TimeLine Layout

October, 2022

  • 3 October

    Svante Paabo: Swedish scientist awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine

    AT Kabul: According to France24, Svante Paabo has won the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discoveries about the genomes of extinct humans and human evolution, the Nobel Academy announced. This is the first Nobel Prize this year, and in the coming days, it will be distributed …

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  • 3 October

    New Aid Package of $40 Million Reaches Kabul

    AT Kabul: The Central Bank of Afghanistan announced that in continuation of the international community’s humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, another cash shipment of 40 million dollars arrived in Kabul and was delivered to one of the Afghan commercial banks. In an announcement, the Central Bank of Afghanistan, while expressing gratitude …

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  • 3 October

    Karzai considers the national dialogue necessary for a lasting peace in Afghanistan

    AT Kabul: Former President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai has met with the Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan and acting head of UNAMA, Marcus Potzel. Both sides discussed the situation in Afghanistan and the region, and strongly condemned the terrorist attack on Kaj education center in Kabul. …

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  • 3 October

    Women’s handicraft exhibition held in Balkh province

    AT Kabul: An exhibition under the name of “female entrepreneurs’ handicrafts” has been launched in Balkh province for three days. The organizers of this exhibition said that women entrepreneurs have displayed their handicrafts in eighty stalls. Dozens of women in this exhibition called holding such exhibitions useful for the presence …

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  • 3 October

    Dubai Airlines resumes flights to Kabul

    AT Kabul: According to “Ghulam Jilani Wafa”, Taliban deputy Minister of Transport and Aviation the Dubai airline known as “Fly Dubai” will resume its flights to Afghanistan within the next month. Stating that all conditions for international flights have been provided at Kabul airport, he said: It was decided that …

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  • 2 October

    174 people dead after riot at Indonesian football match

    AT Kabul: Indonesia’s police announced today that at least 174 people were killed during the chaos after a football match in the country’s premier league in East Java province. Indonesian authorities announced on Sunday that at least 174 people, including two members of the police force, died in the violence …

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  • 2 October

    “Turkish Airlines” resume flights to Afghanistan

    AT Kabul: Turkish Airlines has announced that it will resume flights to Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif from March. According to an announcement on the “Turkish Airlines” website, the first bookable flight of this airline to Kabul is on March 27, and the first bookable service from Kabul is on the 26th …

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  • 2 October

    “Nobody can doubt India’s feeling for Afghan people” says Indian foreign minister

    AT Kabul: As Afghan students protest visa denial, EAM Jaishankar cites security concerns, trust and efficiency of visa system No one can doubt India’s “feelings” for Afghans, said External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, facing a question on the cancellation of visas to Afghan students who were pursuing their studies in …

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  • 1 October

    Ukraine applies for NATO membership as Putin annexes 4 regions

    AT Kabul: Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said his country is submitting an “accelerated” application to join the NATO military alliance, after Russian leader Vladimir Putin proclaimed the annexation of four partially occupied Ukrainian regions. He also said that as long as Vladimir Putin is the president of Russia, Ukraine …

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  • 1 October

    UN denounces Kabul blast and call for educational rights for all citizens

    AT Kabul: Following the deadly attack yesterday on the Kaj educational center in the west of Kabul, which resulted in killing and injuries of more than 100 students, Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations condemned this attack, and asked the Taliban to protect people’s rights to access …

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