New Afghan Taliban video shows US, Australian hostages - Deutsche Welle

A new video showing two hostages pleading for their lives has been circulated online by the Afghan Taliban. The two men were kidnapped near the American University in Afghanistan five months ago. Afghanistan Taliban Kämpfer in der Ghazni Provinz ...

Afghanistan 'On The Brink' Of Ruin As Hundreds Of US Marines Head Back - Daily Caller

A Pakistani demonstrator with a masked face stands next to a riot policeman during a pro-Taliban rally in front of the Faysal Mosque in Islamabad, September 28, 2001. Pro-Taliban Pakistani Islamic groups, concerned about possible U.S. attacks on ...

Taliban release video showing American, Australian captives - Daily Mail

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Taliban have released a video showing an American and an Australian who were kidnapped in August, the first time they've been seen since their abduction. The two men, an American identified as Kevin King and an ...

American And Australian Hostages Shown In New Video Released By Taliban - Huffington Post

The two captive men are shown pleading with the U.S. government to negotiate their release. 01/11/2017 02:10 pm ET. James Mackenzie. KABUL (Reuters) - The Afghan Taliban released a video on Wednesday showing an Australian and an American ...

Angola announces first 2 cases of Zika, but strain not clear - WHIO

Johannesburg — Angola has announced its first two cases of the Zika virus, but it is not clear whether the strain is the one spreading through the Americas. The Portuguese news agency Lusa says one case involved a French citizen. The other was found ...

Afghan officials probe attacks as death toll rises to at least 50 - The Star Online

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan security officials began investigating Tuesday's attacks in the capital Kabul and the southern city of Kandahar as the death toll climbed to over 50, including five diplomats from the United Arab Emirates. The Ministry of the ...

US report: Afghan forces not yet capable of securing country - mySanAntonio.com

FILE -- In this Dec. 9, 2016 file photo, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, right, and U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter, left, wave after a press conference at presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan. A U.S. report released Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 ...

Dozens killed in Kabul suicide bombings, Kandahar blast - Big Country Homepage

(CNN) - Deadly attacks ripped across Afghanistan on Tuesday, with two suicide bombings near the Afghan Parliament in Kabul, an explosion at a Kandahar province government compound and a suicide bombing in Helmand province -- strikes leaving ...

2 bombings by Taliban slay 38 in Afghan capital - Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

A member of the Afghan security forces stands guard near the site of two blasts in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017. KABUL, Afghanistan -- Two large bombs, one triggered by a suicide attacker, exploded near government offices Tuesday, killing ...

Taliban say they didn't plant bomb wounding UAE diplomats - Al-Arabiya

UAE Ambassador Juma Mohammed Abdullah al-Kaab, center, stands next to Nasrin Oryakhil, left, Afghanistan's minister of Labor, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled, during an official ceremony of the Foundation for Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan orphanage ...

Kabul calls for UN action against Islamabad - Millennium Post

A day after an international meeting in Islamabad to pave way for peace talks between Kabul and the Taliban, Afghanistan launched a stinging attack on Pakistan for aiding terrorist groups and asked the Security Council to take action on governments ...

At Least 52 Killed In Series Of Attacks Across Afghanistan - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Afghan officials say twin bombings near parliament in Kabul killed at least 38 people on January 10, while a powerful blast at a government guesthouse in southern Kandahar left at least seven dead, including five diplomats from the United Arab Emirates.

Twin bombings in Kabul kill 38, dozens injured - NewsX

Kabul: At least 38 people were killed and several others wounded in two suicide blasts near a government office along a busy road in the western part of Kabul on Tuesday. "Two suicide blasts rocked near a sub-office of the National Directorate of ...

50 dead in Afghan bombings - The Nation

KABUL - Bombings across three Afghan cities including Kabul killed around 50 people Tuesday, in a day of carnage that shattered a relative lull in violence as Taliban insurgents escalate a deadly winter campaign. At least nine people died when ...

Twin Blasts Kill Dozens In Kabul, Afghanistan - KASU

Afghan security personnel arrive at the site of two bombs on Tuesday near the Afghan parliament in Kabul. Wakil Kohsar / AFP/Getty Images. Two bomb blasts near the parliament building in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, have killed at least 30 people and ...

Dozens killed in suicide attacks across Afghanistan - euronews

Dozens of people have been killed in Afghanistan in one of the worst outbreaks of violence in recent weeks. Share Video. http://www.euronews.com/2017/01/10/dozens-killed-in-suicide-attacks-across-afghanistan.

Twin blasts claimed by Taliban kill more than 30 people in Kabul - NOLA.com

KABUL -- Apparent Taliban bombers struck some of Afghanistan's most heavily guarded sites Tuesday, setting off twin blasts outside security agencies in the Afghan capital and targeting a VIP compound in southern Afghanistan. More than 30 people were ...

Turkey condemns twin suicide attacks in Kabul - APA

Turkey strongly condemned the twin suicide bomb attacks on Tuesday which killed at least 23 people and injured dozens in the heart of the Afghan capital Kabulç APA reports quoting Anadolu agency. “We strongly condemn the terrorist attack which targeted ...

Afghanistan bombings: Dozens killed across the country - BBC News

Dozens of people have been killed in a series of militant attacks on Tuesday throughout Afghanistan. Up to 30 people were killed and 80 wounded in twin bombings near the parliament in the capital, Kabul. Blasts at the governor's guesthouse in Kandahar ...

Asia Pacific|Bombings Near Afghanistan's Parliament Kill Dozens on Day of Assaults - New York Times

Dozens of people were killed on Tuesday when bombs were set off near the Afghan Parliament in Kabul. The attack came as workers were leaving for the day, officials said. By REUTERS. Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters. Watch in Times Video ». embed.