TimeLine Layout

September, 2022

  • 10 September

    King Charles III, announced the new monarch

    AT News Kabul: Prince Charles, the eldest son of Elizabeth became the King of England and her first son William became the crown prince of this country. Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II of England has died at the age of 96 on Friday Sep 9. In a statement …

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  • 10 September

    Dozens Afghan girls protest for schools reopening

    AT News Kabul: Dozens of female students protested against the closure of their schools in Paktia province. These girls demanded the reopening of their schools. The pictures that are circulating on social media, shows that these female students, dressed in school uniforms, took to the streets in the city of …

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  • 10 September

    Karzai says access to education is the key to national welfare

    AT News Kabul: On the occasion of world literacy day, the former president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, said that access to education is one of the most fundamental human rights that leads to prosperity and success of countries. According to Karzai, Taliban should provide education for the country’s youth and …

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  • 8 September

    Taliban to sign contract with UAE’s GAAC company over airspace control

    AT News Kabul: The Taliban administration announced on Thursday they would sign the third and final major contract for running Afghanistan’s airports with the United Arab Emirates’ GAAC Holding. The contract would run for 10 years, deputy head of Afghanistan’s ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation, told reporters at a …

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  • 8 September

    Kabul residents complains about the shortage of potable water

    AT News Kabul: Some Kabul residents are lamenting the lack of water in parts of the city and say that the lack of water in many areas has caused them serious problems. According to Afghanistan Times, they want the officials of the Taliban government to provide them with access to …

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  • 8 September

    Herat citizens complain about the continued house inspection by the Taliban

    AT News Kabul: Local sources in Herat say that the Taliban have launched house-to-house inspections in this province for three days. According to local sources this inspection is going on in some areas of Herat city. Although the Taliban in Herat have stated that the purpose of this inspection is …

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  • 8 September

    24 Million people in Afghanistan in need of vital humanitarian aid

    AT News Kabul: The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) says thousands of Afghan citizens who have been affected by the June earthquake and recent floods are facing the risk of famine and in need of urgent aid as winter approaches. OCHA on Wednesday wrote on …

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  • 7 September

    Less than 1 percent of Britain’s people voted on the new prime minister

    By Megan Specia The New York Times It may come as a surprise, particularly to those less familiar with parliamentary systems of government, that the decision on Britain’s new leader has been made by just a small (and not very representative) fraction of the country’s 67 million people. Around 160,000 …

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  • 7 September

    The aid package of 40 million USD reached Kabul

    AT News Kabul: Afghanistan received a fresh batch of 40 million U.S. dollars in cash humanitarian aid and deposited to one of the country’s commercial banks, the central bank said in a statement on September 6. While expressing gratitude and appreciation for the help of the international community, Da Afghanistan …

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  • 7 September

    Academic year begins in tropical areas without reopening of girls’ schools

    AT News Kabul: The new academic year of 1401 started yesterday in tropical provinces of Afghanistan while schools for female students in grade 7-12 remain closed around the country. In the session that were held for this purpose, the speakers expressed their satisfaction with the new beginning of the academic …

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