Famous Afghan Wrestler Ibrhaim Buried in Kabul

AT News KABUL: Famous Afghan Wrestler, Mohammad Ibrahim, was buried on Monday morning in Kabul. Mohammad Ibrahim, who was the first the first Afghan wrestling medalist in an of Asian competition, has died at hospital in Kabul.Mohammad Ibrahim, was also known as “Haji Qahraman” (champion), and earned a bronze medal …

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Islamic Emirate Forms Commission to Hold Loya-Jirga

AT NewsKABUL: The Islamic Emirate said it has formed a commission to take preparation for convening of Loya Jirga (Great Assembly). The acting Minister of Mines and Petroleum, Shohabuddin Delawar did not provide details over the exact date of the Loya Jirga, saying that influential Afghan figures will be invited.“There …

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Over 60 Girl Graduated from Professional School

AT News KABUL: More than 60 girls’ students graduated after learning craft skills as the schools for girls students in grades 7-12 have yet to reopen.  “The Islamic Emirate closed schools for the girls. We call on the Islamic Emirate to reopen the schools as soon as possible,” said Najiba, …

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Ministry of Vice and Virtue Stress on Covering Faces of Female Presenters

AT News KABUL: The Ministry of Vice and Virtue insisted on its decree which demands female TV presenters cover their faces with masks. According to the ministry spokesperson, women presenters are obliged to use masks during television programs starting tomorrow, Sunday.  The ministry spokesperson also told TOLOnews that the decision …

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Karzai Says Burqa is Not Afghan Tradition, Brought Into the Country Dozens of Years Ago

AT News KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai said that the Burqa is not the Afghan culture and it has come to Afghanistan probably 200-300 years ago, and countryside women don’t wear” it.  In an interview with CNN, Karzai said that covering faces is not Hijab and the use of the …

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DaBS Owes $100 Million for Imported Electricit

AT News KABUL: Afghanistan owes more than $100 million for electricity imported from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, Energy and Water (MoEW) said. Akhtar Mohammad Nusrat, a spokesman for the ministry, said that banks in Central Asian countries, especially Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, were now having difficulty transferring money, which has prevented Breshna’s …

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Islamic Emirate Mediates Talks Between TTP, Pakistan Govt

AT News KABUL: The Islamic Emirate has mediated negotiations between the Tahreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and the Pakistani government, a spokesman said. Islamic Emirate’s spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid on Twitter said that good progressions were made and a short-term ceasefire has been made between the two sides. “Talks were held in Kabul …

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Five Govt Institutions Dissolved by Islamic Emirate

AT NewsKABUL: After passing eight months since the re-establishment of the Islamic Emirate’s government, Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, announced the dissolution of five institutions, saying that these organisations has not performed any activities over the past months. “Departments that are not carrying out their activities currently …

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High Poverty Rate Forced Afghans to Ignore COVID-19 Threats

AT News KABUL: Due to severe economic crisis affecting millions of Afghana, the Threat pose by Covid-19 is being ignored in the Afghan society of 35 million. According to the official numbers of the Ministry of Public Health, more than 7,000 people have died of the coronavirus since the outbreak …

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U.S. Takes Control of Afghan Diplomatic Missions in WA, N.Y, CA

AT NewsKABUL: The U.S. has taken control of Afghanistan’s embassy in Washington and the consulates in New York and Beverly Hills, California, the State Department said on Tuesday.The U.S. Department of State said that it had taken the “sole responsibility” for the security and maintenance of the diplomatic missions effective …

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