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Saturday, 14 July 2012 06:05

Taliban Commander Arrested In Kunduz

Saturday, July 14, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A Taliban commander with two other armed Taliban was arrested.
Police spokesman of Pamir 303 zone said to BNA, last night Mullah Mansour a commander of Taliban with his two other armed Taliban were arrested by Afghan forces in Dusht Archie district.
Amount of weapons and ammunition were seized by police from them.
 

Saturday, July 14, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Ministry of Information and Culture reported, about the enhancement of its efforts toward the confirmation and registration of Afghan historical monuments. 
Ministry of Information and Culture has started the program of confirmation and registration of historical monument 5 years ago, but the authorities of that ministry claim that, they have accelerated their efforts in that regard. 
The experts of the ministry during this program after confirming the historical monuments register them. According to the figures, have been presented by the ministry of Information and Culture so far at least 480 historical monuments have been confirmed and registered in different sites of Afghanistan. 
Afghanistan having an ancient history has been always the cradle of big civilizations. 
The existence of thousands historical monuments in this land is clear evidence of cultural and historical richness of our homeland. 
Currently there are thousands historical monuments and archeological sites in different parts of this country. 
These historical treasuries in long history, due to non care of government authorities, have mostly remained anonymous or due to lapse of time or natural disasters, eradicated. 
The Ministry of Information and Culture, considering the magnificence of these historical treasuries claims that has accelerated its efforts for confirming and registration of historical monuments.  
Mr. A. Had Abasi the head of preservation and repairmen department of the ministry told BNA that, they have so far confirmed and registered 480 historical monuments in various parts of Afghanistan. Mr. Abasi said that the experts of the ministry also distinguished 1200 other monuments after assessment would be registered. 
The monuments, which are confirmed by the experts of this ministry included Tombs, historical building, historical mosques, Holy sites and statues. 
The head of preserving and repairing historical monument department of ministry of information and cultures, said that most of those monuments were belong to Buddhist and Islamic periods. 
Based on the findings of the archeologists of the Ministry of Information and Cultures Afghanistan with ancient history and rich civilizations has about 3000 historical monuments. 
Coincidence to confirming and registering program, work on repairing and preserving of the monuments is continuing. 
He complained that, they had small budget for repairing and preserving the monuments which could not meet at least 3% of their needs. 
But with that small amount of money, they annually repaired 10-15 historical monuments. 
In repairing the monuments, the priority has given to those which are collapsing. 
He added, that according to their procedure, first the experts carry out assessments for confirming the historical monument in various parts of the country, then after conducting precise research on each discovered monument and if the result approves it as a historical monument, it is registered. 
It is in a time that the Ministry of Information and Culture has expressed its concern about the collapsing condition of the historical monuments and has said that, they could not repair all the monuments at once with this small budget.
 

Saturday, 14 July 2012 04:34

Details Of Suicide Attack In Aibak City

Saturday, July 14, 2012
Samangan (BNA) At least 20 people including Ahmad Khan Samangani MP member were martyred and more than 100 others injured in a suicide attack in Samangan province this morning.
This event happened in a wedding ceremony.
General Sayed Ahmad Sahmee security commander of northwest zone and a number of local officials were martyred too.
Reports say, a suicide bomber exploded himself in the entering gate of Qasur-i-Almas Hotel in Aibak city where the wedding ceremony of Ahmad Khan’s daughter was holding.
A security official of Samangan told BNA, in this attack Ahmad Khan Samangani member of MP, his nephew, commander of northwest zone, several local officials including a number of district governors were martyred.
Meanwhile, doctors in the Aibak hospital said, 123 injured persons have shifted to this hospital that 30 persons are in critical health condition.
According to the reports, security situation is critical in the area and the rescue teams are transferring the bodies of the victims of this suicide attack from the area.
T.Rateb
 

Saturday, 14 July 2012 04:32

Suicide Attack In Aibak City

Saturday, July 14, 2012
Kabul (BNA) In a suicide attack last night tens of people were killed and injured. 
Based on unconfirmed reports, as a result of the attack Ahmad Khan Samangani a member of Afghan parliament, his nephew and several local officials have been killed and general Sayed Ahmad Samangani the police commander of north zone is among the wounded people of this incident. 
According to the report, the suicide attacker exploded himself at the gate of Qasur-i-Almas Hotel, where the wedding party of Ahmad Khan the Member of Parliament daughter was held. 
According to BNA from the site of incident, the victims and wounded people were the participants of the wedding ceremony.
 

