TimeLine Layout

June, 2021

  • 11 June

    COVID-19: 2,606 infections, 93 deaths in 48 hours

    AT News KABUL: The Ministry of Public Health reported 2,606 confirmed cases of Covid-19 with additional fatalities of 93 deaths within the past two days. The tally was recorded across the country and during this period, 725 patients were recovered. According to the health ministry, the Thursday’s pandemic cases were …

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  • 11 June

    Editorial: The Makkah Summit on Afghan Peace

    The religious clerics of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia in a recent summit declared the Afghan war illegal and forbidden. The summit was hosted by Saudi Arabia in Makkah via zoom conference. The Afghans welcome anyone who put any step forward in to grip this nation with peace and reconciliation. …

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  • 11 June

    Reconciliation Council says there is no census on State Supreme Council

    AT News KABUL: The Afghan government is scrambling over the establishment of the State Supreme Council due to serious political controversies, looming between the government and political leaders. Deputy of the high council for national reconciliation, Haji Din Mohammad said that there is no final agreement on formation of the …

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  • 11 June

    Karzai saddened by former jihadi commander’s death

    AT News KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai expressed sorrow over the death of a former jihadi commander, Fazlullah Mujadedi. Former President said in a statement that late Mujadedi was an influential Jihadi Commander who accomplished remarkable services for his country and people. Mujadedi had served as member of the lower …

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  • 11 June

    Religious scholars at Makkah Summit called for end of war in Afghanistan

    AT News KABUL: The Ulema of Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan stressed on ending the Afghan war and called on the Afghan warring parties to peruse peace and put aside their differences on the negotiation table. The summit was hosted by Makkah via zoom conference held on Thursday. The Afghan …

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  • 11 June

    Taliban reject likely Turkey presence in Kabul to guard Kabul airport

    AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: The Taliban group opposed Turkey for guarding the Kabul Airport, saying that Ankara should exit pullout troops from Afghanistan under the 2020 deal signed between the U.S. and insurgents for the pullout of American forces. The development raises serious questions for the United States, other countries …

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  • 9 June

    Protesters in Badakhshan call for governor’s dismissal

    AT News KABUL: A protest over lack of water and electricity in Fayzabad city of Badakhshan province which turned violent on Tuesday has entered its second day with demonstrators calling on the government to sack the governor and bring him to justice. The protest which went berserk after security guards …

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  • 9 June

    Lawmakers criticizes shooting on protestors in Badakhshan

    AT News KABUL: Lawmakers on their Wednesday session voiced criticisms on the government for shooting the protestors in the northern province of Badakhshan. On Tuesday, dozens of people come out in front of the provincial governor’s office to protest the rising insecurity. However the protestors engaged into physical dispute that …

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  • 9 June

    Journalist killed as violence grips Logar

    AT News KABUL: A local journalists was killed as severe clashes erupted between the Afghan security forces and Taliban on Wednesday in southeastern Logar province. The family of the slain journalist, Haffizulah Haqparast, confirmed his death to the media but the local officials are yet to provide information in regards. …

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  • 9 June

    Editorial: Not a wasteland state

    After two decades of U.S. warfare in Afghanistan, nobody has ever thought to heap in such a period of hopelessness. There is no thinkable scenario in Afghanistan after the U.S. troops withdraw due to intensification of war, and the government losing territory and also soldiers. Nearly 100 Afghan security forces …

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