ISIS-K militants look to attack US forces and its allies in Afghanistan
ISIS-K militants, members of the Islamic State, a terrorist organization outlawed in Russia, are looking for ways to attacks US forces and their allies in Afghanistan, US President Joe Biden said …
US concerned about war planes, helicopters that fell into Taliban’s hands
Members of the Taliban movement (outlawed in Russia) have got their hands on a certain number of war planes, helicopters and missiles, which causes concern to the United States, the Al Arabiya TV …
Ukrainian plane hijacked in Kabul
A Ukrainian plane that arrived in Afghanistan to evacuate Ukrainians has been hijacked by unidentified people who flew it into Iran, Ukraine’s Deputy Foreign Minister Yevgeny Yenin said on …
Kabul exposes "great illusion"
The other day, answering a briefing question as to what signal does Washington leave to its allies and friends after moving out of Afghanistan, head of US State Department's press service Ned Price …
Gunfire opened in Kabul airport, Afghan security officer killed
The Kabul airport saw a shooting on Tuesday morning between Afghan security force officers and unidentified people, one officer was killed, Germany’s Bundeswehr reported via Twitter.
Biden, Macron discuss close cooperation on Afghanistan
Presidents of the United States and France Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron discussed the situation in Afghanistan, including the Kabul airport evacuation process, in a phone call on Thursday, the White …
No preconditions for Russian military presence in Afghanistan
There are no preconditions for Russia’s military presence in Afghanistan and the situation in this country must be settled by means of a peaceful dialogue, Secretary of Russia’s Security Council …
No way to withdraw from Afghanistan without chaos ensuing
Chaos was unavoidable following the US decision to withdraw from Afghanistan, President Joe Biden said in an interview with ABC News.
"No, I don't think it could have been handled in a way that, …
West condemns, Taliban achieves victory
On 8 July president Biden assured the press, ‘The likelihood there’s going to be the Taliban overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely.’ Later that …
Collective West’s solidarity fails to stand the test of Afghanistan
Afghanistan's political upheaval has revealed that the collective West is capable of showing solidarity only in words and in its unified Russophobic policy, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria …