Friday 14 August, 2020
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The Khaama Press News Agency
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After decades of war and violence, the Taliban regime in Afghanistan fell apart following the military intervention of the NATO and American forces in 2001 in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. The international community supported the...

Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world and its poor economy continues to pose immense challenges to its population. Among the citizens, young lives especially children struggle to live happily and to meet daily needs....

After two decades of war against terrorism and the Taliban, the United States of America and its allies have signed a landmark deal with the Taliban in order to diminish the Taliban’s antagonism against civilian and anti-US atrocities...

Comparing the Russian and the American wars in Afghanistan, the earlier in the 1980s and the later in post-2001 till to date, both experienced a testament to the inherent weaknesses towards a guerrilla fighting, and moreover the minimal...

Rebuilding trust among employees is one of the most needed tasks in an organization. There still a prime number of people who do not know how to build or rebuild the broken trust in their workplaces. Mostly, this is due to a lack of awareness...

Afghanistan; amid the rampant increase in the COVID-19 cases, faces off its all-weather foe, corruption. the 2018 Transparency International corruption index ranked Afghanistan the 3rd most corrupt country in the world. The shaky system,...

In Afghanistan, certain people are usually giving specific perspectives to objections, having links with ethnic and other issues. It is not important what basis an objection has, certainly, it has links with social, ethnic… issues....

US and Russia agreed on not accepting or supporting the restoration of the Taliban regime what is so-called “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan”, expressed in a joint statement just a week after the US-Taliban peace deal was inked.[1] But...

Pakistan is home to approximately 30 million Pashtuns. Pashtuns account for 15 percent of the overall population of Pakistan, which exceeds the 200 million mark and constitutes a minority. Despite being a minority, Pakistani Pashtuns have...

75 years have passed since the end of the Great Patriotic War. Several generations have grown up over the years. The political map of the planet has changed. The Soviet Union that claimed an epic, crushing victory over Nazism...

By Vladimir Putin on Jun 19th, 2020

On June 11th, 2020, the US Embassy in Kabul shared the International Religious Freedom Report for 2019 on its web page and social media accounts. This research was conducted by the Office of International Religious Freedom at the Department...

War and violence are the two most destructive phenomena that have been taking people’s lives and annihilating Afghanistan’s beauties, material and spiritual wealth from many years ago. In the last decades, besides war and violence,...

Just weeks after the United States and the Taliban agreed to advance peacemaking in Afghanistan, that peace effort’s internal flaws—and now the COVID pandemic—pose serious obstacles. While ordinary Afghans—civilians and fighters—have...

By Sharif Safi on Jun 11th, 2020

The peace deal that has been signed between the Taliban’s political delegation based in Doha and Zalmay Khalilzad, the U.S special envoy for the Afghan peace process considers a major step to end the current bloody fighting in Afghanistan....

By Hadi Miraan on Jun 10th, 2020

While Covid-19 has brought the world to a standstill, it opens up a gateway to a whole new beginning of a lifestyle characterized by innovation, resilience and optimism. A United Nations report states that this is one of the most distressing...