TimeLine Layout

November, 2022

  • 21 November

    Pak-Afghan border re-opens as new clash erupts across Durand Line

    AT News Kabul: Pakistan on Monday (November 21) reopened a border crossing with Afghanistan which was shut for trade and transit. The crossing was closed post clash between security forces last week. The border crossing is situated between Pakistani town of Chahman and Afghan district of Spin Boldak. Abdul Hameed …

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  • 21 November

    Earthquake kills 56, wounds hundreds in Indonesia

    AT News Kabul: An earthquake has struck the main Indonesian island of Java, leaving at least 56 people dead and hundreds injured, local officials say. The 5.6 magnitude quake struck Cianjur town in West Java, at a shallow depth of 10km (six miles), according to US Geological Survey data. Officials …

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  • 21 November

    Potzel to discuss regional security with central Asian countries

    Markus Potzel, the Deputy Special Representative of the United Nations Mission in Afghanistan, has visited Tajikistan and Uzbekistan for the purpose of discussing regional cooperation with officials of these countries. UNAMA announced that during his visit this week, Mr. Putzel will discuss with the government officials of both countries about …

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  • 21 November

    Half of Afghan media outlets stop operations since last year

    AT Kabul: The 21st of November coincides with the World Television Day, but this day comes while most of the visual media in Afghanistan are facing economic problems. The organization supporting the free media in Afghanistan (NAI) has published a statement on the occasion of this day and said that …

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  • 20 November

    Electronic ID card distribution resumed in Kabul

    AT Kabul: Afghanistan’s National Statistics and Information Authority (NSIA) announced that the process of issuing National ID card in Afghanistan has been resumed normally after reaching one million and 700 thousand new electronic ID cards. The department said, a contract for printing Afghanistan’s electronic ID cards has been signed with …

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  • 20 November

    Road accident kills 11, wound 46 in Baghlan province

    AT Kabul: Two back to back road accidents killed at least 11 people and wounded 46 others in Afghanistan’s northern Baghlan province late on Saturday, local officials confirmed Sunday. The first accident took place on Saturday evening as two passenger buses collided with each other in the Kilagai area of …

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  • 20 November

    Rishi Sunak makes first visit to Ukraine

    AT Kabul: The British government has announced that it will provide a new air defense aid package to help protect Ukraine’s civilians and its critical national infrastructure to counter Russian aerial attacks. According to the British government’s website announcement, Rishi Sunak, the Prime Minister of this country, during his first …

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  • 20 November

    Chaman border closure hits hard on Afghan traders

    AT Kabul: The Kandahar Chamber of Commerce and Industry says that the blocking of the Spin Boldak-Chaman crossing has cost Afghan traders millions of Afghanis. Abdul Baqi Bana, the deputy of this department, told Voice of America on Saturday that the property of Afghan businessmen is stuck on both sides …

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  • 19 November

    North Korea vows ‘nuclear’ response to US threats

    AT Kabul: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has firmly warned to counter US threats with nuclear weapons amid Washington’s military activities in the region, including joint exercises with Seoul and Tokyo. North Korea’s official news agency KCNA said on Saturday that Kim made the warning after he personally oversaw Pyongyang’s …

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  • 19 November

    Afghanistan membership revoked in MFC

    AT Kabul: The Media Freedom Coalition (MFC) has announced that it has removed Afghanistan’s membership in this coalition. This decision was taken due to the loss of freedom of the media and the imposition of restrictions on the media by the current Afghan ruling body. Canada and Netherlands, which jointly …

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