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In recent moves by the Taliban administration in Afghanistan, the signs of the health and educational institutions have been modified to only Pashto which has raised concerns among the Afghan publics. Pictures of the Balkh University in Mazar-e-Sharif is being circulated on social media where it shows individuals are eliminating the ‘Persian’...

Sources in northern Afghanistan claim that Mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir, a popular Taliban fighter who leads Panjshir and Andarab war, has been injured. The news spread widely in social media as a couple of local news agencies covered the...

By Khaama Press on Sep 17th, 2022

Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan broke his silence and published a statement about the clashes in Panjshir province between the Taliban and National Resistance Forces (NRF). In a statement published by Karzai on Friday,...

By Khaama Press on Sep 17th, 2022

The National Resistance Forces in Afghanistan has claimed to have repelled a Taliban’s attack with killing dozens of the Taliban fighters, Voice of America reported. According to VOA, the NRF spokesperson, Sebghatullah Ahmadi has...

By Khaama Press on Sep 11th, 2022

According to reports, two explosions hit Dasht-e-Barchi, a Hazara neighborhood in the west of Kabul on Saturday evening. The first explosion reportedly occurred at 06:45 in front of a crowded commercial market and later another bomb...

By Khaama Press on Sep 10th, 2022

According to reports, a Taliban Blackhawk chopper crashed inside a military training base in the capital Kabul on Saturday afternoon. Taliban’s Ministry of Defense has confirmed the incident and has said it was due to a technical...

By Khaama Press on Sep 10th, 2022

Following the bloodless coup of Dawood khan (the first ever president of Afghanistan) on 17th July 1973 against king Zahir Shah, the Afghan people had experienced extensive religious obstruction. President Dawood khan wanted to rule the...

By: Mirza Ahmad Ebrahimi: The author is a PhD research scholar in India. In the global economy, tourism is one of the most noticeable and growing sectors. This sector plays an important role in boosting a nation’s economy. An increase...

By Khaama Press on Sep 6th, 2022

A resurgence of the Durand line dispute could result in a shift in Afghanistan-Pakistan relations. Pakistan and its western neighbor Afghanistan are disintegrating much before the Taliban-led regime in Kabul has completed one year in...

Armed clashes that erupted between Pakistan’s border guards and the Taliban on Thursday, February 24, 2022, in Chaman, Spin Boldak crossing point left at least two killed and nearly 20 more wounded. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan...

By Najibullah Lalzoy on Feb 25th, 2022

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday he had met the health minister in the Taliban-led government in Afghanistan for talks on the “dire” health and humanitarian crisis in the country. WHO chief Tedros...

By Mehr Ali on Feb 10th, 2022

Afghanistan Central Bank- Da Afghanistan Bank- welcomed the decision of the US Department of Treasury based on which international banks can transfer money to Afghanistan. Da Afghanistan Bank in a series of Twitter posts applauded the...

India has earmarked USD 26.7 million to Afghanistan, keeping a continuing focus on its people, without recognizing, like the rest of the world community, the Taliban regime. The sum allocated in India’s Annual Budget for the year April...

The Khaama Press News Agency conducted an inclusive interview with Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistan Ambassador to Kabul on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, at the Pakistan Embassy.The main purpose of this interview was to gain the insight of Ambassador...

The Taliban have had an underground network of intelligence operatives that helped them seize power from inside, parallel to their military victory. Taliban’s agents have been present in ministries, universities, business entities,...

By Khaama Press on Nov 29th, 2021