MONITORING (SW) – U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration will press ahead with talks on releasing billions of dollars in Afghanistan’s foreign-held assets despite late al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri’s presence in Kabul and foot-dragging by the Taliban and Afghan central bank, according to three sources with knowledge of the situation.
KABUL (SW) – Kalimullah Afghan, Director of Finance and Administration of the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled Affairs, told a press conference in Kabul today that many imaginary families have received privileges in the name of martyrs and disabled people.
KABUL (SW) – The Islamic Emirate authorities have announced to enlist up to 4000 new cadets at in the military academy.
KABUL (SW) – In the wake of spike in terrorist attacks, Kabul residents say the claims about peace in the country are baseless.
The Ministry of Defense announced today by broadcasting a newsletter that the border forces of the Islamic Emirate killed Mahdi Mujahid in one of the border areas of Herat Province and Iran.
KABUL (SW) – Although $4.4 billion is required to fund humanitarian operations in Afghanistan, $1.8 billion has been received so far, or roughly 40 per cent, a senior UN official told journalists in New York on Monday, warning of the dire consequences as winter approaches.
KABUL (SW) – The local authorities in Ghazni say that five people, including two women and three children, have died after a passenger bus got stuck in the flood.
KABUL (SW) – The Islamic Emirate on Monday marked the first anniversary of its ‘victory’ over the republican system of governance in the country.
KABUL (SW) – It has been exactly a year since the Taliban regained power in Kabul to establish the Islamic Emirate, but they continue to wait for recognition at the international level.
KABUL (SW) – The Islamic Emirate’s Ministry of Interior Affairs has announced to recruit officers who have completed security studies in foreign countries.