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US Cancelled Planned Meetings with Islamic Emirate in Doha

AT NewsKABUL: The US has suddenly called off meetings with the Islamic Emirate in Doha that were set to address key economic issues, officials said on Friday, after Islamic Emirate reversed a decision to allow all girls in grade 7-12 to attend their classes, Reuters reported some sources privy to …

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Three-Day Meeting Chaired By Islamic Emirate’s Supreme Leader in Kandahar

AT News KABUL: The cabinet members of the Islamic Emirate including the Prime Ministers were called in for a meeting chaired by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate, Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada in the southern province of Kandahar. The meeting lasted for three days and was held without media coverage. …

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A Russian Delegation Visited Kabul to Meet Afghan Officials

AT News KABUL: Zamir Kabulov, Russia’s special envoy for Afghanistan, and his accompanying delegation arrived in Kabul on Thursday to hold talks with the officials of the Islamic Emirate as well as top Afghan politicians. The Russian delegation met with Former President Hamid Karzai, where they discussed the bilateral ties …

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Chinese FM Pays Surprised Visit to Kabul

AT News KABUL: The Foreign Minister of China Wang Yi arrived in Kabul on Thursday in an unannounced visit which also marks his first visit since the Islamic Emirate took power. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the political, economic, transit and investment issues are primer issues that Yi …

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Banning Girls Students in Grade 7-12 From Schools Faced Strong Outcry

Rafiullah Anwari KABUL: The remained ban on girls students in grades 7-12—who were not allowed to attend their classes in many parts of the country—faced strong reactions on national and international levels. Earlier, the Ministry of Education announced all schools will be reopened for girls students on Wednesday, but the …

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Karzai Saddened Over Closing of Schools for Girls in Grade 7-12

AT News KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai expressed deep sadness over the closure of schools of girls students in grades 7-12. On Wednesday, the girls student in grades 7-12 were not allowed to participate in their classes. The Ministry of Education said that the plan over the fate of the …

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Commission to Pave Former Afghan Leaders’ Return Begin Work

AT News KABUL: The newly-established commission of so-called “Commission to Of Contacting and Returning Former Afghan Officials and Political Leaders, has begun activities. Islamic Emirate’s Deputy Spokesman, Inamullah Samangani, said that the commission would hold talks with political and other figures who are abroad to ensure them and pave the …

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OIC Meeting Calls for Support Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: The participants at the 48th summit of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) called for providing further support to Afghanistan as the country is gripped with a severe crisis. The summit was held in Islamabad on Tuesday and is set for …

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Moscow Considers to Resume LPG Supplies Export to Afghanistan

AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: Moscow is considering to resume the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) supplies to Afghanistan in March, rail data in Refinitiv Eikon showed, after they lost traditional westbound routes due to the Ukraine conflict. Russian producers have not supplied LPG to Afghanistan since mid-2020 amid coronavirus-related restrictions and …

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U-Report Afghanistan Reaches One Million Milestone

KABUL: A landmark moment has been reached for children and youth in Afghanistan as the U-Report platform in the country hit one million users becoming only the fifth nation in the world to reach this milestone. U-Report is a free, SMS-based tool for community participation. It was developed by UNICEF to …

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