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Monday, January 16, 2012
Faizabad (BNA) Avalanche martyred 14 civilians in Badakhshan province this morning. 
According to BNA reporter from Faizabad city, an emergency session was held under the chairmanship of Dr. Shah Waliullah Adib governor of Badakhshan province.
Nesar Ahmad Amir head of disaster management office of that province said that avalanche strike Zeech village, Ashkashem district and destroyed all residential houses. 
According to him, rescue teams from Aqakhan and Foks dispatched to the area to assist the people. 
He said that in this village 79 houses are exist and approximately, 500 people live.
According to head of disaster management office of that province, five people were martyred and six others were rescued from avalanche.  
He said that five residents of Yaftol Bala district were lost their lives and three others were martyred in Bagh Balen village.  
Governor of Badakhshan said measures have been took place for reopening of ways into that district.  
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, January 16, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Afghan security forces in the 2nd phase of taking security responsibilities have formally took-over security responsibilities of 12 districts out of 15 districts in Herat today.  
Shendand, Obei and Chasht-i-Sharif districts are not included in the second phase of transferring security responsibilities to Afghan forces.
Therefore, till beginning of the 3rd phase of transferring security responsibilities, the Italian and Spanish forces will be stationed in these three districts.
In the ceremony which was held on the occasion of transferring security responsibilities to the Afghan forces in Heart, Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai Head of Commission for transferring security said, government is committed to improve the capacity of Afghan forces with the cooperation of international community.

 

Monday, January 16, 2012
Zaranj (BNA) Police of Nimrooz province detained four persons while smuggling more than 1200 Kg of narcotic yesterday. 
It is said that these persons wanted to smuggle the narcotic to Iran country. 
Colonel Mohammad Musa Rasooli, police chief of Nimrooz province said to BNA, they skillfully placed the narcotic in two vehicles for smuggling to Iran.
The smugglers detained by police from outskirts of Khashrod district. 
1150 Kg of opium and 90 Kg of heroin were seized by police from the arrested men, said the source. 

Monday, 16 January 2012 10:55

Policemen Martyred In Khost

Monday, January 16, 2012
Khost (BNA) Two anti-narcotic police were martyred in a mine blast in Khost province last night. 
Torwali commander of anti-narcotic Dept. of that province and another officer of that Dept. were martyred when their vehicle struck with a roadside mine. 
Spokesman of Khost security commandment in a telephone call with BNA called the Taliban responsible for this event. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, 16 January 2012 10:52

Road Asphalted In Helmand

Monday, January 16, 2012
Lashkarga (BNA) The asphalting work of one Km road was executed in Nadali district of Helmand province today. 
Habibullah Shamlani governor of Nadali district said to BNA, this road connected Chamirzai area with the center of Nadali district. 
This road has one km length and 7 km wide and has been asphalted with the financial assistance of British at the cost of more than Afs 2500,000 within three last months.
With asphalting of this road transportation problems of more then 2000 families have been tackled. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

                                                                         
Monday, January 16, 2012
Lashkarga (BNA) Seven civilians were martyred in two mine blast occurred in Helmand province yesterday. 
According to Helmand press office, the first event occurred when a Saracha car struck with a mine in Khwajen area, Washir district, in which four civilians were martyred. 
The second event occurred in Nadali district when a Town-ice car struck with a roadside mine, in which two children and a woman were martyred. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada
 

Monday, January 16, 2012
Baghlan (BNA) Militias jointed to the government received cash assistance in Baghlan province today. 
Ramazan Sohrai in charge of peace council of Baghlan said to this news agency, 159 militias who giving up violence have been received cash money by peace council. 
According to Sahrai, each person has got Afs. 5000 and each commander received Afs.10, 000. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, 16 January 2012 08:20

Japan Pledges $7 m To Afghan Health Sector

Monday, January 16, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Japan will assist $7 milion to Afghanistan to be spent in the health section, an official said.
The agreement was signed on Sunday between Dr. Amanulah Jaihoon, political for Afghan ministry of foreign affairs and Japan ambassador to Kabul.
While signing the agreement, Dr. Amanullah said the assistance will be spent for improvement of health sector in Ghor province where 600,000 residents will benefit.
Acting minister Dr. Suraya Dalil, who also attended the ceremony, said provincial hospital of Ghor province will be reconstructed by the assistance. 
She said the project will be completed in two years in Ghor province. Dr. Dalil appreciated Japan for its assistance to Afghan people particularly in health sector.
Japanese ambassador also spoke in the ceremony and reiterated his country’s further assistance to Afghan people.

Monday, 16 January 2012 08:18

Mine Explosion Kills Five In Kunduz

Monday, January 16, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Five members of a family had been killed and wounded when a mine exploded in Khanabad district of Kunduz province.
According to the Security authorities of Kunduz province this incident occurred yesterday around 4:00 pm in a house in Janat Bagh area of Khanabad district of Kunduz province.
It is worth mentioning that two members of a family were killed and three others wounded in the explosion.
The mine was placed inside a house close to a stove.
Primary investigation shows that, personal enmities are the main case of this incident.

Monday, January 16, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Herat traffic police director accused of corruption has been detained by the police, said an official.
Herat police have accused provincial director of traffic police of corruption and bribery resulting in his detention the other day.
According to Delawar Shah Delawar, provincial director of security in Herat, the detainee has been submitted to relevant organs for further judicial investigation.
It is expected that his case is to be followed very soon.
The arrest was implemented after Afghan ministry of interior started its reviews in provincial directorate of traffic police in Herat.
A delegation from the ministry of interior (MoI) has recently traveled to Herat province to launch investigation in to the case.