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2021-05-09 07:06:17 GMT2021-05-09 15:06:17(Beijing Time) Xinhua English TIRIN KOT, Afghanistan, May 9 (Xinhua) -- Four policemen have been confirmed dead in an insider attack that happened in Afghanistan's southern Uruzgan province on Saturday, provincial governor Mohammad Omar Shirzad confirmed on Sunday. A Taliban infiltrator disguised himself as police opened fire on a police checkpoint outside provincial capital Tirin Kot on Saturday night, killing four policemen on the spot and escaped, the official said. The official added that the security forces backed by fighting planes targeted the Taliban hideout within hour and killed the perpetrator along with four more insurgents.

TIRIN KOT, Afghanistan, May 9 (Xinhua) -- Four policemen have been confirmed dead in an insider attack that happened in Afghanistan southern Uruzgan province on

Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 1700 GMT, May 9 Xinhua 10 May 2021, 03:49 GMT+10 CANBERRA -- Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said that the country will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Morrison said in an interview with News Corp Sunday newspapers that there is no "appetite" among Australians to re-open the country's borders to international travelers as COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the world. "I don't see an appetite for that at the moment," he said. "I think what we're seeing at the moment is the appreciation of the people that the pandemic isn't going anywhere." (Australia-COVID-19-Borders) - - - - NEW DELHI -- India's COVID-19 tally crossed the 22-million mark on Sunday, reaching 22,296,414, as 403,738 new cases were registered in the past 24 hours, the health ministry said.

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By J.P. LAWRENCE AND ZUBAIR BABAKARKHAIL | STARS AND STRIPES Published: April 16, 2021 KABUL, Afghanistan — Over the last 20 years, Bagram and other towns in Afghanistan became dependent on the sprawling U.S. military bases nearby for their economy and their security. In a few months, they may not have much of either. The flow of discarded goods from Bagram Airfield slowed to a trickle last year when U.S. troop levels in the country went from 12,000 down to about 2,500. What’s left of that commerce is expected to run out by Sept. 11, the date set for all U.S. and NATO troops to have left the country.

Ex-Australian Minister Tom Kenyon Urges to Cut China Ties, Likens Xi Jinping to Mao Zedong © AFP 2021 / FREDERIC J. BROWN Subscribe Sputnik International https://sputniknews.com/asia/202104031082530344-ex-australian-minister-tom-kenyon-urges-to-cut-china-ties-likens-xi-jinping-to-mao-zedong/ Sino-Australian ties deteriorated in 2020, when Beijing imposed 80 percent tariffs on Australian barley imports in response to the Pacific nation's call for an international inquiry into the origins of COVID-19. Former Australian State Trade Minister Tom Kenyon has urged Canberra to sever its economic ties with Beijing, drawing parallels between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Mao Zedong. In an interview with the news outlet Weekend Australian on Saturday, Kenyon, who earlier backed a Chinese Consulate in suburban Adelaide, said that Australia "needs to begin disengaging economically from China or, at the very least, limiting" its "exposure to the Chinese economy".

2021-03-13 08:05:26 GMT2021-03-13 16:05:26(Beijing Time) Xinhua English TIRIN KOT, Afghanistan, March 13 (Xinhua) -- Three civilians were killed and four others injured as a roadside bomb struck a passenger vehicle on a road in the southern Uruzgan province on Saturday, a statement from the provincial government said. The deadly incident took place on a road linking Uruzgan's provincial capital Tirin Kot to the neighboring Kandahar province in the morning rush hour and as a result a child and two men were killed and four others including a woman and three children injured, the statement added. Without providing more details, the statement added that an investigation had been initiated into the gruesome incident.

Cordaid in Uruzgan: promoting health care in a war zone Format Despite the odds of war, Uruzgan’s health care system is getting better and stronger. Has Cordaid’s 2001-2018 commitment in the Afghan province anything to do with this encouraging fact? And how did we stick to our health care mission in the complexity and volatility of conflict? One Dutch and one Afghan expert come with answers to these and other questions. Uruzgan: one of Afghanistan's most challenging provinces But first, some background. Today, despite ISAF's massive efforts between 2001 and 2014 to train the Afghan army and help rebuild government institutions, the Taliban control between 80% to 90% of Uruzgan province. With its 400.000 inhabitants living in sparsely populated (semi)mountainous terrain, and most main roads beyond government control, it is one of the most challenging of all Afghanistan's 34 provinces.

