11 December 2018

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Tuesday, 11 December 2018 07:52

Explosion Jolted Kabul’s Paghman District

Tuesday December 11, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Sound of a huge explosion heard in relevant areas of Kabul’s Paghman district earlier today.
It has been said, a large blast targeted military convey in Paghman district, located in northwest of Kabul province.
Nasrat Rahimi deputy spokesman for Ministry of Interior confirmed the blast, but said nothing about the probable casualties of the incident.
This is a developing story…

Tuesday December 11, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The Independent Election Commission (IEC) has announced the initial of Wolesi Jirga elections from Balkh, Logar, Paktika, Badakhshan and Faryab provinces.
Addressing reporters in Kabul, IEC chief Abdul Badi Sayyad said candidates Ghulam Mohammad Abbas Ibrahimzada, Abdul Hameed Sharifi, Ahmad Shah Ramazan, Mohammad Ali Mohaqiq, Mualem Khan Azadi, Syed Zahir Shah Masrour, Raees Abdul Khaleq, Gul Rahman Hamdard, Saifurai Niyazi, Fawzia Hameedi and Breshana Rabai have grabbed the majority votes in Balkh province according to the primary results.
He said from Logar, Mohammad Ismael Sediqui, Wafullah Eftikhar, Eng. Mohammad Asif Nabizai and Huma Ahmadi were leading candidates.
Mohammad Merza Katawazai, Mohammad Daud Katawazai, Nader Khan Katawazai and Hela Mujtaba won most of the votes in Paktika provinces.
From Badakhshah, the IEC head said Abdul Rauf Enami, Abdul Shakour Waqif Hakemi, Hujatullah Kheradmand, Abdul Wali Niyazi, Mualvi Zabihullah Atiq, Zalmai Mujadidi, Dr. Ahmad Zia Yaftali, Nelofar Ibrahimi and Sadiqa Adeb collected the majority votes.
From Faryab province, Hashmatullah Arman, Rasoul Faryabi, Mohammad Hashim Khan, Syed Babar Jamal, Sanjar Kargar, Mohammad Anwar Basheleq, Rangeni Kargar, Shafiqi Sakha Yolichi and Fauzia Raufi secured most of the votes.
Sayyad said the results he announced were primary and if there were any objections, they could be referred to the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC).
He added some complaints regarding Balkh elections existed and the two commissions would jointly address these complaints before the final results.
According to Sayyad, these are primary results a change is possible in the final results.

Tuesday, 11 December 2018 07:50

Man Detained With Consignment of Narcotic Drug

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Jalalabad (BNA) A man was detained with consignment of narcotic drug in Nangarhar province late last night.
The man wanted to smuggle 23kg of hashish from Behsood District to Jalalabad city, detained by police forces.
Ataullah Khogyani spokesman for Nangarhar governor told BNA, the detained man skillfully placed the narcotic drug in a vehicle.
In primary investigation, the man acknowledged to smuggling of several narcotic drug.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Trenkot (BNA) 14 armed Taliban rebels were killed in three separate events in Urozgan province yesterday.
First event occurred while security forces raid target Taliban strongholds in suburb of Treniot city, capital of Urozgan province.
Atal army corps commander in south of the country told BNA, in the raid, 10 Taliban rebels were killed and their strongholds with all war equipment have been demolished.
Another report says, security forces attacked on two groups of Taliban insurgents in Urozgan province and killed four insurgents.
The events occurred in Charcheno, Chora districts, while planting mine by Taliban on a main road of the districts.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, 11 December 2018 07:49


Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Kabul (BNA) Any peace agreement becomes effective when the two sides respect the interest of each other and take firm steps toward ensuring public interests.
BNA social affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes Zalmay Khalilzad the US special for Afghanistan has so far several times visited Taliban representatives and he is optimistic about the negotiations and talking about reaching some agreements. One of the agreements is releasing of Taliban’s prisoners.
Some media especially Pakistani media reported that Taliban in their talks with US foreign ministry envoy have presented a list of ten thousand of their prisoners who are behind bars in Afghan state run prisons.  Probably the two sides in their last negotiations have reach agreement on releasing the prisoners.
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has said nothing in that regard so far, but persistently insisted that peace negotiation is ownership of Afghans and the achievements of Afghan people would not deal in these negotiations.
Afghan people and government while welcome any move that restore peace and stability in to the country,   but insist that in such negotiations, the release of prisoners who have caused violence, killed and destructed should not be the main issue, there are many other issues that should be given priority.
On the other hand Taliban in any session or move for peace only think about their own interests, while for reaching peace agreement, the two sides should be committed to peace and the interests of each other and honestly take effective steps in the regard.
Peace in not one way street that only the state passes, release the prisoners or gives other privileges. On peace street there is a need both the government and oppositions move parallel in order the interests of both sides ensured.
The war stricken countries experiences who were involved in war for many years then reached understanding demonstrate that they have first agreed on generals and then agreed on every article of the issue.
In such agreements, freedom of prisoners had been a part of the agreement.    
But in Afghanistan such a thing has not seen. In the past thousands of Taliban have been released from prisons but never been effective for peace and mad the battle fields of Taliban warmer. Today we are witnessing the result of it.
It should not forget that Afghan people want peace but the peace that the authorities of the state insist on. This is a honorable, extensive and across Afghanistan peace that ensures national values, not negotiations aiming just the release of a number of prisoners.

Tuesday, 11 December 2018 07:48

Eight Policemen Martyred By Taliban Attacks

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Maimana (BNA) Eight policemen were martyred by Taliban attacks on their hideouts in Qaisar District, Faryab province last night.
Karim Yorish police spokesman of Qaisar district told BNA, Taliban stormed on police checkpoints in Almar bazaar, which caused martyring of eight policemen including Wahid Bai one of uprising people commander and five other policemen have been wounded.
According to Almar district governor, fight continues between the two sides, and heavy casualties inflected to Taliban.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, 11 December 2018 07:48

37 Armed Oppositions Killed Across The Country

Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Kabul (BNA) The defense forces in the last 24 hours conducting joint offensive operations in various parts of the country killed 37 armed  oppositions, wounded 29 others.
According to national defense ministry press office to BNA, the operations were launched with support of air forces in Nangarhar, Laghman, Kapisa, Ghazni, Logar, Zabul, Urozgan, Herat, Badghis, Samangan, Faryab, Kunduz and Helmand province.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, December 11, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Police of Takhar province arrested three men on charges smuggling narcotic drug.
Khalil Aseer police spokesman of Takhar told BNA correspondent, the three men placed narcotic drug in a vehicle and wanted to smuggle it from Chal district to Taliqan city, have been detained by security forces.
The case is under investigation by police forces.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, 11 December 2018 07:45

National Gallery Opens Painting Exhibition

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Deputy Minister of Information and Culture on Cultural affairs Prof, Mohammad Rasul Bawary inaugurated a painting exhibition in Kabul, BNA reported.
Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the exhibition at the National Gallery, Prof, Bawary called painting one of the fine arts in which artist creates a work with elegance.  He said creating such painting works would have positive impact on arts’ situation in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile head of National Gallery Sabera Rahmani said the exhibition included 50 painting pieces of Dr. Bahram Sadat, adding the works were reflecting Afghan people’s life and the country’s natural landscapes.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah in ending ceremony of the 16-day campaign for the elimination of violence against women said that violence against women was a big social issue that has effected soundness of society and development process in the country.
Speaking in the ceremony held yesterday at Sapidar palace with participation of women, the country’s chief executive stressed that there were still types of violence in various levels in Afghan society despite of developments in the country.
“The phenomenon of violence in backward communities involved in continued war has deep root as war causes promotion of violence and increasing of problems,” chief executive said, stressing on the elimination and reduction of violence against women in the country.
Pointing also to the issue of peace and presidential elections, the country’s  chief executive said peace process should be followed for ending war in the country, but delay in presidential elections for peace process the result of which was clear was debatable, adding that leading body of national unity government has clear position in this regard.  Chief executive further said that the people of Afghanistan wanted presidential elections to be timely held.

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