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Afghanistan healthcare on edge of collapse

AT News KABUL: Afghanistan’s healthcare is dealt a devastating blow amid a rapidly shrinking economy and an acute cash squeeze, with hospital already running out of diesel fuel needed to produce oxygen for coronavirus patients. The Afghan-Japan Communicable Disease Hospital, the only COVID-19 facility for the more than four million …

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China’s Governance: Reaching Out Beyond the Borders

Text by Martin Albrow A man buys the first, second and third volumes of Xi Jinping: The Governance of China at Eastwind Books & Arts in San Francisco, California. The first batch of the third volume of Xi Jinping: The Governance of China has been distributed to more than 70 …

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Blazing the Way

Text by João Miguel Barcellos The third volume of Xi Jinping: The Governance of China has been published by the Foreign Languages Press in both Chinese and English and distributed to more than 70 countries and regions around the world.  By Li He/Xinhua Thanks to its reform and opening up …

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Why Digitalization is Imperative for Sustainable Development

By Hamayun Khan The theme of technology, modern in particular has always been connoted with the perspectives that are antipathetic to the human life and environment as a whole. Nonetheless; the outbreak of the COVID-19 has unearthed the significance of the modern technological trends almost in every sphere particularly e-business …

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Data-Driven Decision Making for Efficient Afghanistan

By Abdul Haseeb Rahimi The World of Data and Technology can help us make more informed decisions based on a deeper understanding of the problems we are facing. The era of the end of the theory is here, and anything that is not backed by data or data analysis has …

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Ghazni car bombing leaves seven security personnel dead

AT News KABUL: A car bombing targeted a compound of the national public protection forces have left at least seven security forces dead, while 16 others received injuries in central Ghazni province, security officials said on Sunday. Spokesman for the ministry of interior, Taiq Arian said that three policemen and …

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Journalist stoned on head during protests in Brussels

KABUL: The REAL TV Analytic Information Center said that its reporter was stoned on head during protests by the Armenian group of protestors in Brussels. The TV channel in a statement condemned the acts and called on the Belgium government to hold the perpetrators accountable. ‘Khatira Sardargiz, who is a …

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Significance of vaccination and immunisation in Covid-19

Vaccines are products that protect people against many diseases that can be very dangerous and even deadly. Different than most medicines that treat or cure diseases, vaccines prevent us from getting sick with the disease. Vaccines are products that produce immunity to a specific disease. A vaccine is a biological …

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Blantyre Water Supply System: A Punctuated Equilibrium Reform

By NAJIBULLAH LOODIN Blantyre, located at the southern part of Malawi, is the commercial hub of the country. Due to its closeness to the Shire River of Zambezi Basin, the city has vast water resources. Despite of its strategic geographical location, the city suffers from proper water service provisioning in …

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Afghanistan from Negative Hydro-hegemonic role to positive hydro-hegemonic configuration in managing Shared Helmand River Basin

By NAJIBULLAH LOODIN The neighboring countries except China are highly dependent on water resources which originates in the high mountains of Afghanistan (Shroder & Ahmadzai, 2016). According to Thomas and Varzi (2015), ninety percent of the surface water flowing through Afghanistan is transboundary water. Four out of five major river …

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