NILI CITY, DAYKUNDI (SW) – The local Radio “Nasim” in Daykundi province, located in the central part of Afghanistan, which was shut down more than five months ago by the de-facto government of the Islamic Emirate, resumed its broadcasts on Saturday.
MONITORING (SW) – Senior leaders at multiple global media outlets signed a letter urging Israeli authorities to protect journalists in Gaza, saying reporters have been working in unprecedented conditions during Israel’s assault on the enclave and faced “grave personal risk.”
KABUL (SW) – The Da Afghanistan Bank/Afghanistan Central Bank has announced that in order to maintain and stabilize the value of the Afghani currency, it will auction 16 million US dollars on Sunday, March 3.
MONITORING (SW) – Iranians voted for a new parliament on Friday in an election seen as a test of the clerical establishment’s legitimacy at a time of growing frustration over economic woes and restrictions on political and social freedoms.
KABUL (SW) – Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, in response to the global criticism of the implementation of “retribution orders” and the public execution of several individuals by the de-facto government, asks other countries not to interfere in this matter.
MONITORING (SW) – Gaza health authorities said Israeli forces on Thursday shot dead more than 100 Palestinians as they waited for an aid delivery, but Israel blamed the deaths on crowds that surrounded aid trucks, saying victims had been trampled or run over.
KABUL (SW) – In the Khak Jabar district of Kabul city, a young individual named Wazir Khan has initiated over five local educational classes, offering free primary education to more than 1000 children.
KABUL (SW) – The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid (OCHA) stated that the Britain has contributed 1.3 million US dollars to the Afghan Humanitarian Fund.
KABUL (SW) – The U.S. Department of State held a meeting on Tuesday, focusing on the economic status of Afghan women, titled the “Coalition for the Economic Resistance of Afghan Women”.
KABUL (SW) – The Da Afghanistan Bank/Afghanistan Central Bank has announced that in order to maintain and stabilize the value of the Afghani currency, it will auction 17 million US dollars on Thursday, February 29.
TALUQAN CITY (SW) – Two people have died as a result of gas inhalation in Takhar, Afghanistan’s northeast province, officials said.
KABUL (SW) – Officials from the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum say that based on the agreement and discussions between the Afghan delegation with the Turkmenistan authorities, the practical work of the TAPI pipeline project in Afghanistan will be launched soon. The exact timing for its beginning remains uncertain.