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29 Dead in Islamic State Attack on Afghan Prison
August 04, 2020

29 Dead in Islamic State Attack on Afghan Prison

By Associated Press
Afghan forces retook the prison in Jalalabad 24 hours after the initial attack.

Afghan Official: Suicide Blast Near Jalalabad Kills 17
March 07, 2019

Afghan Official: Suicide Blast Near Jalalabad Kills 17

By Rahim Faiez
U.S. forces assisted Afghan troops in quelling the attack on a construction company in Nangarhar province.
Islamic State Claims Attack on Save the Children Office in Jalalabad
January 25, 2018

Islamic State Claims Attack on Save the Children Office in Jalalabad

By Catherine Putz
As of writing, official sources indicate that at least three people have been killed and 20 injured.

An Emperor in Exile: Chronicling Humayun's Days and Conquests
April 08, 2016

An Emperor in Exile: Chronicling Humayun's Days and Conquests

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
A new volume chronicles the life and conquests of the Mughal Emperor Humayun.

Next Stop Jalalabad: Traveling on One of the World’s Most Dangerous Roads
December 13, 2015

Next Stop Jalalabad: Traveling on One of the World’s Most Dangerous Roads

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Security threats on the Kabul-Jalalabad highway have drastically increased over the last few weeks.

Revenge of the Taliban: The Story of the Afghan Soldier Mumtaz
December 08, 2015

Revenge of the Taliban: The Story of the Afghan Soldier Mumtaz

By Franz-Stefan Gady
How the ongoing war in Afghanistan wrecked a soldier's family.

Islamic State and Jihadi Realignments in Khorasan
May 08, 2015

Islamic State and Jihadi Realignments in Khorasan

By Hekmatullah Azamy and James Weir
The delicate yet volatile balance of jihadi movements and insurgents within Afghanistan may be about to shift.
35 Killed in ISIS' First Claimed Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan
April 20, 2015

35 Killed in ISIS' First Claimed Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan

By Ankit Panda
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) carried out its first major attack on Afghan soil.

Cricket in Afghanistan
February 18, 2015

Cricket in Afghanistan

By Grant Wyeth
Since 2001, the sport has taken off in Afghanistan, which is enjoying some impressive success.

Afghanistan Hit by Coordinated Multiple Bombings
November 11, 2014

Afghanistan Hit by Coordinated Multiple Bombings

By Ankit Panda
A series of coordinated bombings suggests the Taliban is ramping up its attacks ahead of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Delhi to Islamabad, via Kabul
August 07, 2013

Delhi to Islamabad, via Kabul

Following attacks on an Indian mission, can India and Pakistan resolve their differences in Afghanistan?

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