The Afghan Taliban reported that a fighter who infiltrated the Afghan National Army (ANA) shot and killed three American soldiers in Kunduz province in northern Afghanistan.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Khorasan Province claimed a second instance in the span of two days of killing and wounding American and Afghan forces in Dih Bala district in Nangarhar.
The Afghan Taliban announced that in Ghor province, two tribal leaders, one overseeing 1,000 families and another heading 2,000 families, pledged support to the group and delivered to them large quantities of weapons and ammunition, and also denied that the Islamic State (IS) is present in the area.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Khorasan Province claimed killing four soldiers, including Americans, while repulsing a joint offensive by U.S. and Afghan forces on their position in Dih Bala district in Nangarhar.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing 37 intelligence investigators and staff in a suicide bombing on two buses carrying them in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
The Afghan Taliban claimed that its fighters struck a U.S. military transport plane and caused it to crash and burn inside Bagram Airbase.
The Afghan Taliban reported that a 20-year-old son of its leader, Haibatullah Akhundzada, is among the “martyrdom-seekers” who participated in its offensive on Gerishk district in southern Afghanistan’s Helmand province.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing a U.S. general and three soldiers with him in Kunduz province in northern Afghanistan, and at least four more American troops in Helmand province in the south.
The Afghan Taliban condemned Israel’s closure of al-Aqsa Mosque and preventing Muslims from Friday prayer there, which followed the shooting death of two Israeli soldiers at the Temple Mount.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Khorasan Province claimed killing and wounding a number of soldiers of the Afghan army during a convoy raid in the area of Tora Bora.
In the 11th issue of its Rumiyah magazine, the Islamic State (IS) for the first time claimed credit for the June 19, 2017, attack in Paris, France, and the bombing in Brussels, Belgium, the following day, and called to strike Western economies, to kidnap children, and to kill a German national.
The Afghan Taliban claimed shooting down a U.S. attack helicopter as it executed airstrikes in northern Afghanistan’s Kunduz province.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Khorasan Province published a photo report of an attack on Afghan Taliban positions near Tora Bora in Afghanistan.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Khorasan Province claimed killing two American soldiers and 13 Afghans in an attack to repulse their military advance in Nangarhar, Afghanistan.
Citing “authentic reports” received by its officials, the Afghan Taliban condemned the alleged mistreatment of inmates in the joint U.S.-Afghan run Bagram prison in Afghanistan, and listed examples of prisoner abuse.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel posted rap-styled lyrics touting the group’s ongoing “victory” and steady expansion across the globe.
Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), the AQ branch for Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, and as it just revealed, Afghanistan and Burma (Myanmar), released its “Code of Conduct,” wherein it declared that Americans and U.S. interests in Pakistan are its “foremost priority”.
The Afghan Taliban released an Eid al-Fitr message attributed to its leader, Haibatullah Akhundzada, regarding Americans as a “key factor” behind the ongoing war in Afghanistan, and expressing that the group is “deeply upset” by the recent conflict between Qatar and Gulf states.
The Afghan Taliban released a video focusing on the various military training camps it operates in Afghanistan, and promoting jihad as integral for Muslims’ salvation and its preparation as a “divine obligation”.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing 73 Afghan security forces and wounding 44 others in a suicide bombing outside the Kabul Bank branch in Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand province in southern Afghanistan.