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Trump calls Biden a ílow IQ individualí over accidental 2020 announcement            China Ďto build island cityí in South China Sea, US cries foul             New Zealand PM says mosque attacker will face Ďfull force of lawí             10 Die In Flash Floods In Herat Province            New Zealand PM says received terroristís manifesto minutes before attack            ĎIf we leave Afghanistan, we will leave together with NATOí: Khalilzad             US officials confirm Afghanistanian NSA Hamdullah Mohib was summoned to State Department             Yellow vests, police clash in Paris on day of íultimatumí            Letters from Citizens to National Leaders: Endorsing Accountability for Global Peace Building at the UN General Assembly             íMuslims must not live in fear,í Omar says following massacre in New Zealand             Trump condemns massacre in New Zealand; perpetrator praises Trump            New Zealand mosque attack result of spreading Islamophobia in West: Commentator+video            Trump factor stands out in New Zealand mosque massacre            Muslim world reacts to New Zealand mosque attacks             PM: 49 killed in íterroristí attack on two mosques in New Zealand            

Demise of the former chairman of Kabul Bank Ďmysteriousí, claims Noor

image1 The Chief Executive of Jamiat Islami Ata Mohammad Noor has described the demise of the former chairman of Kabul Bank Sher Khan Farnood as mysterious. Noor issued a statement after the death of Mr. Farnood was confirmed...



Afghanistanian Teenage Girl Commits Suicide in Ghor Province

Afghanistanian teenage girl, 17, committed suicide due to facing personal problems in the Central Ghor province, the local officials confirmed. "The incident took place in Sangbar area of Ferozkoh City, the capital city of Ghor province", Mohammad Iqbal Nezami, spokesman of Ghor Police Chief, said to...




Bar Association of Indonesia and International NGO Proposed International Law for Peace for Settling Disputes​

Current issues threatening peace from violence and conflict demand the need for constructive peacebuilding efforts at both national and international levels. On January 27, principles of settling disputes based on the establishment of a legal foundation to secure peace were discussed in Jakarta by Himpunan...




How Global Journalists Get Together for Freedom of Media and Peace Journalism

To journalists, the year 2017 represents the misfortune of journalism. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) says at least 81 reporters were killed and violence against media has soared in 2017. Also, more than 70 media companies were closed in Venezuela where the political and social unrest...




ďNuclear Test on One Side, Discussion of Peace on the OtherĒ

Threatened by the 6th North Korean nuclear test, the international society seeks various ways to respond to the provocation that ever increases the probability of international conflicts. On September 17th, government officials, chief justices and civil society representatives discussed global peacebuilding...




Muslim women in Quebec banned from wearing full-face veils

Quebec has passed legislation banning Muslim women from covering their faces while receiving public services such as public transport. On Wednesday, members of the provincial legislature voted 65-51 in favor of the legislation on religious neutrality, known as Bill 62, which mandates that citizens must...




Two-Thirds of Afghanistanian Girls Do Not Attend School: Report

Two-thirds of girls in Afghanistan currently do not attend school, according to a new report from Human Rights Watch (HRW). According to 132-page HRW report released on Wednesday, 41 percent of all schools in Afghanistan do not have buildings. "Many children live too far from the nearest school to...




Journalists Advocate Commitment to Building Peace in Our Times

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE AR-SA 100 global journalists discussed peace journalism at the Conference for Global Peace Media Network in 3rd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit   In the face of nuclear test, military conflict, terrorism and violent...




Iconic Martyr Hojaji Laid to Rest in Central Iran

 An Iranian military adviser who was beheaded by Daesh (ISIL) terrorists in Syria last month was laid to rest on Thursday after a funeral service was held in the countryís central city of Najaf Abad, Isfahan Province, with thousands of Iranian people in attendance. A huge crowd of mourners from...




Iran bids farewell to iconic martyr Hojaji

Iranians have held a large funeral procession in the capital, Tehran, in honor of iconic martyr Mohsen Hojaji, who was beheaded by the Takfiri Daesh terror group in Syria last month. Hojaji was a member of the Iranian military advisory team, which assists the Syria army in its counter-terrorism...




Another deadly earthquake hits Mexico

A powerful earthquake has hit Mexico, killing five people, following two strong quakes that have already killed some 400 people and wrought massive destruction across the Latin American country. The United States Geological Survey said a magnitude 6.2 quake struck on Saturday at a relatively shallow...




Comprehensive Approaches to Build "Peace Governance"

"Establishing collaborative governance" for peace-building has been discussed with world leaders at the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the World Alliance Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit held by Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) under the UN ECOSOC in Seoul, Republic of Korea....




ANDSF Corrupt Commanders Must Be Prosecuted: SIGAR

The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) in a new report, released on Thursday in the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC, said called on the Afghan government leaders to ‘prosecute corrupt commanders within the Afghan National Defense and...




2 Afghan asylum seekers arrested on charges of raping a girl in Germany

Two Afghan asylum seekers have been detained in German on charges of raping a girl, days after Germany deported a group of at least eight people convicted in various crimes, including rape incidents. According to the local media reports, citing the government sources, the two men were arrested on charges...




