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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai accepted today the diplomatic credentials of Nils Haugstveit, New Norwegian Ambassador to Afghanistan.
The formal ceremony also attended by Foreign Minister Zalmi Rasoul was followed by a bilateral meeting in the Presidential Palace where the two sides discussed ways to broaden relations between the two countries.
Welcoming the Norwegian ambassador to Afghanistan, President Karzai said, “Norway has a special place in our hearts.” The President thanked Norway for its “steadfast support” and wished Ambassador Nils Haugstviet success during his mission in Afghanistan.
Ambassador Haugstveit reassured the President that Norway would remain” supportive of Afghanistan” in the long term and added that Royal Norwegian government the Afghan peace process.
Thanking President Karzai Ambassador Huagstveit concluded.” We look forward to your visit” to Norway in a near future.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The House of People with Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi on the chair held session yesterday and had tasked the commission for defense and justice to identify those behind violence in Kabul on September-8 the day for the martyrdom of the national hero Ahmad Shah Masoud, the press department of the House said yesterday.
Some of the lawmakers while condemning the violent incident created in Pul-i-Sokhta area of Kabul on Sept.-8 saying the national hero Masoud belongs to all the nation of Afghanistan but unfortunately some opportunists by misusing the name of Masoud created trouble on among the people in Pul-i-Sokhta area must be brought to justice

Tuesday, 11 September 2012 06:06

MoPH Marks World Suicide Prevention Day

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan observed the International Suicide Prevention day on Monday.
This is the tenth anniversary day of world suicide prevention. This day is celebrated by national and international NGOs in the world and the purpose is decreasing the number of suicide.
Dr. Najia Tariq deputy minister of Health care services provision for MoPH while calling the suicides as a social problem in Afghanistan said that there is no accurate and confirmed data available about number of deaths from suicide in Afghanistan but the broadcast of some medias and research of NGOs for example Media Afghanistan released in 2008 that the suicide is more in female than male.
This study which is conducted in Kabul, Herat and Wardak Provinces the findings are below.
She added that the attempt of suicide by female is mostly response against all from of violence which affects their personality.
The young ladies between ages 16 to 19 are more likely  to attempt suicide compare to other age group 95% of suicide are attempted by uneducated of less educated female. However, the rest 5% cases most probably causes accidently.
Approximately the 80% of people attempted suicide are married. The common age for single female to attempt suicide is age 14 year.
The common age for suicide totally in female is age 19 year.
“However during one year approximately 34 cases of suicide are registered with TABISH counseling centers and some of them have attempt suicide and some of them have the thought of suicide among those 28 were female and 6 were male clients “Dr. Tariq stated.
The reason which involved in these cases are the compulsory wedding, family violence, rape illegal relation, and the negative competition among families, poverty, scarcity and family responsibilities and mental problems, she concluded.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai has described the suicide attack in Kabul as an unforgivable crime and strongly condemned it a statement released by presidential palace here said.
A suicide bomber, accordingly to interior ministry blew himself up among demonstrators in Kunduz city on Monday killing 15 people and injuring 31 others in the statement the president while expressing sympathy with families of the victims and praying for the early recovery of the injured men noted that targeting civilians is against Islamic teaching and enmity with the human beings.


Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Our prideful Afghanistan has been suffering moral and material losses for the last 34 years when coup d’états and revolutions had started in the country. 
Though in this period the brave people of the country bravely stood against the varying invasions and give sacrifices, however in every instance the intensity of world and regional plots prevented them to feel the outcome of their strivings. 
The killing of the sons of this homeland, destruction of infrastructures and even endangering of national sovereignty of the government of Afghanistan were miseries that overwhelmed this people. 
From the creation of the interim government too date. Afghanistan continually and tirelessly tried to reconstruct the destructions and to treat the wounds of the people. 
The presence of Afghanistan of Afghanistan at the international arena for the second time and verification of its national sovereignty was a priority of the government in the past ten years. 
Today we are taking another big political step towards restoration of the sovereignty of the government of Afghanistan and this is full transition of the Bagram prison and its administration by the US forces to the government of Afghanistan. 
With the transition of Bagram prison to the government sovereignty, an end has been put to the foreign prisons on the Afghan territories. 
The Bagram prison has been an ugly phenomenon that is the product of terrorist activities in Afghanistan. 
Hereafter the Bagram prison has been turned into an ordinary captivity site of Afghanistan and the alien will be freed from it and the criminals will remain in it to witness their punishment as per the enforced laws of Afghanistan. 
I consider transition of the Bagram prison to the government of Afghanistan as a victory for the nation and a big step towards verification of the national sovereignty of the government. 
While I am congratulating the countrymen on this occasion, I thank all the administrations and foundations having strived in this respect and succeeded in their efforts. 
I assign all the judicial organs to accelerate addressing the pending files of the prisoners. I want to point to an important issue that all the employees and the in charges of the prison should strictly observe human rights and Islamic rites in approaching with the prisoners.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Karzai chaired the session of the Council of Ministers. 
At the start, president Karzai considered transition of the responsibilities of Bagram prison from the coalition forces to the government of Afghanistan as a positive step towards ensuring national sovereignty of Afghanistan and emphasized that hereafter the coalition forces will not have the right for maintaining any prison on the territory of Afghanistan.
President Karzai also assessed the approach of irresponsible individuals on the anniversary of martyrdom of national hero and the Shaheed Week in Pul-i-Sokhta of Kabul that caused the death and wounding of a number of individuals. 
At the session the vice-president also discussed this incident and the security deputy minister of interior presented a report on this incident and the status of the clashes that disrupted public order there.
He added that investigations carried by the assigned commission by the Presidential Office are in the process. 
The cabinet session after evaluating this issue decided that the main instigators and perpetrators of the incident should be verified and legally dealt with.
In another part of the session the recent survey of the UN in respect to increased case of malnutrition in Kandahar and Helmand was taken up.
At this report it is said that around one third of children under five whose number reaches to one million in Kandahar and Helmand are affected by serious malnutrition.
The cabinet session decided that a delegation led by ministry of public health and composed of representatives of the ministries of economy, rehabilitation and rural development, labor and social affairs visit Helmand and Kandahar provinces and study the root causes of the mal-nutrition in these provinces.
It is said that the delegation is duty bound to specify through a survey the shortage percentage of milk and food and inability of the people of Helmand and Kandahar in buying milk for their children and prepare its report in one month and present to the Council of Ministers.

Monday, 10 September 2012 12:01

Suicide Attack In Kunduz

Monday, September 10, 2012
Kunduz (BNA) Few minutes ago a suicide attack took place in Kunduz city. 
According to BNA reporter, this attack occurred in the Chouk of Kunduz city in a crowded area. 
The local authorities said nothing about casualties and financial damages of this attack yet, but eyewitness said it has human causalities. 
The details of this report will publish later.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, September 10, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A person who organized suicide attacks in Jalalabad city, center of Nangarhar province, arrested in a military operation yesterday. 
This militia was organizing a suicide event in Jalalabad city arrested by Afghan and NATO forces. 
According to NATO press statement, with arresting of this militia, carrying out of a suicide attack prevented in that province. 
It is said the arrested militia confessed on organizing tens of terrorists attack in Nangarhar province. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, 10 September 2012 11:54

District Governor Of Zormat Arrested

Monday, September 10, 2012
Gardiz (BNA) The governor of Zormat district of Paktia province and two employment of agriculture Dept. of this district were arrested on charges of embezzlement by national security forces.  
Najibullah Sultanzou head of Paktia Supreme Court said to BNA, Hajji Gulab Shah Governor of Zormat district of that province and 2 employments of agriculture of this district were arrested on charges of embezzlement of 73 kg of wheat. 
According to him, the wheat was due to distribute to needy families of that district. 
The case is under investigation by police. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, 10 September 2012 11:53

30 Schools To Construct In Herat

Monday, September 10, 2012
Herat (BNA) The document work for reconstruction of 30 schools in Herat city was signed among education head and in charges of construction companies yesterday. 
These projects consisted of reconstruction of schools’ walls, construction of medical sections and construction of volleyball and basketball gymnasium which will be completed at the cost of 2700,000 Afghanis three next months. 
It is said that with completion of this plan, the problems of schools will be solved at the level of city and districts of Herat. 
In charge of education Dept. of Herat said to BNA, 70 per cent of these projects will be constricted at the level of the districts and others inside the city. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada