KABUL (SW) – Mohammad Yaqub Mujahid, the acting head of the defence ministry and Fasihuddin Fitrat, the chief of the army staff of the Islamic
KABUL (SW) – Amir Khan Mutaqqi, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, has said to the government of Pakistan that the root of the country’s security
KABUL (SW) – Exploiting the needs of desperate citizens, black marketing continues of the passports as official distributions of the travel documents remain suspended. It
MONITORING (SW) – Senator Raza Rabbani in Pakistan has demanded a parliamentary inquiry into the previous government’s “rehabilitation policy” of the proscribed TTP in the
KABUL (SW) – Officials at the Ministry of Interior Affairs have said that during the past year, 1,591 cases of killing have been recorded across
LASHKARGAH (SW) – A number of Helmand residents told Salam Watandar that the mines and unexploded ammunition left over from the wars of the past years
KABUL (SW) – Amid renewed media focus on the TAPI gas pipeline project, the Islamic Emirate has announced that it is ready to establish a special
KABUL (SW) – A high ranking UN delegation has urged the Islamic Emirate authorities to reverse the restrictions imposed on women and girls. On behalf
KABUL (SW) – Heavy snowfall during the harsh winter has made life difficult for many residents in the rural and remote corners of Afghanistan. A
KABUL (SW) – Three weeks since the Taliban announced that Afghan women were banned from working for any non-government organisations (NGOs), Save the Children said
KABUL (SW) – Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Amir Khan Muttaqi, has said that all the current problems of Afghanistan were caused by “foreigners and invaders”.
QALA-E-NAU (SW) – Sources in Badghis say that five people, including four children, have lost their lives due to the cold weather in this province.