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Khushnood Nabizada

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Khushnood Nabizada is an Afghan journalist and a founding editor of Khaama Press. You may follow him on Twitter @khushnabizada and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/khushnoodadel

Amazon under criticize for selling Afghani burqa

Social media users have been criticizing Amazon, one of the largest online shopping platforms for selling Afghani Burqa, a compulsory dressing for Afghanistan women....

Immigration is not a fantasy, but a compulsion to escape death: Khaama Press Chief

Journalist Khushnood Nabizada fled Afghanistan when the Taliban took the capital as U.S. troops withdrew. He lives with his family in Glen Allen now, one of...

Abdullah changed ‘twitter account title’ to ‘President’ of Afghanistan

Abdullah Abdullah, the main rival of Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, who was sworn-in as the President of an inclusive administration in a dual inauguration ceremony, changed his...

Dozens introduced to Afghanistan’s prosecutor’s office for commenting in Facebook

Dozens of social media users have been introduced to Afghanistan's General Attorney office for the charges of writing comments said to be insulting on...

Op-Ed: Democracy and people are the only losers of the election in Afghanistan

Democracy, a most modern and charming western value was brought in to Afghanistan by the United States following the fall of the Taliban regime...

Ghani wins the preliminary election results by securing 2.3% of nation’s votes

The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan announced the preliminary presidential election results after a prolonged delay. Hawa Alam Nuristani, the head of Independent Election Commission announced the preliminary...

Anti-fraud protests reached the eastern, central and in the capital zone provinces of Afghanistan

The residents of central Bamyan province, eastern Nangarhar and Kapisa in the capital zone marched on the streets on Friday blaming the electoral commissions...

NATO welcomes continued efforts towards peace in Afghanistan; reaffirms commitment to Afghan security forces

LONDON - Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General in a press conference following the NATO Leaders Meeting in London expressed that the Alliance welcome continued...

Nicolas Kay: Every party or group should accept the Afghan election results

Nicolas Kay, the NATO senior civilian representative to Afghanistan in speaking with Afghan journalists and media representatives in London said that every party or...

President’s Decision to Terminate Afghan Major Gold and Copper Mine Contracts Sparks Controversy

In a move that has raised eyebrows and stirred controversy, Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has ordered the termination of two major mining contracts:...

Justin Trudeau’s look-alike is a contestant of a popular Afghan talent quest TV show

A contestant of a popular Afghan talent contest TV show Salam Maftoon looks a lot like Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his fans and followers...

Afghan man admits his homosexuality

Homosexuality is considered a serious crime in Afghanistan and the possible punishment for homosexuals may include the death penalty. However, the gay community is secretly...

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