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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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Over 300 Children Died Due to Malnutrition with Past Three Months

AT News KABUL: The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reported the death of at least 323 children affected by malnutrition since the start of the year-2022 in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Public Health said that nearly 200,000 children are suffering from malnutrition in the past year. “Since the beginning …

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13 Million Afghan Children In Grave Need of International Assistance

AT News KABUL: Around 13 million Afghan children are in grave need of international assistance as Afghanistan has griped with a severe humanitarian crisis, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF ).  “Afghanistan is a tough place to be a child, there are huge challenges right now in being a child. …

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Karzai Congratulates Year-1401 for Afghans, Calling on Parents to Send Children to Schools

AT News KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai in a greeting message of the year 1401, called on the Afghan citizens to send their daughters and sons to schools and wished for incentivizing unity among the Afghans. I wish the “new year bring an enduring peace and stability for all people …

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UN Praised Announcement of School Reopening in Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has praised the planned reopening of schools for girls and boys across the country on March 22. The UN Secretary-General called for a “must” reopening of “all doors” for girls and boys to “have an education and reach their full potential.”   The …

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Afghanistan World’s Unhappiest Country, Even Before Islamic Emirate

AT Monitoring Desk (AP): Afghanistan is the unhappiest country in the world — even before the Islamic Emirate swept to power last August. That’s according to a so-called World Happiness report released ahead of the U.N.-designated International Day of Happiness on Sunday. The annual report ranked Afghanistan as last among …

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Top US envoys Praised Renewal UNAMA’s Mandate

AT News KABUL: The two top envoys of the US for Afghanistan on their Twitter pages has welcomed the renewal of the UNAMA’s mandate in Afghanistan. Washington’s special envoy for Afghan women, Rina Amiri, and the US Chargé d’Affaires, Ian McCary, suggested that the UNAMA mission wa important as Afghanistan …

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