Afghan journalists face obstacles on duty

AT News KABUL: Afghan Journalists have complained over lack of government sources to provide information for the reporters, expressing concerns on jeopardization of freedom of the press. The government offices are devoid of media workers and officials to provide details to the press. Mani Meshkin Qalam, a freelance journalist said …

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EU remain in dilemma over engaging with Taliban

AT News KABUL: Josep Borrell, chief of the European Foreign Policy says that the EU remained with no choice but to engage with the government of the Islamic Movement of Taliban and maintain its diplomatic mission in Kabul. Borrell told the European parliament that “embassies of the member states have …

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Taliban deny HRW reports on war crimes in Panjshir

AT News KABUL: The Islamic Movement of Taliban denied the reports of the Human Rights Watchdogs regarding the alleged war crimes by the fighters of the movement. A spokesman for the group and deputy minister of information and culture, Zabihullah Mujahid termed the reports as baseless. The Human Rights Watchdogs …

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UAE provides 60-tonne humanitarian aides to Kabul

AT News KABUL: A charity comity based in the United Arab Emirate donated 60-tonne essential living materials to Afghanistan, according to reports. Khaleej Times reported as saying that the charity comity of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum donated food aid that was delivered in line with the directives of Vice-President …

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Afghanistan receives 23MT food, medical supplies by WHO

AT News KABUL: A cargo aircraft loading 23 metric tonnes of food and medical products provided by the World Health Organization landed on Monday in Kabul-Hamid Karzai International Airport.  “As health needs increase in Afghanistan, we must move quickly to address the shortages in medical supplies to keep life-saving health …

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