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Grand Ayatollah Mohaqiq Kabuli passes away

Ayatollah Qorbanali Mohaqiq Kabuli, an Afghan Shia source of emulation, died at the age of 91. image1 AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Ayatollah Qorbanali Mohaqiq Kabuli, an Afghan Shia source of emulation, died at the age...



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...




Italy's Libya mission could implicate Rome in rights abuses, HRW warns

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has warned that Italy's naval mission to prevent refugees and asylum seekers from setting sail from violent-hit Libya for Europe could see Rome commit human rights abuses. Judith Sunderland, associate Europe and Central Asia director at the HRW, said on Wednesday that Rome...




Afghanistan announces Kankor results for enrollment of students in universities

The Ministry of Higher Education of Afghanistan on Saturday announced the Kankor results for the enrollment of the eligible students to State universities and other high education State and private institutes. The officials of the Ministry of Higher Education announced the results during a press conference...




IEC to Launch E-Registration Process For Voters Soon: Official

The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan (IEC) on Thursday said it expects to launch the electronic voter registration process within the next few weeks. The necessary equipment for the process has been purchased and will arrive in the country shortly, said IEC secretary and spokesman Abdul...




France announces plan to set up processing centers for refugees in Libya

President Emmanuel Macron has announced that France will set up processing centers in Libya for refugees and asylum seekers attempting to reach Europe through a perilous journey across the Mediterranean. Macron made the announcement during a visit to a refugee shelter in the central French city of Orleans...




BBC must Ďlook very hard at itself' as top female presenters revolt over pay

As top female presenters at the state-funded BBC decry gender pay gap at the corporation, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the broadcaster must “look very hard at itself.” Forty female presenters signed an open letter to the director general, Tony Hall, on Sunday, complaining about...




40 dead, wounded in a traffic incident in North of Afghanistan

At least forty people were killed or wounded in a traffic incident in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan. According to the local government officials, the incident took place today in the vicinity of Doshi district. Provincial public health deputy director Abdul Halim Ghafari said at least fourteen...




Robotics Team Returns Home To Hero's Welcome

The Afghan robotics team on Saturday returned home after participation in the FIRST Global robotics competition in Washington DC where they won silver medal in the "courageous achievement". The all-girl team was warmly welcomed by members of the parliament and government officials at Hamid Karzai International...




German embassy issues new instructions for visa applicants after Kabul bombing

The embassy of Germany in Afghanistan issued new instructions for the visa applicants after the deadly Kabul bombing left the visa section closed since May 31st. In a notice posted by the embassy of Germany, the visa applicants have been instructed to apply to German consulates based in New Delhi, Istanbul,...




Bride killed, 4 others wounded in Kabul firing involving Mohaqiq's guards

A bride was killed and four others were wounded after the security guards of the second deputy chief executive Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq opened fire in mistake. The incident took place late on Sunday night in the vicinity of west of Kabul and close to the residence of Haji Mohaqiq. Sources in the ministry...




Muslim religious leaders launch European tour in condemnation of terrorism

Scores of Muslim religious leaders have started a tour of the sites of recent terrorist attacks that hit Europe to remember the victims and denounce violence. The tour kicked off on Saturday with clerics from several countries, including France, Belgium, Britain and Tunisia, boarding a bus on the famous...




Italy calls on EU ports to welcome migrants

Italy's interior minister called Sunday on other European countries to open their ports to rescue ships ahead of talks with France and Germany on tackling the migrant emergency. Marco Minniti, who meets his counterparts in Paris later Sunday to prepare for EU talks in Tallinn this week, said in...




EU urges Italy against sudden refugee boat shutout

The EU urged Italy on Thursday to allow more time to discuss its threat to suddenly stop vessels from other countries disembarking migrants in Italian ports, after rescuing them in the Mediterranean. Brussels said it was ready to give Italy fresh financial support to deal with the crisis but said...




US Senate approves 4,000 more visas for Afghans under the SIV program

The United States senate has approved at least four thousand more visas for the Afghan nationals who have worked with the US-led coalition and fearing persecution by the militant groups, it has been reported. The new visas were approved by the US lawmakers in the Senate Armed Services Committee on Wednesday. According...