Thursday, July 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Abdul Hadi Hamdard the reporter of National Radio TV of Afghanistan martyred in a mine blast in Helmand province yesterday.
The event occurred in Abazan area of Greishk district while the car of Hamdard faced with a planted mine.
Dawood Ahmadi spokesman of Helmand governor in a contact with BNA confirmed the martyrdom of Abdul Hadi Hamdard reporter of National R.TV of Afghanistan said, in this event a civilian was also martyred and two others injured.
Ahmadi called Taliban the responsible of this mine planting.
Abdul Hadi Hamdard was a presenter of a literature program (Rangeen Kheyaloona) in the Helmand National Radio TV and a teacher in Teacher Training Faculty of that province.
T.Rateb
 

Thursday, 12 July 2012 12:56

Arm Smuggler Arrested In Kandahar: ISAF

Thursday, July 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The joint team of Afghan and coalition forces arrested an arm smuggler of Taliban in Zheray district of Kandahar.
ISAF in a press release told BNA, the arrested smuggler is the responsible of transferring of arms of Taliban in Kandahar.
The source said, the arrested man was taking readiness for carrying out a terrorist attack and a large quantity of explosive have been seized as well.
The security forces during the operation arrested several suspect insurgents, too, said the source.
T. Rateb
 

Thursday, 12 July 2012 12:40

13 Insurgents Killed: Interior Ministry

Thursday, July 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The National Police forces carried out five cleaning up operations in the last 24 hours in some provinces of the country, interior ministry press office said.
The mopping up operations carried out in Nangarhar, Laghman, Kandahar, Helmand and Urozgan provinces in which 13 insurgents were killed and five others arrested by police forces.
The interior ministry press office said, in these operations 315 Kg narcotics, 16 Kalashnikovs, a rocket launcher, 2 PK machine guns, 16 communication sets, 16470 light bullets, a motorbike and a large quantity of explosive materials have been seized by police forces as well.
It is said that police forces while patrolling in the related areas of Mohammadagha district of Logar province discovered and neutralized a planted anti-vehicle mine yesterday.
According to another report, the personnel of 101 Asmaye security command zone of Kabul arrested 8 persons on charges of different crimes from related areas of 1st , 3rd and 15th precincts of Kabul and Shakar Dara district during the last 24 hours.
The arrested men are under police custody.
T. Rateb
 

Thursday, July 12, 2012
Logar (BNA) A local commander of Taliban killed in an air attack of NATO forces in Logar province.
Mullah Omar a local commander of Taliban targeted by NATO air forces in his hideout in Charkh district of Logar province today.
NATO in a press statement to BNA said, in this attack one of the relatives of Mullah Omar has been killed as well.
NATO said, Mullah Omar was an expert on making of roadside mines.
The statement said, Mullah Omar carried out several terrorist attacks on NATO and Afghan forces in Logar province.
It is said that in this operation the civilians had no casualties.
T. Rateb
 

Thursday, July 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Thousands Kg of ammonium nitrate and mixed dynamite materials which rebels use on making of bomb seized in Ghazni province.
These materials seized in a joint operation of Afghan and NATO forces from related areas of Ghazni city.
NATO in a statement told BNA, 15500 Kg ammonium nitrate and mixed dynamite has been discovered.
According to the information, the rebels use these materials for making roadside bomb.
NATO said, the seized materials destroyed in the spot.
T. Rated
 

Thursday, 12 July 2012 12:07

Two ANA Soldiers Martyred


Thursday, July 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Two Afghan National Army soldiers martyred and sixteen others injured in several mine explosions in the country, the National Defense Ministry press office said.
The defense ministry press office sending a press statement to BNA said, explosion of several mines in Kunar, Paktia, Baghlan and Helmand provinces martyred two ANA soldiers and injured sixteen others.
These events occurred while the ANA soldiers discovered at least 21 mines in Panjwaee district of Kandahar and Sharan of Paktia which prevented several terrorists’ events.
The source said, the ANA soldiers carried out a number of clearing up operations in Panjwaee district, Kandahar, Shendand district of Herat, and Nawa district of Helmand provinces in which two motorbikes and a number of weaponries have been seized.
The National Defense Ministry reported the martyrdom of two ANA soldiers while the attacks of armed Taliban increased 40% on these forces then the last year.
T. Rateb
 

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