Taliban terrorists shot and killed 43 civilians and security forces members in a district in Afghanistan's Ghazni, local media reported citing residents.
The next meeting between delegations from the Afghanistan government and the Taliban will take place in the month of August, TOLO News reported on Sunday.
Neighboring countries have become worried amid the increasing dominance of the Taliban in Afghanistan. The surprising thing is that Pakistan, which had created the Taliban, has also sealed its borders with Afghanistan.
Over the last few weeks, new cases of coronavirus have been found in the US and all of them have found the delta-3 variant of the virus, which not only has the potential to spread faster compared to the delta variant, but may also affect people who have taken the vaccine or have been infected previously.
With the US troops drawdown from Afghanistan on the verge of completion, a new terror axis is emerging in the Afghan-Pak geopolitical theatre with the convergence of interests between Pakistan, China and Turkey.
Tesla announced its entry in India earlier this year in January. The EV maker registered as Tesla India Motors in Karnataka, months after its CEO Elon Musk had hinted at Tesla's entry into the country.
PM Modi also reiterated India's commitment towards Maldives. He said that Maldives is a key pillar in India's 'Neighbourhood First' policy.
The Taliban have said they do not want a monopoly on power in Afghanistan. But there will be no peace in Afghanistan until a new government is formed after removing Afghan president Ashraf Ghani.
The north and northwest border of Afghanistan meets with Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Tajikistan and Afghanistan share a border of about 1357 km. According to the US, the Taliban has captured about 50 percent of Afghanistan's territory.
The coronavirus situation is worsening in the country with each passing day as Pakistan reported 52,752 active COVID-19 virus cases on the second day of Eid ul Adha.