22 January 2017

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Saturday, January 14, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Pakistan strongly condemns the terrorist attacks near Parliament building in Kabul and Kandahar on Wednesday that resulted in loss of precious lives, a statement from Pakistan embassy in Kabul said.
According to the statement, the government and people of Pakistan extend their deepest sympathies and condolences to the bereaved families and pray for the speedy recovery of the injured.
Pakistan reiterates its unequivocal condemnation of terrorism in all forms and manifestations and reaffirms its commitment for continued efforts and cooperation for eliminating this menace, the statement added.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Mohammad Hanif Atmar, National Security Advisor and his accompanied delegation Thursday looked after Kandahar incident’s injures.
The high-level military delegation led by national security advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar with membership of MoD chief of staff Lt. Gen. Abdul Hamid Hamid, Kabul garrison commander Lt. Gen. Abdul Rahman Rahman, Kandahar police chief Lt. Gen. Abdul Razaq Achakzai, southern zone local hospital commander Gen. Dr. Sayed Azim Hussaini, 205th Atal corps 1st brigade commander Gen. Abdul Fatah Azizi and 205th Atal Corps commander Maj. Gen. Daud Shah Wafadar looked after those injured in explosion in Kandahar governor’s guesthouse.
Mohammad Hanif Atmar by wishing urgent recovery to the incident’s injured praised the local hospital and asked them to spare no efforts for treatment of the injures.
 

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) The presidential press office issuing a press release here on Wednesday strongly condemned the suicide attack in Kandahar, saying enemies of the Afghan people targeted Kandahar governor, the United Arab Emirates Ambassador in Afghanistan and our citizens in a terrorist attack.
According to press release, the Ambassador, accompanied by diplomats visited Kandahar to establish Al-Nahyan Charitable Foundation.
“President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Mohammad Ashraf Ghani vehemently condemned the terrorist attack. He said that enemies of Afghanistan, who are against stability and development of Afghanistan, cannot weaken the strong will of our people to rebuild Afghanistan by carrying out such terrorist acts,” the press release said quoting the president.
The President said that such acts cannot and will not affect the good and friendly relations, and cooperation between Afghanistan and the UAE. He ordered the officials to probe the terrorist incident, targeting Kandahar governor’s guesthouse, the presidential press office added.
Mohammad Ashraf Ghani offered his deep condolences to the families of the martyrs, and wished full and quick recovery to those injured, the press release concluded.
Meanwhile, the presidential press office, releasing a separate press release condemned the Kabul blasts, saying spreading terror on behest of enemies of the Afghan people, Taliban carried out twin suicide explosions, targeting a densely populated locality in Kabul as a result of which our innocent citizens, including women were martyred. 
Strongly condemning the barbarous terrorist attacks, President Ghani said that Taliban, too proud to admit to plotting such atrocious acts, shamelessly claimed responsibility of these attacks. The President termed these criminal acts inhumane, reiterating that murderers will not remain safe in any corner of the country, the press release added.
President Ghani directed the officials not to spare any aid but make full use of all the resources available to make sure the injured people are treated well. He offered up his deep condolences and sympathies to the families of martyrs and full recovery to those injured.
 

Saturday, January 14, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Three people while carrying dozen Kgs of narcotics detained from Kabul-Jalalabad and Jalalabad Torkham highways last night.
A police commander of highway told BNA, the men placed the drugs skillfully in a vehicles.
According to another report, four people were detained accused of crimes in Nangarhar province.
These people were accused of stealing, banditry, drug smuggling and abducting.

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