosen martyrdom, according to the ISPR. In reaction, the Pakistan ArmyRead More →

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The U.S. US Vice President Joe Biden urged on the Taliban on Sunday to “immediately release” the man thought to be the insurgents’ final American captive, saying that acknowledging the militants’ authority in Afghanistan would be impossible until he was free. The statement came on the eveRead More →

OSLO(AFP) – The Taliban will have discussions with Western authorities on human rights and humanitarian relief in Oslo next week, in their first formal visit to the West since regaining power, the Norwegian and Taliban governments said Friday. The visit, which will last from Sunday to Tuesday, will include meetingsRead More →

SLAMABAD: Pakistan is hosting the 17th emergency session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers today (Sunday) to discuss the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. The session was called at the request of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which serves as the OIC Summit Chair. PrimeRead More →

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan received a team from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member nations on Saturday ahead of the 17th Extraordinary Session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers, which is set to take place at Parliament House on Sunday. The session has been called at theRead More →