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Monday, November 12, 2018

Jalalabad (BNA) 17 ISIS fighters were killed in recent attacks of security forces in Nangarhar province last night.
The fighters were targeted in parts of Nangarhar province by air and ground raids.
Selab army corps commander in east of the country told BNA, 17 ISIS loyalists were killed in the raids while terrorist activities on their stronghold in Nazyan, Doorbaba and Ghanikhail districts.
According to reports, several hideouts of the fighters with all war equipment have been demolished.
It is mentionable that no casualties sustained to security forces and civilians in the raids.
T. Yarzada

Monday, 12 November 2018 07:24

Drone Raid Kills Daesh Top Commander

Monday, November 12, 2018

Jalalabad (BNA) A top commander of Daesh fighters was targeted by drone raid in Nangarhar province late last night.
Mullah Abdul Khaliq was targeted by drone raid in Hasaka Mine district of Nangarhar province with other insurgent.
Ataullah Khogyani spokesman for Nangarhar governor told BNA, Abdul Khaliq was Daesh military in charge and one of senior commanders of this group in Afghanistan.
Khogyani added, the fighter was suppressed while terrorist attacks.
It is said that no harm incurred to civilians and security forces in the raid.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Charikar (BNA) The construction work of Cricket Gymnasium kick off by governor of Parwan and chairman of Cricket board in that province yesterday.
According to BNA correspondent, in foundation of the ceremony, governor of Parwan Fazluddin Ayar said, cricket is a great achievement for our country, and the national cricketers have been able to raise the Afghanistan flag in the world, and called people in into unity and solidarity, saying that sport strengthen unity among the people.
Azatullah Fazli chairman of cricket board of the country thanking the officials of Parwan province for inviting the land for the cricket office of the central zone of Bandar Amir, the youth has called for unity and mutual cooperation.
On the other hand, the head of Band-e-Amir Cricket board Mir Mubarez said, the central zone of Band-e-Amir is in Parwan province, which includes athletes from Parwan, Panjshir, Kapisa, Bamyan, Daikundi and Wardak provinces.
In the end, Khalil Fazli a member of the provincial council and Ruhullah Sediqi, the Charikar governor are confident in their cooperation in this zone.
According to the officials, 20 Jiribs of land are planned for the construction of a square and cabinet board at the center of Parwan.
T. Yarzada

Monday, 12 November 2018 07:21

Armed Militants Detained in Samangan

Monday, November 12, 2018

Aibak (BNA) Police of Samangan province have detained two armed militants yesterday.
Head of Samangan security commandment told BNA, Taliban wanted to enter via Khoram Sarbagh district of Samangan to Dahan-e-Ghori district, detained by police forces with three weapons.
It is said that the detained militants in their primary investigation acknowledged that they went to Baghlan province for terrorist activities.
T. Yarzada

Monday, 12 November 2018 07:19

ADSF Kill 13 Militants in Badghis

Monday, November 12, 2018

Qala-e-Naw (BNA) The security officials of Badghis province say that 13 armed militants were killed in a conflict of Afghan Defense Security Forces in Qads District of that province yesterday.
Badghis security source told BNA reporter, Taliban stormed from two directions on Qads district and wanted to take the control of the mentioned district which were faced with sever resistance of defense security forces.
He said, 13 insurgents including three commanders of Taliban and expert of mine making were killed and eight others have been hurt.
According to the source, two policemen were also martyred and three others with 8 soldiers of ANA forces have been injured in the clash.
T. Yarzada

Monday, 12 November 2018 07:18

Taliban Mine Planters Killed in Farah

Monday, November 12, 2018

Farah (BNA) Ten Taliban mine planters were killed in attack of security forces in Farah province last night.
The insurgents were suppressed in Balabalok district.
ANA commander in west of the country told BNA, ten armed insurgents were killed in the raid.
According to reports, the insurgents’ were targeted while planting a mine in a main road in the province.
It is mentionable that there were no harm and losses incurred to security forces and civilians in the raid.
T. Yarzada

