TimeLine Layout

June, 2021

  • 27 June

    Afghanistan inherits America’s war on terrorism

    AT News KABUL: Sources in Afghanistan and the United States say that Washington is to hand over the ongoing so-called ‘war on terror’ to Afghan forces to more facilitate troop withdrawal. The US was involved in the Afghan war since the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan in an attempt to uproot …

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  • 27 June

    Secret documents reveal UK’s military plans for Afghanistan

    AT News KABUL: Secret British military documents about Afghanistan have been founded at a bus stop in England, with one suggesting recommendations for a possible UK military presence in the war-torn country, reports said on Sunday. The UK’s Ministry of Defence documents containing details about the British military were found …

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  • 26 June

    Editorial: Important of 650 U.S. forces’ remaining

    The Associated Press reported from some American officials that the U.S. will keep some 600 troops to provide security for the diplomatic mission in Kabul. The remaining of this number of troops is a dynamic step amid uncertainty of war and peace that sparked fears and concerns among the Afghan …

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  • 26 June

    Pakistan says will close border if Taliban seize power

    AT News KABUL: Pakistan would close borders if the Taliban forcibly seized power in Afghanistan, the country’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan said. A Pakistani Newspaper Dawn quoted Khan as saying that Afghanistan could connect Pakistan’s trade ties with the central Asian countries. He said that Pakistan would pay all-out efforts …

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  • 26 June

    Pakistan says will close Durand Line if Taliban seize power

    AT News KABUL: Pakistan would close borders if the Taliban forcibly seized power in Afghanistan, the country’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan said. A Pakistani Newspaper Dawn quoted Khan as saying that Afghanistan could connect Pakistan’s trade ties with the central Asian countries. He said that Pakistan would pay all-out efforts …

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  • 26 June

    Karzai saddened by national trader’s death

    AT News KABUL: Former President, Hamid Karzai expressed condolences over the death of Hajji Abdul Qader also known as Hajji Qandil Boy. In a statement issued Saturday, Karzai called Hajji Qader as a patriotic man who served for the welfare of people especially in improvement of agriculture and carpet weaving …

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  • 26 June

    Iran’s hand behind district fall in Herat, Farah: Report

    KABUL: Taliban insurgents took control of some districts in the western province of Farah some three weeks ago in which at least 30 security forces were killed. Farah borders Iran’s province of Southern Khorasan. According to reports, the districts of Lash Jovain, Anar Dara and Posht Koh fell to Taliban.The …

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  • 26 June

    US air force targets Taliban position in northern Afghanistan, media reports

    AT News KABUL: Some Western media outlets report that the United States military had pounded by drone attacks Friday just hours before President Ghani’s meeting with his American counterpart Joe Biden in the White House. The Fox News has cited officials in the Pentagon, saying that the US army had …

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  • 26 June

    Virus cases slightly decline, but oxygen crisis still unabated

    AT News KABUL: Afghanistan has seen a significant decline in new coronavirus cases over the past day, as health officials say daily virus cases dropped to 1,095 on Saturday. But minister of health has said that hospitals are still facing an acute shortage of oxygen supplies which is making it …

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  • 26 June

    GAAC donates food to IDPs

    AT News KABUL: GAAC has distributed food rations to 500 families who are displaced due to ongoing conflicts in Ghazni, Bamyan, and Maidan Wardak provinces under leadership of Mustafa Shahab, Deputy Director of German Aid for Afghan Children. These people are destitute and living in abject poverty. GAAC is extending …

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