Saturday 01 October, 2022
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The Khaama Press News Agency
Posted By: Saqalain Eqbal
Saqalain Eqbal

Saqalain Eqbal is an Online Editor for Khaama Press. He is a Law graduate from The American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).

The UN condemned the education center suicide bombing in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan that left at least 23 fatalities, including students who were taking mock exams. The UN Security Council members vehemently condemned the terrorist...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Oct 1st, 2022

The suicide attack in the Kaj educational center in Kabul on Friday drew crowds of students to the streets, demonstrating, some of whom were said to be the survivors of the deadly attack. Around 10 in the morning on Saturday, October...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Oct 1st, 2022

The UN Secretary-General called the fatal explosion at an education facility in Kabul “heinous,” and he demanded that the Taliban authorities protect the rights of all Afghans without discrimination, regardless of ethnicity and gender. The...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Oct 1st, 2022

Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan, warned the international community not to “let its guard down,” saying once again that terrorism in Afghanistan poses a threat to global security. The Prime Minister of Pakistan,...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Oct 1st, 2022

A doctor died from electric shock in the Lal Wa Sarjangal district of the Ghor province, in central Afghanistan, according to local Taliban officials. The incident occurred on Friday, the 30th of September, after the generator power...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Oct 1st, 2022

Many casualties were incurred due to the explosion in the Kaaj education center in the Shiite area of Kabul, the Afghan capital, albeit the precise figures are still being calculated. The fatal explosion took place inside a class of...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Sep 30th, 2022

While the international community as a whole is concerned about the resurgence of terrorist groups in Afghanistan, Iran has also expressed alarm, warning that terrorism in Afghanistan poses a threat to regional and global security. The...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Sep 29th, 2022

The Taliban forces’ aerial shootings scattered the demonstrator women who gathered in front of the Iranian embassy in Kabul, the Afghan capital, for the death of Mahsa Amini. Afghan women gathered on Thursday in front of the embassy...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Sep 29th, 2022

The Taliban-run Afghan Embassy in Pakistan said that 150 undocumented Afghan nationals who had been arrested for illegal immigration in Pakistan were released. According to the embassy, the detained, which included women and children,...

An Afghan man was arrested in Ontario, Canada, for allegedly murdering his wife, foreign media reported. A 71-year-old Afghan man reportedly killed his wife on Friday, September 23 in the York district of Ontario, Canada. The foreign...

Two people were killed and five others were injured in a traffic accident after a passenger van overturned in the Waras district of the Bamyan province in central Afghanistan, said local Taliban officials. The accident, according to...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Sep 29th, 2022

The president of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, said that there is a need to strengthen ties between Pakistan and Afghanistan with a focus on expanding bilateral trade, local media reported. Dr. Alvi met with Ubaid Ur Rehman Nizamani, the...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Sep 29th, 2022

Photo: Reuters The Taliban Ministry of Commerce and Industry stated that an agreement was inked to purchase and import wheat, gas, and oil from Russia to Afghanistan. According to Abdul Salam Jawad Akhundzada, a spokesman for the Taliban Ministry...

Speaking at the UN Security Council convened to discuss the situation in Afghanistan, Naseer Ahmad Faiq, the Chargé d’Affaires of the Afghan Permanent Mission to the UN, said that Afghan women are denied their fundamental freedoms and...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Sep 28th, 2022

Asad Abbas, the Chargé d’Affaires of the Pakistani embassy in Afghanistan, said that any expression of concern should not be interpreted as “enmity,” continuing to insist that there is a “thriving” relationship between the...

By Saqalain Eqbal on Sep 28th, 2022