Monday, 12 November 2018 07:17

Six Men Arrested Accused Criminal Crimes

Monday, November 12, 2018

Kandahar (BNA) Six men have been detained on charges of criminal crimes in Kandahar province.
The men have been detained from different parts of Kandahar province in clearing operations of police forces.
Security source of Kandahar told BNA, the detained men are involved in killing, rubbery and smuggling narcotic drug,
The detainees in primary investigation acknowledged to their crimes in that province.
Security officials of Kandahar said, after completion of investigation, the men will be send to judicial organs.
T. Yarzada

Monday November 12, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Hundreds of protesters during a demonstration rally closed the main roads in Kabul city for traffic as they want the government to ensure the security of the districts in central Ghazni and Urozgan provinces.
According to BNA report, The protesters have gathered near the road leading towards Presidential Palace and demand President Ghani to issue a decree to suppress the Taliban militants.
The protesters accuse government of not providing enough security to the central parts of the country especially in Khas Uruzgan district of Uruzgan province; and Malistan and Jaghori districts of Ghazni province, which is home to mostly Hazaras.
The protesters said the Kabul Garrison chief, General Murad Ali Murad, had tried to stop them from marching and had asked that they send representatives to discuss the issue. However, protesters refused and continued their march.
This comes after Taliban last week launched group attacks from several directions on Jaghori district, one of Afghanistan’s most secure districts in Ghazni province.

Monday November 12, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has decided to suspend the repatriation process of Afghan refugees in Pakistan for around four months due to cold weather. According to a spokesperson of the UNHCR, the repatriation process will be halted from first of next month till 28th of February next year due to drop in temperature and severe cold. He said all UNHCR centers in Pakistan and Afghanistan will remain closed during the winter. Registered Afghan refugees will not be given financial compensation in case of return during the period. The operation will resume from March next year. On Thursday, Afghan-Pak second meeting of the Refugee Working Group (WG) on Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS) was held at the Pakistani Ministry of States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON).
Both sides deliberated on the ways to enhance mutual cooperation for a dignified, gradual, time-bound and complete return of the Afghan nationals to their country. During the meeting, the two sides had exchanged views and agreed on the rules of procedure for the meetings of the working group. The next meeting of the APAPPS Working Group on Refugees will be held in Kabul in January next year. The first meeting was held in Kabul on July 22, 2018, as part of the inaugural session.
The Afghan delegation was headed by Deputy Minister of Refugees and Repatriation Dr Alema. SAFRON Secretary Mohammad Aslam led the Pakistan side in the meeting, which discussed matters related to Afghan refugees and other categories of Afghan nationals residing in Pakistan.

Monday, 12 November 2018 07:10

Acting MoIC Visits Chehelsotoun Palace

Monday November 12, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Accompanied by Acting Mayor Ahmad Shuaib Rahim, Agha Khan development foundation ambassador, Ms. Nurjahan Mawani, deputy MoIC on cultural affairs, Prof. Mohammad Rassoul Bawari, MoIC’s advisor on international affairs, Dr. Tariq Reshad, director of historical monuments, Abdul Ahad Abbasi, director of archeology department, Noor Agha Noori, the ministry’s director of policy and plan, Abdul Moqim, Acting Minister of Information and Culture looked round the Chehelsotoun Palace yesterday, BNA reported.
Chehelsotoun Palace had been destroyed during the domestic wars. Its reconstruction has been started in 2014 with the assistance of Germany cost €12.5 million. Last month, a trilateral agreement was signed between the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC), Kabul Municipality and Agha Khan Foundation, based on which the three gardens of Chehelsotoun, Babur and Temor Shah Mausoleum to be managed as Kabul’s historical gardens.
At the same time, these gardens would be supervised by a nine-member MoIC’s board, Kabul Municipality department and Agha Khan cultural foundation, in which any entity has introduced three members in this respect.