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Nizamuddin Rezahi

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Nizamuddin Rezahi holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration specializing in Marketing Management from SLIIT. He is a competent content writer, interested in writing on the contemporary socio-economic and cultural affairs of Afghanistan.

Afghan Doctors to Receive Training From AKU and FMIC

The French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children (FMIC) has admitted 28 doctors, 10 women and 18 men, in the fresh cohort of its...

Afghanistan Receives Medicine and Nutrition via the EU Humanitarian Air Bridge

The European Union delivered medicine and nutrition to Afghanistan via the EU Humanitarian Air Bridge earlier today. This humanitarian aid comes at a time when...

First Public Execution Conducted in Western Afghanistan

The interim Afghan government has carried out the first public execution since the group’s return to power in Afghanistan last year. The de facto government...

Afghan Traders Face Critical Challenges in Exporting Pine Nuts

Afghan Traders in Khost Province are wrestling with critical challenges in exporting pine nuts abroad. Hundreds of tons of pine nuts are harvested annually,...

Afghan Girls to Appear for Their High School Graduation Exams

Afghan girls will be allowed to appear for their high school graduation exams this week, according to an official document released by the Taliban...

Afghan Evacuees in the US Live Under a Cloud of Uncertainty

Nearly 80,000 Afghans evacuated by the American military last August, live under a cloud of complete uncertainty, with no guarantee of how much longer...

Pakistan Approves the Extension of Indian Wheat Transportation to Afghanistan for a Second Time

Extension in the time period for transportation of 50,000 Metric Tons (MTs) of Wheat and Life Saving Medicines as Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan via...

Engaging with the Taliban is the Ultimate Solution to Move Forward: Pakistan

The Khaama Press News Agency conducted an inclusive interview with Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistan Ambassador to Kabul on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, at the...

The Growing Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

Following the collapse of the previous government, Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis is rapidly growing due to the uncertain and chaotic economic and political situation. Millions...

A Political settlement, an ideal solution to the conflict in Afghanistan

The ongoing imposed Afghan war and political uncertainty have been the most prolonged conflict of its kind, with devastating consequences for the Afghan people...

The Consequences of Foreign Combat Forces’ Complete Withdrawal from Afghanistan

A complete withdrawal of the U.S. and NATO combat forces from Afghanistan will coincide with Sep 11, marking the 20th anniversary of the twin...

Favoritism—A Heinous Phenomenon in Afghanistan

Favoritism is a critical factor adversely affecting the administrative system of Afghanistan for decades. It has dried up the roots of meritocracy and a...

Uncertainty Amid the Coronavirus Situation in Afghanistan

As the third wave of the Coronavirus hits the country, the Public Health Ministry and the government leadership barely takes concrete preventive measures to...

A Transition Era Towards a Vibrant and Prosperous Afghanistan: Op-Ed

Over the past four decades, Afghanistan has suffered from prolonged imposed war and internal conflicts, adversely affecting the country on different fronts. Displacement and...

Afghan Security forces suffer heavy casualties in Kunduz

Taliban fighters killed at least 15 Afghan security forces in an attack on a base in northern Kunduz province on Tuesday night, according to security sources....

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