An American investigative journalist says the newly-elected Afghan president is likely to sign the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with Washington since the US wants to keep troops in Afghanistan as leverage against Russia and China.
Former finance minister Ashraf Ghani was declared Sunday as the winner of the country’s disputed presidential vote. Ghani and his rival, Abdullah Abdullah, signed a power-sharing deal to end months
Afghan Foreign Ministry Spokesman Janan Mosazai lambasted the US for its continued violation of the strategic pact between the two countries, saying that Washington has violated the treaty in numerous cases.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei sent a message to Hajj pilgrims.
The British High Court has been told that the country’s assistance in the US assassination drone strikes against the Pakistani soil may involve acts of encouraging murder or war crimes.
The military pretrial of five inmates at the US notorious prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba accused of planning the 9/11 terror attacks continues as defense lawyers fault the government for barring evidence against it under the pretext of exposing national security secrets.
An international lawyer has lashed out at the Nobel Committee for granting its 2012 Peace Prize to the European Union, despite the fact that the bloc is in cahoots with the NATO in the latter s global warmongering policies.
Thousands of protesters have staged a demonstration in the Afghan capital to condemn the United States and France over recent anti-Islam moves that disrespect Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Press TV reports.
Afghan protesters in the capital, Kabul, have once again held a demonstration to condemn a blasphemous anti-Islam film produced in the United States.
Al-Qaeda and the Taliban are a “creation” of the US and Britain used as a “weapon of choice” against enemies, British MP George Galloway says.
Afghan protesters have once again held a demonstration in eastern Afghanistan against a blasphemous anti-Islam film produced in the United States.
Afghan protesters have taken to the streets for the fourth consecutive day to condemn a blasphemous anti-Islam film produced by an Israeli-American in the United States.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his country would resume training mission in Afghanistan, but added that the troops would withdraw from the war-torn country by the end of 2013