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The Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) thwarted a twin suicide attack plot in capital Kabul by arresting one of the would-be suicide bombers. The Ministry of Interior (MoI) said the detained would-be suicide bomber is a 12-year-old boy who was appointed by the Taliban group to carry out the attack. According to MoI, the boy has been identified as Mohammad Yaqoob son of Sher Mohammad who has confessed that he was trained in Juma Khani training camp in Imam Sahib district of Kunduz province. Yaqoob has also added that the training camp was supervised by TAliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghafoor and was appointed by him to carry out the attack 20 days ago. He was due to detonate a Vehicle-borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) in a populated area of the city while another suicide bomber was given the task target the crowd after the first explosion. MoI said the child managed to flee and was on his way to Kunduz province when he was arrested by the security forces. This comes as a teenage suicide bomber assigned for a suicide attack by the Taliban group was arrested by the Afghan intelligence operatives from Kabul city last month. The Afghan children have regularly been recruited by the militant groups, the Taliban and the Haqqani network for the terrorist related activities, including suicide attacks. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will likely visit Afghanistan to inaugurate the $300 Salma Dam built with the financial support of India, it has been reported. It is believed Modi will stop over in Afghanistan on his way to the US in early June, according to the Times of India. This comes as the Afghan and Indian officials held talks regarding the inauguration of the dam earlier this month.
Built on Harirod river, the dam is expected to produce 42 megawatt of electricity and will irrigate around 75,000 hectares of agricultural land. India has played a crucial role by participating in the rebuilding of Afghanistan following the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001. Since 2002, the Government of India has committed USD 2 billion dollars to the socio-economic rebuilding of the Afghan state and society in accordance with the development priorities of the Government and the people of Afghanistan. Two top commanders of the anti-government armed militants were killed in an airstrike by the Afghan Air Force (AAF) in eastern Kunar province. The 201st Silab Corps of the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces said the airstrike was carried out in Ghaziabad district. According to a statement by 201st Silab Corps, the Afghan Air Force (AAF) used A-29 light attacks aircraft in the raid which left at least 17 dead including two commanders of the militants. The statement further added that the commanders killed in the airstrike have been identified as Hamza and Akbar. A mortar and rocket launcher along with 3 Ak-47 assault rifles and various other types of explosives belonging to the militants were also destroyed in the airstrike.
The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the report so far. The Afghan forces have stepped counter-terrorism operations to suppress the insurgency activities of the militant groups as the insurgents are attempting to increase terrorist attacks by launching their spring offensive. The Afghan forces are vastly utilizing the newly-added state of the art equipment including the A-29 Super Tucano fixed-wing aircraft to suppress the anti-government armed militant groups. The Afghan Air Force A-29 Super Tucano pilots have flown more than 260 sorties since January when they received the first batch of the light attack aircraft from the United States. The Afghan government has signed the draft peace agreement with Hezb-e-Islami group led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Deputy Chief Executive Mohammad Khan said. He told reporters that the draft agreement has been signed and will become enforceable once the Hezb-e-Islami party signs it. Khan further added that the group has agreed to have no links with the anti-government armed militant groups, insisting that Hekmatyar’s only demand is to remove his name from the international blacklist. Welcoming Hezb-e-Islami’s decision to join peace process, Khan said the agreement will have a positive impact on security situation of the country.
According to Khan, the exact location where Hekmatyar is based is not clear so far but insisted that the government welcomes his return to the country.
He also added that Hekmatyar has neither demanded any privileges for joining peace process nor any post in the government.
Khan said the draft agreement was signed by Hezb-e-Islami representatives and Afghan peace council officials in the residence of Pir Syed Ahmad Gilani.
Khan hoped that the international community will help in removing restrictions on Hezb-e-Islami party. This comes as the United States earlier welcomed political negotiations between the Afghan government and Hezb-e-Islami party led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar. However, Kirby said the United States will continue to seek reconciliation conditions, including that any reconciled group must end the violence. The Taliban militants have reportedly captured Surkh Kotal in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan following days of heavy clash. A local security official confirmed that the Afghan forces retreated from the area after they were under siege for several days. The official further added that the security personnel under the siege of the Taliban insurgents were rescued from the area.
The Taliban group earlier claimed that several security personnel were killed during the clash with the Taliban insurgents. Heavy clashes in Surkh Kotal erupted late on Saturday night as the security officials claimed that at least 28 Taliban insurgents were killed or wounded.