Over 8,000 migrants rescued in Mediterranean in 48 hours

More than 8,000 migrants have been rescued in waters off Libya during the past 48 hours in difficult weather conditions, Italy's coastguard said Tuesday. "On Monday, we rescued about 5,000 people from four large boats, one smaller one and 18 rubber dinghies," a spokesman told AFP. People were pulled...




Scuffles break out in demo between far-right, anti-fascism protesters

Scuffles break out as anti-fascist activists take on marches planned by far-right and anti-Islam groups, including the English Defense League, across the UK. Hundreds of police officers were dispatched to streets in the capital London and the country's second biggest city Birmingham Saturday...




Hundreds of Greek activists protest against refugee squats evacuation

Hundreds of Greek activists and refugees have held a protest rally in the capital Athens against a court ruling for evacuation of several squats that provide residence to refugees and migrants. Around 700 protesters marched from the City Plaza, a major refugee squat in central Athens, to the...




Atta Noor Accuses Security Institutions Of Inefficiency

In a pre-recorded video message, Balkh governor Atta Mohammad Noor called Ramadan (May 27 to June 24) the deadliest month for Afghanistan, saying that the reason behind the bloodshed is the inefficiency of security agencies. He said the country would face a crisis if reforms are not brought to government...




Afghanistan declares Sunday first day of Eid-ul-Fitr

The supreme court of Afghanistan confirmed Sunday, the 25th of June, as the first day of Eid-ul-Fitr in the country. The Saudi Arabia authorities earlier announced that Sunday will be the first day of Eid-ul-Fitr 1438. Apart from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates...




Removal of barricades starts in Kabul city today: officials

The Afghan government officials are saying that the removal of barricades from across the Kabul roads will be launched today based on a decree by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani. The Kabul mayor, Kabul Garrison chief, and Kabul police chief informed regarding the launch of the campaign during a press...




Thousands attend slain Muslim teen Nabra Hassanenís funeral in US

Thousands of mourners left their cars as traffic overflowed and walked more than a mile to reach Wednesday’s funeral of a 17-year-old Muslim girl whose beating death. Thousands of mourners left their cars as traffic overflowed and walked more than a mile to reach Wednesday’s funeral...




Emergency food will run out in drought-hit Ethiopia by next month, warn aid agencies

International aid agencies have warned that Ethiopia will run out of emergency food aid by next month for nearly eight million people hit by severe drought. The agencies said on Thursday that the drought had already forced 7.8 million people across Ethiopia to rely on emergency food handouts...




India to overtake China as most populous country: UN

A UN report says the world population will reach 9.8 billion in 2050, with India overtaking China as the most populous country in the world. India is one of the countries with the highest population growths in the world and its population is set to overpass China's in 2024, according to the...




ĎUnprecedentedí 81 million need food aid: Study

Prolonged conflicts and droughts have left an unprecedented 81 million people needing food aid in 2017, a specialist US-based agency said on Wednesday, revising up its earlier estimates. People in 45 countries are unable to feed themselves, said the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET),...




Ex-senior Afghan officials jailed, fined on embezzlement of over AFN 1 billion

Four former senior officials of the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing of Afghanistan were jailed and fined over the embezzlement of more than one billion Afghanis while they were serving in the ministry. The ex-officials, apart from one missing, were tried by the Appellate court of the special...




More Refugees Likely To Return From Iran, Pakistan: UNHRC

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Tuesday said that more Afghan refugees are expected to be repatriated this year from Iran and Pakistan and called on the international community to take steps to help ease the process. Since the start of the current year, tens of thousands...




Pakistan Still Home To 2 Million Afghan Refugees: UNHCR+Video

Pakistan has taken in Afghan refugees since the 1970s and until today, there is an estimated two million Afghan refugees living in Pakistan. However, last year, Pakistan tightened its refugee policy and since then the UNHCR estimates close to 400,000 Afghans have been repatriated, the Associated Press...




UK media reacts at beating and slapping of Afghan asylum seeker+video

The media in United Kingdom has reacted regarding the beating and slapping of an asylum seeker by sharing the video which purportedly shows the violence against the Afghan man. The video taken by another passenger on board a plane bound for Istanbul from London, was widely shared by the media outlets...




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