TimeLine Layout

June, 2021

  • 6 June

    168 Taliban rebels killed in fresh military stings

    AT News KABUL: At least 168 Taliban insurgents were killed and 59 others wounded in a series of military operations conducted by the Afghan security forces in different provinces across the country in the past 24 hours, the defense ministry said Sunday. Backed by the Afghan Air Forces, the Afghan …

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  • 6 June

    Police arrest 10 over criminal charges in Kabul

     AT News KABUL: 10 people were arrested in Kabul for involvement in criminal offences in latest crackdowns conducted by the Afghan National Police members in Kabul, the capital city in the past 24 hours. The suspects are convicted to murder, robbery, looting of citizens’ mobile phones, and carrying illegal arms …

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  • 5 June

    27 arrested on criminal charges in Kabul

    AT News KABUL: Twenty seven people were arrested in Kabul for involvement in criminal offences as part of police operation fighting crime and drug trafficking in capital city over the past two days. The suspects are convicted of murder, possession of unregistered weapons, disrupting public order, robbery, looting of citizens’ …

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  • 5 June

    Afghanistan records highest single-day death toll from COVID-19

    AT News KABUL: Afghanistan registered its highest every single-day toll of 41 COVID-19 deaths, the ministry of public health said Saturday. The country also reported 1,273 fresh cases of coronavirus, bringing the total tally to 79,236 cases nationwide since the outbreak of the virus started over a year ago. According …

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  • 5 June

    13 security forces killed in Badakhshan airstrike

    AT News KABUL: An airstrike killed 13 public uprising forces in northern Badakhshan province including a commander, residents claimed on Saturday. The airstrike was conducted on Friday in Kohsan district of the province. According Mahmood Rahman, a member of the Badakhshan provincial council, a commander of the public uprising forces …

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  • 5 June

    Police arrest 12 people for aiding terrorists

    AT News KABUL: Police in Kabul and Logar have arrested 12 people for aiding and providing logistical support to terrorists in Kabul and Logar provinces. The arrests were made after police officers carried out raids in the provinces of Kabul and Logar. “Special Forces carried out three raids and arrested …

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  • 5 June

    ‘Al-Qaeda Chief Al-Zawahiri is somewhere between Afghanistan, Pakistan’

    According to a United Nations report, the group’s elusive leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri is “probably alive but too frail to be featured in propaganda.” AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: A significant part of the Al-Qaeda leadership resides in the Afghanistan and Pakistan region, including the group’s elusive leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, who is …

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  • 5 June

    Talibanization in Afghanistan Could Explode Central Asia

    The Islamic holy month of Ramadan, in which Muslims observe daylong fasting, is supposed to be a time for strict piety, restraint and self discipline. But this year Ramadan saw unprecedented escalation in fighting and bloodshed in Afghanistan as the Taliban continued the ruthless carnage, targeting common Afghans in most …

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  • 5 June

    Three districts fall to Taliban in Nuristan, Zabul

    AT News KABUL: Three districts are purportedly fallen into the Taliban as armed conflicts have been intensifying across the country. A local source in the eastern province of Nuristan, talking on condition of anonymity, said that the security forces retreated from Do Ab and Mandawal districts of the province. The …

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  • 5 June

    Editorial: Ineffective lockdowns

    Fearing the rapid surge of the Covid-19, the government last month enforced lockdowns on educational centers and institutions. The schools and Universities were closed while the parks, cinemas, wedding halls and other entertainment places remained opened for public. The lockdowns on educational centers become ineffective as the number of corronavirus …

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