The area fell to Taliban control despite continuous raids by the Afghan security forces to disperse the assailant militants. The Ministry of Defense said Tuesday that 31 militants were killed in the air and ground operations of the Afghan security forces in Surkh Kotal and Baghlan Markzai district. Surkh Kotal is located in the outskirts of Baghlan near province where and the area has been witnessing violence during the past several months.
The Chinese President Xi Jinping has reaffirmed Beijing’s military support to the Afghan security forces during a meeting with the Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah. The Office of the Chief Executive in a statement said the Chinese President reaffirmed military aid as well as supporting Afghanistan in development and rehabilitation projects.
The statement further added that the Chinese leader also announced Beijing’ support towards the Afghan-led peace process. The remarks by Jinping followed after CEO Abdullah urged China to use its influence in persuading the regional countries to fight terrorism and help maintain peace and stability in the region, specifically in Afghanistan.
Abdullah urged China to help the Afghan security forces as they continue to face the menace of regional terrorism with insurgents from the eastern and central parts of Asia pouring into Afghanistan. The commitment by Jinping comes as the country’s Chief of Army earlier pledged over $70 million to help support and equip the Afghan security forces. During his visit to Afghanistan earlier in March, Chief of China’s People’s Liberation Army Mr. The United States has welcomed political negotiations between the Afghan government and Hezb-e-Islami party led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar. Kirby further added that all relevant groups, including Hezb-e-Islami of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, should be a part of such a political dialogue so that Afghans can talk directly to other Afghans about the future of their country.


Meanwhile, he said the United States will continue to seek reconciliation conditions, including that any reconciled group must end the violence. A Chechen militant identified as Omar Chechen was killed along with five others during the clashes in north of Afghanistan.
According to the security sources, the Chechen militant was killed in Bghlan-e-Markazi district of northern Baghlan province.
The sources further added that five others including a commander of the militants identified as Qari Zahir were also killed during the clashes and 8 others were wounded. The security situation in northern Baghlan province has been sharply deteriorating during the recent months which follow by a large a military operation launched to clear areas of Dand-e-Ghori and Dand-e-Shahabuddin near Pul-e-Khumri city earlier this year.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) announced Tuesday at least 31 militants were killed in separate air and ground operations of the Afghan security forces in Surkh Kotal and Baghlan-e-Markazi district. According to reports, heavy clashes continue between the Afghan forces and the militant in Surkh Kotal after the militants launched a major attack on security posts late on Saturday night.
The Afghan intelligence operatives busted one of the most dangerous kidnapping gangs in western Herat province of Afghanistan. The National Directorate of Security (NDS) said the gang consisted of 16 kidnappers and was led by Ghulam Farooq who is also famous as Abdul Ghafar.
A statement by NDS said the other leader of the gang has been identified as Lal Mohammad who is also famous as Zarif while the third leader of the gang has been identified as Taj Mir. The statement further added that the gang was actively operating in Herat province in the past 8 months and had kidnapped at least 10 people. The gang had demanded large ransoms from the families of the hostage for their release, NDS said, adding that three of the hostages have been identified as Abdul Wahab, Abdul Qadir and Nazir Ahmad who were killed by the gang.
NDS also added that the gang had established at least 8 cells in Herat province where they were keeping the hostages on temporary basis.
