Afghan immigrants are speaking out against the violence committed by Iranian border guards and officials.
The Afghan government is committed to fighting all illegal armed groups, including warlords, unauthorised armed groups and other violent power brokers, officials say.
Six members of the Afghanistan Football Federation have been suspended as the Attorney General's Office investigates allegations of physical and sexual abuse involving female players.
The government has adopted sweeping anti-corruption reforms, enabling the Attorney General's Office to prosecute and imprison dozens of senior officials.
The warnings refer to Afghans recruited by the Iran-backed Fatemiyoun Division, which fights on the side of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russia.
Afghan officials have accelerated efforts to curb corruption in Torkham, a major border crossing in Nangarhar Province along the Afghanistan-Pakistan frontier.
The 'mullah' is accused of sexually exploiting and raping several women who had gone to him for help, prompting local religious leaders to sentence him to death by stoning.
Iran is smuggling an estimated 3 million US dollars a day from Afghanistan to Iran, and replacing them with fake currency, crippling financial translations and sparking fears of recession.
Afghans welcome the progress in combating a nationwide plague.
The arrest of three militia leaders in Faryab, Uruzgan and Farah provinces is a step towards establishing rule of law, lawmakers and residents say.