Taliban may launch offensive after US decision to delay troop pullout
Moscow does not rule out that the Taliban radical movement (outlawed in Russia) may launch a spring offensive in the wake of Washington’s decision to delay the troop withdrawal, Special Russian …
US withdrawal from Afghanistan to begin on May 1, end before September 11
Washington made a decision to begin the withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan on May 1, but it warns the Taliban movement that all possible attacks will face a decisive response, US President Joe …
All participants in Moscow meeting on Afghanistan confirm participation
All the invited participants in the consultations of the expanded "trio" on a peaceful settlement in Afghanistan scheduled to be held in Moscow on March 18 have confirmed their participation in that …
Blast injures 23 people in Afghanistan
At least 23 people have been wounded after a car stuffed with explosives detonated in Afghanistan’s Kandahar Province, Tolo News TV reported Monday, citing local authorities.
According to the …
Trump says intelligence on Russia’s alleged bounties to Taliban never reached his desk
US President Donald Trump said in an interview with the Axios news website that intelligence on Russia’s alleged bounties to the Taliban to kill American soldiers "never reached" his desk.
No contacts on Afghanistan planned due to delays in prisoner exchange process
No contacts on Afghanistan are currently being planned in any format as the process of prisoner exchange between Kabul and the Taliban radical movement (outlawed in Russia as a terrorist organization …
Possible use of NATO aircraft to traffic Afghan drugs needs to be investigated
Russia insists that reports about possible use of NATO aircraft to traffic drugs in Afghanistan be probed into, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Friday.
"We keep on receiving reports, …
Russian-American dialogue on Afghanistan irked some political circles in US
Russia and the United States have established a regular dialogue on Afghanistan, which could have bothered certain political circles in Washington, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev …
Moscow never cooperated with Taliban
Moscow has never cooperated with the Taliban, outlawed in Russia, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said in an interview with the Argumenty i Fakty weekly.
"Frankly speaking, it …
Pentagon says it has no facts to confirm media reports about Russia and Taliban
The US Department of Defense has no facts to confirm media reports of Russia’s alleged attempts to offer Afghan militants a bounty for killing US soldiers in Afghanistan, Chief Pentagon …