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Karzai Strongly Condemns Kabul Blasts

AT News KABUL: The former president Hamid Karzai strongly condemned the consecutive blasts in the west of Kabul, in which at least five people were killed and more than 20 wounded. Karzai said such actions are being taken by elements who are against education and development of Afghanistan. On Tuesday …

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Kabul Blast Leaves Six People Dead, 11 Wounded: MoT

AT News KABUL: The consecutive blasts in Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul left six people dead and five 11 others wounded, the Ministry of Interior said. The blast targeted educational institutions in west of Kabul. The first blast targeted a training center and was followed by two back-to-back blasts. No one …

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Kandahar Residents Set Rally In Reaction to Pakistan Attack of Afghan Soil

AT News KABUL: A large number of residents of southern Kandahar province took the streets of the provincial capital city on Monday, where they protest the recent airstrikes by the Pakistani forces in Khost and Kunar provinces. The protestors chanted anti-Pakistan remarks. On Saturday, Spiri area of Khost and Shiltan …

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30 Tons Food Material Aided By UAE Arrived in Kabul

AT NewsKABUL: The plans carrying at least 30 tons of food supplies provided by the UAE arrived in Kabul today.The humanitarian assistance was handed over to the Islamic Emirate.The Islamic Emirate called on the international donors to provide their aid to Afghanistan without considering any conditions.“We call for unconditional aid …

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Afghan Factories Exported 1,800 tons Paper Abroad

AT News KABUL: The two Afghan paper factories have exported over 1,800 tons of paper within the past three overseas, the officials said. The export of paper made by these companies will be continued.   The factories are the Bahir Companies Group and Paktia Paper.   However, the traders complained about …

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Islamic Emirate: Afghan Refugees in Better Condition in Iran After Talks with Officials

AT News KAUL: The Islamic Emirate on Sunday said that the situation of the Afghan refugees have become better since the negotiations were conducted over the issue with the country’s officials. Earlier, the Iran Foreign Ministry announced that it had suspended its consulate services after the Afghans staged protests in …

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Reactions Remain Unabated Towards Pakistan Attack on Afghan Soil

AT NewsKABUL: Dozens of residents of the Nangarhar set a rally in Ghani Khail district to protest the Pakistani military’s airstrikes in Khost province as well as firing shelling on parts of Kunar province.On Friday night, the Pakistani airstrikes targeted civilians’ residences in Spiri district of Khost, in which more …

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MoE Stress on Avoid Using Ties by Male Teachers, Students

AT News KABUL: The Ministry of Education (MoE) stressed that male teachers and students refrain from using ties. The ministry in a statement also called for observation of Hijab by female teachers. However, an official at the MoE was quoted by the media saying that the order was just at …

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Closing Girls’ School Face Unabated Reactions

AT News KABUL: The deprivation of girls’ students in grades 7-12 from education is still facing strong criticism at national and international levels. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said the Islamic Emirate’s decision to close schools for girls above grade six is in contrast with the promises it …

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Afghan Economy Dropped Around One-Third: World Bank

AT News KABUL: The World Bank warned of wiping out Afghanistan’s economic progression as the country’s per capita income has dropped around one-third in the recent months of 2021. According to the World Bank, Afghanistan’s aid-dependent services sector has been hit by the crisis—which has led to a collapse in …

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