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7 Jun 2021
Scores of civilians and Afghan troops are dead, missing and wounded following multiple attacks.
28 May 2021
Afghan forces clash with Taliban fighters in a provincial capital about 120 kilometres (75 miles) from Kabul.
22 May 2021
Government and Taliban forces have clashed in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province, eclipsing a largely upheld three-day ceasefire during an Islamic holiday.
15 May 2021
Just hours before the Taliban announced a cease-fire to mark the end of Ramadan, at least 11 people died in a bomb attack on a bus in the southern Zabul province.
13 May 2021
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani ordered security forces to respect the temporary ceasefire with the Taliban and called for a permanent end to hostilities.
11 May 2021
Just hours before the Taliban announced a cease-fire to mark the end of Ramadan, at least 11 people died in a bomb attack on a bus in the southern Zabul province.
8 May 2021
US analysts have raised concerns that the Taliban would return to its harsh treatment of women if it regains power in Afghanistan when NATO troops leave.
24 Apr 2021
As the United States prepares to withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan, Afghan women fear the return of the Taliban which could see the end of female education. Also as attempts are to made to revive the Iran nuclear deal, our correspondent in Tehran reports on how crippling US sanctions are impacting Iranian women's rights. Plus how the Belgian city of Liege is taking a tough stand on street harassment with those found guilty, facing the risk of a year in jail.
23 Apr 2021
NATO's in-country employees tell DW they could be targeted by the Taliban after foreign troops withdraw from Afghanistan. Militants consider the alliance's Afghan employees "traitors" for working for occupying forces.
15 Apr 2021
Both Russia and the Taliban have criticized the US for not sticking to its promise to withdraw US troops by May 2021. At the same time, an Afghan official slammed the US pullout as "selfish."
30 Mar 2021
In an interview with FRANCE 24's Marc Perelman, Afghanistan's Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah Abdullah speaks about the upcoming peace talks with the Taliban to be held in Turkey in April. He expresses hope for "significant progress".
11 Mar 2021
Twenty years after being blasted out of Afghanistan's central highlands, one of Bamiyan's famed Buddha statues makes a brief virtual return, as a 3D projection fills the alcove that housed the statue for centuries.

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