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July, 2022

  • 24 July

    Heavy rain forecast across Afghanistan

    AT Kabul: The Meteorological Department has warned about the possibility of rain with flash floods in 24 provinces of Afghanistan. According to the announcement of this department, today (Sunday, July 24) and tomorrow there is a possibility of relatively heavy rain with floods in Kabul, the capital and the provinces …

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  • 24 July

    WHO declares monkeypox a global emergency amid surge in cases

    AT Kabul: The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the monkeypox outbreak in more than 70 countries an “emergency of international concern”. Governments are advised to raise awareness among doctors and hospitals, take protective measures in suspected cases and educate members of the population on how to protect themselves from …

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  • 24 July

    Taliban delegation left for Tashkent to participate in international conference

    AT Kabul: A delegation led by Taliban-appointed Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi left Kabul for Tashkent to participate in an international conference on Afghanistan which is to be held Monday, the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson said. Tashkent is going to host a world meeting focusing on Afghanistan starting …

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  • 24 July

    Millions in Afghanistan facing food insecurity

    AT Kabul: Based on the report of the World Food Program, it is estimated that 18.9 million people – about half of the population of Afghanistan – will be severely infected by food insecurity between June and November, 2022 This report adds that 7.4 million children, lactating and pregnant women …

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  • 23 July

    Russia and Ukraine agreed to resume grain exports via the Black Sea

    AT Kabul: Grain exports from Black Sea ports could resume within weeks after Ukraine and Russia signed an agreement to ensure safe passage for cargo ships, UN officials say. The shipping companies need guarantees to ensure their ships can pass through the waters, which are believed to be mined by …

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  • 23 July

    Afghanistan to import 350,000 tons of fuel from Iran

    AT Kabul: The Ministry of Finance of the interim government of the Taliban has announced that Afghanistan is going to import 350,000 tons of petroleum products from Iran in order to reduce the price of petroleum products in the country. According to the ministry’s announcement, the contract for the purchase …

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  • 23 July

    UNAMA to speed up aid delivery to quake victims

    AT Kabul: “Marcus Potzel”, the head of the United Nations Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and “Ramiz Al-Akbarov”, the coordinator of the humanitarian affairs of the United Nations in Afghanistan, met with the local elders of the earthquake-stricken province of “Khost” and “Serajuddin Haqqani”, the interior minister of Taliban  interim government. …

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  • 21 July

    Taliban assures the completion of Kamal Khan dam

    AT News Kabul: Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid announced that the cabinet of the interim government has formed a delegation headed by the Ministry of Water and Energy with the aim of completing the construction of the Kamal Khan and Bakhsh Abad dams. The Taliban spokesperson wrote in a tweet: “A …

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  • 21 July

    Former President Hamed Karzai met with members of the Afghanistan Journalism Council

    AT News Kabul: Former President met with a number of members of the Afghanistan Journalism Council. In this meeting, the attendees talked about the problems of journalists and media in the country, considered the progress of the country to be dependent on education and emphasized that he hopes that girl …

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  • 20 July

    ISIS blamed for most civilian casualties in Afghanistan

    AT News KABUL: The United Nations Mission in Afghanistan in a report on human rights situation in Afghanistan said that it had recorded over 2,106 civilian casualties including 700 killed and 1406 wounded since August 2021. According to the report, Khorasan branch of the ISIS terrorist group committed most of …

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