2021-01-28 13:06:16 GMT2021-01-28 21:06:16(Beijing Time) Xinhua English KABUL, Jan. 28 (Xinhua) -- The government of Afghanistan once again called upon the Taliban group to observe cease-fire and reduce violence as more than 80 combatants with majority of them militants were killed over the past 24 hours in the insurgency-battered country, officials said Thursday. In the latest skirmish, two government force members including an army officer were killed and four others injured as Taliban militants attacked security checkpoints in Chamtal district in the northern Balkh province on Thursday, army spokesman in the northern region Mohammad Hanif Rezai said. Bomb blasts killed two Taliban militants in Dasht-e-Archi district in the northern Kunduz province, and another one militant in Tirin Kot, the capital of southern Uruzgan province, since Thursday morning, according to officials.

3 killed, 13 wounded in bomb explosions in Afghanistan Xinhua 27th January, 2021 05:38:52 Three people have been killed and 13 others wounded in two separate bomb explosions in Afghanistan, the latest in a string of bomb attacks in the militancy-hit country, authorities said Wednesday. In the capital city Kabul, two police officers were slightly wounded when an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) struck a police pickup truck in Police District 15 Wednesday morning, Kabul police spokesman Ferdaus Faramarz told Xinhua. The IED was likely to be detonated by remote control and a Criminal Investigation Department team of Kabul police was investigating the case, he said. In southern Uruzgan province, two police officers and a civilian were killed and 10 civilians, and a policeman wounded in a similar incident on Tuesday night, according to the provincial governor.

Local officials in Afghanistan’s southern province of Urozgan have confirmed a dozen were wounded after a bicycle rigged with explosives went off Tuesday afternoon.

Attacks in Afghanistan left at least 23 civilians and security forces dead, officials said Thursday, even as Afghan negotiators were in Qatar to resume talks with the Taliban aimed at finding an end to decades of conflict.

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Attacks in Afghanistan left at least 23 civilians and...

In this file photo, security personnel arrive near the site of an attack near the Bagram Air Base In Parwan province of Kabul. — AP Separate attacks in southern Afghanistan left at least 11 civilians and security forces dead, officials said on Thursday, even as Afghan negotiators were in Qatar to resume talks with the Taliban aimed at finding an end to decades of conflict. In southern Uruzgan province, a suicide car bomber detonated a vehicle full of explosives early on Thursday near a military base, killing six security forces, said a provincial council member who was not authorised to speak with the media.

23 killed in separate attacks in Afghanistan 07 Jan 2021 Gulf Today Report Separate attacks in Afghanistan left at least 23 civilians and security forces dead, officials said Thursday, even as Afghan negotiators were in Qatar to resume talks with the Taliban aimed at finding an end to decades of conflict. In southern Uruzgan province, a suicide car bomber detonated a vehicle full of explosives early Thursday near a military base, killing six security forces, said a provincial council member who was not authorized to speak with the media. READ MORE Mohammad Karim Karimi, deputy head of the provincial council in Uruzgan, confirmed the attack on the military base in Tirin Kot, the provincial capital, but couldn’t provide an exact death toll. He said the explosion was so strong it sent shock waves through the city.

  KABUL -- Attacks in Afghanistan left at least 23 civilians and security forces dead, officials said Thursday, even as Afghan negotiators were in Qatar to resume talks with the Taliban aimed at finding an end to decades of conflict. In southern Uruzgan province, a suicide car bomber detonated a vehicle full of explosives early Thursday near a military base, killing six security forces, said a provincial council member who was not authorized to speak with the media. Mohammad Karim Karimi, deputy head of the provincial council in Uruzgan, confirmed the attack on the military base in Tirin Kot, the provincial capital, but couldn't provide an exact death toll. He said the explosion was so strong it sent shock waves through the city.

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