Global Peace Festival with 200,000 People from 30 Countries was held in Korea

A Culture of Peace was envisioned at a Peace Festival at the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit On September 18, a global peace festival celebrating the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit was held. Along with the main venue held at Hwaseong Sports...




3,000 suicides annually in Afghanistan

Around 3,000 people commit suicide in Afghanistan every year, officials said Monday. Majority - 80 percent - who commit suicide are females. Qadria Yazdan Parast, a member of Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, said that most of the suicide cases go unreported in the country. Speaking...




Britain, Sweden urge Security Council to work for end to plight of Rohingya Muslims

Britain and Sweden have urged the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to call for an end to Myanmarís crackdown on Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state. Myanmarís military stepped up a crackdown on the Rohingya on August 25, after dozens of police and border outposts in Rakhine allegedly came under...




Irmaís death toll rises to 22 in US; millions without power

Hurricane Irma has killed at least 22 people in the United States with at least 12 of them in Florida, and left tens of millions of people without power. "Currently, the number of confirmed deaths attributable to Hurricane Irma stands at 12," Florida Division of Emergency Management spokesman ...




Germany deports 8 Afghans convicted various crimes including rape

The government of Germany has deported a group of at least eight Afghans convicted of various crimes including rape incidents. The minister of interior for Germanyís Bavaria state Joachim Herrmann informed regarding the expulsion of the Afghan asylum seekers to Kabul today. According to Herrmann, the...




Rapist, killer of EU officialís daughter had also raped young Afghan girl in Ghazni

New harrowing reports have emerged regarding the involvement of an Afghan asylum seekerís involvement in rape and attempted murder cases as he is facing trial regarding the rape and murder of the daughter of a European Union official in Germany. The 22-year-old Hussein Khavari has been charged with...




Hurricane Irma pummels Florida amid mass exodus

Hurricane Irma has regained strength as it begins pummeling Florida, threatening almost the entire southeastern US state after leaving a deadly path of destruction across the Caribbean islands. Irma strengthened to a Category 4 storm as it closed in on the island chain known as the Florida Keys, the...




Afghan history, cultureís historic friend Nancy Dupree dies in Kabul

The Afghan history and cultureís historic friend Nancy Dupree, a well known American historian, died at the age of 90 in Kabul. Nancy was admitted to a hospital due to an illness she was suffering from and died late on Saturday night. Born in India to American parents in 1927, Madam Nancy for the first...




Unity Is Key To Resolving Current Crisis: Massoud

Ahmad Wali Massoud, former diplomat and head of Massoud Foundation, said on Wednesday that unity among all Afghans had been one of Ahmad Shah Massoudís greatest wishes in order to bring stability to the country. This yearís commemoration of Ahmad Shah Massoudís assassination will be held on Saturday...




Afghanistanís oldest female asylum seeker faces deportation from Sweden

The oldest asylum seeker from Afghanistan, a 106-year-old woman, faces deportation from Sweden after her application for asylum was rejected by the authorities, it has been reported. The woman, Bibi Hal Uzbeki, arrived to Sweden sometimes in 2015, amid an unprecedented influx in migrants travel to Europe. However,...




Bangladesh relief camps for Rohingya reach full capacity: UN official

Relief camps have reached full capacity as thousands of persecuted Rohingya Muslim refugees fleeing violence in western Myanmar continue to pour into neighboring Bangladesh, aid officials say. Vivian Tan, a spokeswoman for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, said on Sunday that some 73,000 people...




16 Rohingya Muslim refugees drown in Myanmar-Bangladesh border river

At least 16 Rohingya Muslims, including children, have drowned while fleeing an escalation of violence in Myanmar, which has forced thousands of members of the persecuted minority to seek refuge across the border in neighboring Bangladesh. Coastguards in Bangladesh discovered the bodies washed...




South Asia floods affect 24 million: Red Cross

More than 24 million people have been affected by some of the worst flooding to hit South Asia in decades, with large areas of land submerged in water, the Red Cross Tuesday. Authorities in Bangladesh, India and Nepal have put the death toll at more than 750 since August 10, when a series of deluges...




AIHRC Calls on ICC to Probe Human Rights Violations

The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) has called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to launch an investigation into human rights violations in Afghanistan. In view of the ongoing situation in the country, Afghanistan's legal and judicial institutions are not able to...




Ex-Kabul Bank shareholder Dawi jailed for 9 years for embezzling of millions of dollars

The owner of Dawi oil and former share holder of Kabul Bank Abdul Ghafar Dawi has been jailed for nine years on charges of embezzlement of at least $38 million in a fuel contract. Dawi's court hearing was organized late on Tuesday evening in the Anti-Corruption Justice Center of Afghanistan. Apart...




Half Of Afghan Asylum Seekers' Applications Denied In Sweden+video

Applications of over half of the Afghan refugees seeking asylum in Sweden have had their application denied and are likely to be forced to leave the Nordic country. Afghanistan's ambassador to Sweden, Hamid Hami, has accepted that the Afghan government has signed agreements with that country and...




Kabul police arrest 2 suspects for murdering 5 children of a single family

At least two people have been arrested in connection to the murder of five children of a single family in Kabul city. The head of the criminal investigation department of the ministry of interior Gen. Mohammad Salim Almas informed regarding the arrest of the suspects late on Monday. He said the detained...




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