Kidnap for ransom cases still continue in parts of the country despite the Afghan intelligence nabbed two MAFIA bosses involved in major kidnappings who were later executed by the government. The two top MAFIA leaders, Habib Istalif and Raees Khudaidad, were executed late in 2014 and early in 2015 after they were arrested by intelligence operatives. The NDS operatives released a hostage during an operation conducted in central Wardak province of Afghanistan late in the month of February. The operation was conducted as the kidnappers were demanding a huge ransom of $1 million from the family of the hostage, forcing the intelligence operatives to intervene and secure his release. A commander of the al-Qaeda terrorist network was killed with four others during separate airstrikes involving unmanned aerial vehicle of the US forces in Afghanistan. The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said the airstrikes were carried out in southern Zabul and northern Kunduz provinces. According to a statement by MoD, the al-Qaeda commander killed in the airstrike has been identified as Mullah Mohammad Ali. The statement further added that the militants were involved in major terrorist attacks and atrocities committed against the citizens of the country. The airstrike targeting the al-Qaeda comes amid concerns that the terrorist network is attempting to consolidate operations with the other militant groups, including the Taliban insurgents in a bid to expand foothold in the country. Meanwhile, the Afghan and US forces have stepped up counter-terrorism operations against the terrorist groups in Afghanistan, including the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group. According to reports, the US Air Force dropped 251 bombs and missiles targeting mainly the loyalists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group in Afghanistan during the months of January and February. On the other hand, the Afghan forces are routinely targeting the terrorist groups in Afghanistan with increased capabilities, specifically with the addition of more combat helicopters and fixed wing light attack planes. The Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah has said he is ready to have meal together with the notorious warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar in one table in a bid to help serve the national interests of the country. The remark by Abdullah comes as the Afghan government is expecting to finalize a peace deal with Hezb-e-Islami led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar. In an interview with BBC, Abdullah said any step that would reduce tensions would be welcomed, emphasizing that the people of Afghanistan would welcome if negotiations between Hezb-e-Islami and Afghan High Peace Council yielded positive results. Abdullah further added that the situation has changed as he had the support of the party under the leadership of Arghandiwal. Abdullah said he did not have the opportunity to jointly have meal with Hekmatyar when he joined the Islamic Republic government of Afghanistan but emphasized it would be not be bad if he has the opportunity to do it. He also added that the personal interests cannot create barriers when the issue of national interest comes forward, insisting that a peace deal with Hezb-e-Islami will not have a major affect to completely change the situation in the country.
However, he said he is hopeful that the other groups will learn from him and join peace talks with the Afghan government. Hekmatyar is considered is a notorious warlord for his involvement in the devastating civil war and insurgency following activities following the fall of the Taliban group. Earlier, the group was insisting on full withdrawal of the foreign forces from the country to participate in peace talks, a similar demand put forward by the Taliban group for peace talks.
The Afghan government approved in principle the strategy to fight the enemy moles (secret agents) during a meeting of the National Security Council chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani.
According to the Office of the President, the decision was taken following a comprehensive discussion regarding the issue. The relevant authorities were instructed to implement the strategy in the tactical level after approving the strategy in principle. The defense and security ministers also presented their reports regarding the security situation of Helmand, Uruzgan, Kunduz, Jawzjan, Baghaln, Faryab and Kunar provinces. The Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) personnel were hailed for their bravery, sensitivity, and competence in fight against the enemy forces. The National Security Council issued necessary instructions to the security institutions to take necessary measures to prevent outbreak of security threats in the country. The strategy to fight the enemy moles has been approved in principle amid concerns that the enemy forces are attempting to infiltrate among the security forces. Earlier, the newly-nominated Intelligence Chief, Masoom Stanikzai, vowed to take all necessary measures to fight against the conspiracies of the enemies of the country. The Ministry of Interior (MoI) released the photos of the would-be suicide bomber and the Vehicle-borne Improvised Explosive Device which the bomber wanted to use in targeting the Ministry of Interior compound.
According to MoI, the suicide bomber was arrested from Jamhuriat Hospital road located which goes towards the Ministry of Interior compound.
The photos show the would-be suicide bomber with bruises on his face and blood stains covered his clothes as the security forces are taking him away from the site where he was arrested. Other photographs show large amount of explosives recovered from the hatchback vehicle which was in custody of the suicide bomber as he was attempting to target the ministry. Earlier, reports emerged that the suicide bomber managed to breach a number of the security posts located on the road towards the ministry compound.
Meanwhile, the Taliban group rejected that the group’s suicide bomber was arrested by the security forces in Kabul today.
The latest attack attempt by the militant groups comes almost a month after a deadly attack rocked capital Kabul which left at least 64 people dead and 347 others wounded.
The Afghan national security forces managed to thwart at least five major attacks in capital Kabul plotted by the notorious Haqqani terrorist network during the past one month.
Meanwhile, the Resolute Support mission in a statement said Monday that a major rocket attack plot on Kabul city was foiled as the Afghan security personnel seized three 122 mm rockets before the militants manage to fire them on the city.
The NATO Foreign Ministers are expected to outline the future support of the alliance to Afghanistan during the upcoming foreign ministerial in Brussels.
The official further added that the meeting will take place less than two months before the Warsaw Summit. The official also added that the alliance expect to continue to support the financial sustainment of the Afghan security forces, including through 2020; and to develop a long-term strong political partnership and practical cooperation with Afghanistan. This comes as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and partners reaffirmed commitment to support financial sustainment of the Afghan National Security Forces at plenary meeting of the Afghan National Army Trust Fund Board last Wednesday.
