The Afghan embassy in Ashgabat says Turkmenistan is setting up an oil and gas department at Herat University in the west of the country. The Afghan embassy in Ashgabat wrote in a press release on Thursday (May 20th): “Abdullah Fayez, president of Herat University, and Atamanov Bayramrad or Yilimovich, president of Turkmenistan University of Oil – More…

    The latest information about the terrible explosion of a car bomb in the 13th district of Kabul shows an increase in the number of children killed in this bloody incident. An Interior Ministry spokesman said at least 80 people had been killed and injured in the incident so far. The incident, which took – More…

    A terrible fire broke out in the ninth security district of Kabul. This event took place around 1:30 AM on Saturday, 5/8/2021, in one of the largest markets in Kabul’s fourth Makrorian. Sources say that the fire first occurred in the school known as Jahan, a private school that was on holidays, and – More…

Today, the Afghan Second Vice President Ghani attended the May 3 World Press Freedom Day celebrations at the Government Media and Information Center, Emphasizing peace talks with the Taliban and reducing violence by this group.”With the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban have no other justification for fighting, and, by doing so, the – More…

The Afghan embassy in Islamabad has announced that the Pakistani government is closing all its land borders with Afghanistan and Iran to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. This decision is scheduled to be implemented from the 5th to the 20th of May. The Afghan embassy in Islamabad has said that during this period, the – More…

    With the widespread outbreak of the third wave of the COVID-19 in India, reports from the countries health officials indicate that in at least the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health has recorded the highest number of corona deaths. At least 3,700 people have died overnight from the disease.   In a – More…

Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has reacted sharply to yesterday’s bloody incident in Logar province. The Presidential Palace condemned the attack in a newsletter on Saturday (May 11th), saying that “a large number of people, including young people who were staying at a hotel to take the entrance exam, were killed in the attack.” Condemning – More…

Security officials say 227 Taliban fighters have been killed and wounded in clashes between the Taliban and security forces in several provinces. “As a result of clashes between security forces and the Taliban in the past 24 hours in Laghman, Logar, Ghazni, Wardak, Herat, Ghor, Faryab, Balkh, Baghlan provinces, the Ministry of Defense wrote in – More…

Officials in Farah province say 27 people were killed and wounded as a result of a car bomb explosion on a first-line police mission in the province. Farooq Hazrati, the spokesman for the Farah Police Command, told the media: “Around 5 o’clock in the morning, a car full of explosives exploded in the center of – More…