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Newborn baby mauled by a dog in an Indian hospital

Indian police are conducting a comprehensive investigation of the allegations that a newborn died after being attacked by a stray dog in a hospital....

Afghan Artist Encourages Tolerance Through Artworks

Ignoring discrimination and inspiring tolerance through paintings of people from different races but with the same colors on their faces and hairs by an Afghan artist took...

European Powers Use Dispute Mechanism to Handel Iran Nuclear Deal

European powers have triggered a dispute mechanism over the nuclear deal with Iran after the country took a further step back from its nuclear commitments. Following...

MPs Demand Firing a Minister Over Refusal to Attend Briefing

PMs at the Wolesi Jirga, the lower house of the Afghan parliament, suspended the budget for the Ministry of Industry and Commerce over its...

Seven Taliban Insurgents Join Peace Process

According to the local officials in Qala-e-Naw district of Badghis province, seven Taliban insurgents gave up violence and joined the peace process on Monday, January 13,...

Afghan men detained in Delhi airport for heroin smuggling charges

Over the last couple of days, seven Afghan nationals were detained at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in New Delhi for smuggling heroin, The...

Liquid Gas Prices Skyrocket in Kabul

Following the unprecedented snowfalls and cold weather, the price of liquid gas jumped high from Afs 45 to Afs 90 within the past couple...

Afghan government insists on Taliban’s commitment for a ‘complete ceasefire’

Following the prolonged Afghan peace process and recent discussions, the Afghan government demand for a ceasefire and reiterated that a reduction of violence accepted by the...

Heavy snowfalls in Afghanistan; fears of flashy floods

According to the weather forecast made by the Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority (ACCA) Meteorological Department, the likelihood of heavy snowfall in most parts of the country threatens...

Afghan Telecom sector contributes over $11mn revenue to the government budget

Afghanistan Telecom Regulatory Authority (ATRA) generates a considerable amount of revenue to the Afghan government, particularly, since the approval of a 10% levied tax on telecom services,...

Cross border flights through Afghanistan increase by 25%

Mohammad Qasim Wafayezada, Head of Afghan Civil Aviation Authority (ACAA), said that with new tensions in the region, the number of flights passing through...

Herat’s residents demand an immediate investigation into Shindand airstrike

Tribal elders in the southern Herat province called on the government to launch an immediate investigation about the attack that took the lives of...

Afghan woman tortured terribly by her husband may lose both legs

A 17-year-old woman admitted at a local hospital in Faryab province may lose her both legs which are severely damaged due to terrible prolonged...

Iran rolls back nuclear deal commitments

Iran declared that it will no longer abide by any of the restrictions imposed by the 2015 nuclear deal. Following a grand meeting of the Iranian...

The UK asks citizens in Afghanistan to limit movements amid Iran tensions

The United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office has asked its citizens in Afghanistan to avoid unnecessary travels within Afghanistan regions. A statement published by the...

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