During the meeting announcements were made of continued financial support for the sustainment of the Afghan security forces up to 2020. In December last year, NATO and Resolute Support Partner Foreign Ministers agreed to work towards national decisions to be announced at, or prior to, the Warsaw Summit confirming financial commitments to support the Afghan security forces until 2020. At least 31 militants were killed in separate operations of the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) in northern Baghlan province, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) said.
The operations were conducted in Surkh Kotal and Baghlan Markazi areas of Baghlan involving air and ground forces of the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF).
According to a statement by MoD, at least 7 militants were killed and 11 others were wounded during a ground operation of the Afghan forces. The statement further added that the Afghan Air Force (AAF) also pounded militants in Surkh Kotal area, leaving at least 24 dead. An 82 mm artillery of the militants was also destroyed along with a Dshk heavy machine gun during the airstrike, MoD added. The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the reports so far.
This comes at least 13 militants were killed in an airstrike in Surkh Kotal area of Baghlan province earlier. The intensified raids by Afghan forces on militants follows by clashes erupted among the Taliban militants and the Afghan security forces in the same area on Saturday night.
According to the local officials, at least 28 militants were killed or wounded during the gun battle which erupted following an attack by the militants on security posts.
The United States will not oppose the ongoing the ongoing political talks between the Afghan government and the Hezb-e-Islami party led by notorious warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.


The delegation of Hezb-e-Islami arrived for peace talks with the Afghan government in mid March following the conclusion of Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) meeting on Afghan peace process. The Afghan High Peace Council officials have said they have reached to an agreement on majority of the 25 conditions of Hezb-e-Islami to join peace process.
Earlier, Mohammad Ismail Qasimyar, international relations adviser to Afghanistan High Peace Council, said Hekmatyar is expected to visit Kabul to sign the agreement.
According to the High Peace Council officials, Hekmatyar has demanded the release of Hezb-e-Islami prisoners with the signing of the agreement besides removing his name together with his party member’s from the international blacklist. Earlier, the group was insisting on full withdrawal of the foreign forces from the country to participate in peace talks. However, Hekmatyar stepped back from his demands for the complete withdrawal of foreign forces with an official of Hezb-e-Islami Amin Karim Hekmatyar is no longer demanding that all foreign troops leave Afghanistan. Over 80 Taliban insurgents were killed or wounded in a series of operations conducted by the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) forces in southern Kandahar province.
The 205th Corps of the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces in a statement said the operations were conducted in the vicinity of Shahwali Kot district. According to a statement by 205th Atal Corps, at least 41 militants were killed and 42 others were wounded during the operations. The statement further added that the operations were led by the commander of 205th Atal Corps and the main aim of the operations was to clear the main Kandahar-Tarin Kot highway. At least 15 different types of Improvised Explosive Device (IED) were also discovered and defused during the operations, MoD added. The Afghan forces have stepped up counter-terrorism operations in southern Kandahar province as the militant groups are attempting to expand their insurgency activities with the launch of their spring offensive earlier last month. At least 8 militants were killed and 15 others were wounded during an air raid in Arghandab district last week. Earlier, at least 32 militants were killed and 18 others were wounded during the operations in Shahwali Kot district.
A suicide bomber was shot by the Afghan security forces before he manage to target the Ministry of Interior (MoI) compound in Kabul. According to reports, the suicide bomber was driving a car packed with explosives and was looking to detonate it inside the ministry compound.
The suicide bomber was identified by the security personnel who acted immediately by opening fire on him as he had reportedly breached several check points. This comes as Kabul was hit by a deadly suicide attack earlier last month which left at least 64 people dead and 347 others wounded. Separate demonstrations are due to be organized in Japan, Austria and Australia today a day after a massive demonstration was organized in capital Kabul. Ahmad Behzad, one of the organizers of the demonstrations, said the demonstrations would be organized near the Embassy of Afghanistan and the Parliament of Australia. He said demonstrations would also be organized in Tokyo, near the parliament of Japan, to protest against discrimination and injustice. According to Behzad, the demonstrations in Tokyo would have a key role as the country is one of the main donors of the 500kV TUTAP project. Behzad also added that the demonstrations in Austria will be organized in three main cities of the country, including Vienna.
Hundreds of thousands of people participated in the massive demonstration in capital Kabul on Monday as the protesters demanded the implementation of TUTAP project through Bamyan and Wardak provinces. The massive demonstration led to the closure of main roads in the city amid concerns that the protest could turn violent.
