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Saturday, December 22, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The international center of Biography in Cambridge of London and the Congress of World Science and Art that are include of 181 well-known scholars from all world, elected world philosophy Mohammad Seddiq Afghan among the above mentioned number as the Man of the world in 2012.
Focusing to the work researches and scientific activities of the World Research Center of philosophy Mathematics, after analyze and continued evaluation philosophy Mohammad Seddiq Afghan is elected as the Man of the year 2012 simultaneously and established a special medal in the name of world philosophy Mohammad Seddiq Afghan that this content has been engraved in both faces of medal.
Additionally, the said scientific institutions authorized Mohammad Seddiq Afghan to offer this medal to the world prominent and deserved scholars.
Likewise, the international scientific institution of Cambridge and world federation of Massachusetts of the US invited Mohammad Seddiq Afghan, head and founder of world philosophic Mathematics Research Center and his scientific delegation to attend in international conference that would be held from June 28 to July 3 of 2013 and from July 3rd to July 6th, 2013 in the USA. 
The academy of sciences of Afghanistan congratulates this great and unprecedented achievement and pride occurred in the course of history of our country, to the high position and all nation of Afghanistan and wishes further success from the court of Almighty Allah for world philosophy, Mohammad Seddiq Afghan.
 

Saturday, December 22, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Some elders and influential of Khas Urozgan of Urozgan province called on  Second Vice-President Mohammad Karim Khalili and discussed some of their environmental problem and the requirements of the people of that district.
They complained over the violent behavior of the armed opposition in the localities and villages of that district in the recent years and said that residents of the Baghu Char, Sayedanm Bazare Kuhna, Hazar Qadam, Ludak, Sabgi, Utti due the conflicts between the armed opposition and the government security forces have left their dwellings.
According to them around 1,000 families have been displaced due to the conflicts and settled in the neighboring provinces. 
They however welcomed the local police forces in the area and they categorically rejected the allegations as if these forces have disrupted peace and order in those regions.
They noted that some media reports are not publishing the realities in that district and they are putting the local police activities under question while they are doing their best for ensuring security.
They also rejected the allegation as if insecurity in the district is due to tribal and regional problems and said that over 1,000 families due to support of the government have been displaced to other provinces.
They asked the government for dispatching of a fact-finding delegation to assess the situation there and added that in case the activities of the local police ends there the residents life will be endangered due to the threats of the armed opposition.
They therefore emphasized on the presence of the local police and further strengthening of the forces in the Khas Uruzgan district.
Khalili welcoming the elders said that he will share the problems of the people of the district with the president of the country.
He stressed that unity between the Muslim national of Afghanistan is necessary for overcoming the problems and the challenges in the country.
He emphasized on the problems throughout the country and assured the elders of the district their problems will be addressed by the government.

Saturday, December 22, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The conference continued for five days, initially Jawed Ludin Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs briefed the participants. 
According to Ludeen the conference discussed foreign policy and priorities of foreign policy of the government of Afghanistan, considering the present conditions and the transformation decade.
He added that the views of the participants in respect with the foreign policy of Afghanistan with the neighboring countries, regional countries, the Islamic countries, international allies and in the sphere of regional cooperation, economy, stability and security were taken up at the five-day conference, which will positively impact the progress of Afghanistan’s diplomacy.
Mohammad Karim Khaili second vice-president while expressing satisfaction over the holding of this conference appreciated the measures of the foreign Ministry about holding of this conference and called it a big stet.
Talking on the mission of ambassadors and the general councils Khalili said that considering the history, culture and values of the people of the country, ambassadors and political missions of the country are shouldering heavy responsibility before the government and the people of Afghanistan. 
As regards the 2014 he noted that the leadership of the government of Afghanistan is decisive so that the process of security transition and holding of the upcoming presidential elections is successfully achieved.
In respect with the peace and stability in the country he said that peace is a necessity and the government of Afghanistan is striving to following the process of reconciliation as per the need, however efforts on this direction does not mean to ignore the present values and the past ten years of achievements. 
The government and the people of Afghanistan as well as its international partners are decisive that the present values are preserved and this country do not return to its past.
He stressed that the year 2014 does not mean end of cooperation of the international partners with the Afghan national and government.
According to Khalili Afghanistan has exerted efforts that with creation of the economic shura led by the president, adoption of the economic policy, mines policy, industries policy at the economic committee of the council of ministers pave the ground for better investments in Afghanistan.
He emphasized that necessary of facilities for internal investments and attraction of foreign investments in the country, is the priority of the leading body of the government and so far big steps have been taken in this direction.
 