The Afghan government earlier said the decision for implementing TUTAP through Salang was taken by cabinet of the former government in 2013 but the unity government delayed the project for 6 months to ensure supply to electricity to Bamyan. Vowing to modify the project, the Palace in a statement, said the government has arranged funds for the supply of electricity to Bamyan which would be concluded until 2018 and will arrange 300 megawatt of electricity which is more than the earlier plans considered for Bamyan to provide 30 megawatt electricity until 2023. The Afghan government has currently suspended the procurement and execution work of the project as President Ghani has ordered a commission to review all related documents regarding the project.
At least 20 Taliban insurgents were killed in a drone strike in northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan, local officials said. The airstrike was carried out earlier today in Dasht-e-Archi district targeting two vehicles of the Taliban insurgents.
Provincial police spokesman Hejratullah Akbari said the two vehicles were targeted around 10:00 am local time in Mullah Quli area.
He said preliminary reports suggest a number of the Taliban commanders were also among those killed in the airstrike. Kunduz is among the relatively volatile provinces in northern Afghanistan were anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating in a number of its districts and often carry out insurgency activities.
The Taliban militants launched a major offensive during the recent weeks in a bid to capture key parts of Kunduz province, including the strategic Kunduz city which was seized by the group last year.
The offensive was launched as the group announced its spring offensive earlier last month and vowed to carry out more attacks across the country.
Meanwhile, the Afghan National Security Forces arrested a military chief of the Taliban group, Qari Salim, arrested during a special night raid late last month. Qari Salim was a key leader of the Taliban group who played a vital role in the collapse of Kunduz city last year. Afghanistan and China signed six documents on bilateral cooperation during Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah’s visit to China.
The Office of the Chief Executive in a statement said the documents included 2 agreements, 1 Memorandum of Understanding and 3 Exchange Notes.
The statement further added that the documents were signed in the presence of CEO Abdullah and China’s Prime Minister. The first agreement was signed by the Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock of Afghanistan , the statement said, adding that the agreement will pave the way for bilateral cooperation between the two nations on production and export of Afghan Saffron.
The second agreement was signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan Salahuddin Rabbani for the technical cooperation of China to Afghanistan, having a value of 500 Chinese Yuan.
The third agreement signed between the two nations was on bilateral cooperation between Kabul and Beijing on Silk Route which was also signed by Foreign Minister Rabbani and his Chinese counterpart. The three other documents signed include construction of an auditorium in Kabul University, 50 million Yuan non-emergency aid by China to Afghanistan and survey for the construction of cost-effective houses for the government employees. A major rocket attack plot on Kabul city was foiled as the Afghan security personnel seized three 122 mm rockets before the militants manage to fire them on the city. The statement further added that the MCTF members acted on source information and seized three 122 mm rockets aimed at the city of Kabul. According to RS, the 122 mm rockets are a fairly rare occurrence in Afghanistan and deliver devastating effects from their 40+ pound warhead. This comes as the anti-government armed militant groups have been attempting to carry out attacks in capital Kabul. Several suspects were arrested and various types of weapons and explosives were confiscated from the detained militants in connection to the attack plots. President Ghani also thanked the Afghan security forces for maintaining security for the massive demonstration and preventing the enemy conspiracies to conduct destructive activities as the country is on a high alert. He reiterated that the current year will be a year of mobility for development, promising that he will put all efforts in place to consider balance in the implementation of the projects so that all the people and provinces benefit from the projects. Hundreds of thousands of people started demonstrations from the west of Kabul city to protest against the change of route for the mega 500kV power project.
The protesters demanded to implement the project through Bamyan and Maidan Wardak provinces and slammed the government for discrimination and injustice.
However, President Ghani said Sunday that Salang was approved as the route of the project by the cabinet of former the government, insisting that the government of national unity did not have any role in determining the route of the project.
He also suspended the execution of the project and issued a decree for the formation of a national commission to review the 500kV power project route from Pul-e-Khumri to Arghandi. International Shipping - items may be subject to customs processing depending on the item's declared value. Your country's customs office can offer more details, or visit eBay's page on international trade.
Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Fang Fenghui, announced the fresh military aid, saying the latest aid will follow besides Beijing’s ongoing cooperation in development and economic sector.
Fenghui also added that China will call a regional summit to implement the proposal by President Ghani during Shanghai conference for fight against terrorism. Fenghui said Afghanistan is located in a strategic location and acts as an important economic belt, which is continuously threatened by the terror groups. Among the Afghan Government, the Afghan High Peace Council, and the representatives of the group,” he added. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.




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