Friday, 21 December 2012 11:11

Two Mine Planters Kill

Friday, December 21, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Helmand police in a clash with a number of mine planters succeeded to kill two of them.
BNA reported, the press source of Interior Ministry quoting from General Elham security commander of Helmand security commandment told, the clash took place yesterday evening on Kandahar-Helmand highway while a number of armed oppositions wanted to plant mines.
In this clash two mine planters were killed and their bodies left on the spot.
Meanwhile, Helmand police has arrested a man who wanted to carry out suicide attack from Sangeen district of that province.
No more reports have been said in this connection.
T. Rateb
 

Friday, 21 December 2012 11:00

Three Armed Taliban Killed

Friday, December 21, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Afghan security forces carried out three mopping up operations in three provinces of the country and killed a number of armed rebels.
The Interior Ministry press office told BNA, the operations carried out in the related areas of Zabul, Maidan-Wardak and Ghazni provinces in which three armed Taliban were killed, five others injured and two of them arrested.
In the operations a large number of heavy and light weaponries including 3500 warheads, 46 hand bombs, a vest coat full of explosive and 300 Kg narcotics have been seized by security forces.
T. Rateb
 

Friday, 21 December 2012 10:47

ISAF Soldier Disappears In Afghanistan

Friday, December 21, 2012
Paktika (BNA) An ISAF soldier has been disappeared since two days back in Afghanistan.
ISAF confirmed that the missed soldier was from Georgian and disappeared since Wednesday.
According to the ISAF spokesman, this soldier was stationed in the south of Afghanistan and searching operation continues to find him.
Gordian has around 1600 soldiers in Afghanistan.
This Gordian military man was disappeared in Afghanistan while an American soldier was kidnapped in Paktika province since three years back. Taliban confirmed that the kidnapped soldier is in their captive.
T. Rateb
 

Friday, December 21, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai welcomed the announcement on Wednesday by the British Prime Minister that the UK force level in Afghanistan would be around 5,200 by the end of 2013.
President Karzai welcomes the UK decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and said Afghan security forces are prepared to ensure security and protect their country.
The President called the Britain’s announcement a timely decision for the security responsibilities to be transferred to Afghan forces.
 

Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Sar-e-Pul (BNA) A commander of Taliban with his 5 colleagues was arrested by security forces in Sayad district of Sar-e-Pul province. 
Colonel Abdul Raof Tabi police chief of Sar-e-Pul said to BNA, a cleaning up operation started by security forces in Sar-e-Pul province and ended last night. 
According to him, in this operation Mullah Qamaruddin senior commander of Taliban with his 5 colleagues were arrested. 
According to the source, three other militias were arrested on charges of cooperation with Taliban. 
Four Kalashnikovs, a PK machine gun, 3 communications means and a quantity of ammunition were seized by police forces. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, December 20, 2012
Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) A six members group of terrorists were arrested on charges of different cases, by police of Balkh province today. 
Mohammad Salem Ihsas in charge police of Balkh province said to BNA the police personnel of that province arrested 78 persons on charges of 414 different criminal cases. 
According to him, the police personnel of anti-narcotic of that province during the current year arrested 33 narcotic smugglers in different operations and seized 96 kg of opium,, hashish, heroin, 10 cars and 2 arms from them.
He said that the personnel of this Dept. seized 130 arms in different operations from outskirts of that province and submitted to DIASG process.  
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 19 December 2012 07:58

Panetta Cites Turning Point In Afghan War

Wednesday, December 19, 2012
WASHINGTON (BNA) Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says US military commanders in Afghanistan believe the US and its allies have ”turned the tide” after 11 years of war.
In a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, Panetta said the international military coalition has reversed a five-year trend of growing violence. He said Afghan forces are on track to take the lead for securing the entire country next year.
Panetta spent two days in Afghanistan last week, consulting with top US commanders and with Afghan government officials.
He announced during his visit that President Hamid Karzai will come to Washington next month to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss the way ahead.
While Panetta offered an optimistic view of the Afghanistan war, he said that other threats to the US, from al Qaeda-linked terrorists and cyberattacks to hostile powers such as Iran, are growing.
“The threats to our security and our global interests are not receding, as they appeared to do in past wars, coming out of World War II, coming out of Korea, coming out of Vietnam, coming out of the end of the Cold War, where the threats receded,” Panetta said.
“The fact is today we still confront these threats in the world, threats that are more complex, more dispersed, and in many ways, more dangerous.”
And, he said, military commanders “believe that we have fundamentally turned the tide in Afghanistan after years in which we lacked the right strategy and the necessary resources to try to achieve the mission we are embarked on.”
By all accounts, Panetta is in the final weeks of his tenure as Pentagon chief. He has long said he intends to return to California where his wife Sylvia continues to work at the Panetta Institute for Public Policy, which they founded in 1977. Chuck Hagel, a former Republican senator, has been mentioned as a possible successor