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Monday, April 15, 2019

Herat (BNA)  Police of Herat province reported from discovering a large weapons cache and explosives and prevention from occurrence of at least 40 explosive attacks in that province.
37 missiles which to be used for explosive attacks in Taka region, Zendajan district of Herat province, discovered by police forces.
With discovering of this weapons, at least 40 explosive attacks were prevented in that province.
A security source of Herat told BNA, efforts have been started to arrest the owners of the explosive cache which are members of Taliban group.
T. Yarzada
 

Monday April 15, 2019

JALALABAD CITY (BNA) Afghan security forces succeeded to discover and defuse a bomb in relevant areas of Chaparhar district of eastern Nangarhar province.
The bomb have been discovered and naturalized from crowded area of Chaparhar district.
A security source in Nangahar in a telephonic contact with BNA reporter claimed that Taliban fighters are responsible for the foiled bombing and efforts has started to identify and capture the perpetrators of the bombing.
The bomb have placed in a crowded area; where hundreds civilians and school students are crossing daily.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday April 15, 2019

KANDAHAR CITY (BNA) Humanitarian assistances have been distributed to hundreds flood affected families in southern Kandahar province.
The families lost their houses due to heavy flash floods in various parts of the province.
A local source in Kandahar told BNA reporter, in this round 400 flood affected families have received foodstuffs and non-foodstuffs.
The aids have been provided by internal and external charity organizations.
At least 15 people have died and 1500 residential houses have been destroyed during recent flash floods in Kandahar province.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, April 15, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Ceasing the activities of World Red Crescent in Afghanistan has the worst consequences for the country.  Our people hope this beneficiary world organization restart its activities in Afghanistan as soon as possible.
BNA social affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes the Red Cross Committee after the warning of Taliban has ceased its activities in Afghanistan. This international organization ceased its activities in Afghanistan after Taliban issuing a statement said that the Red Cross has not fulfilled its mission properly, and from now on will not let the committee to carry its activities in areas under their control. Beside International Red Crescent, World Health Organization also ceased its work in Afghanistan.
Taliban have said that the organization has suspicious programs.
After issuing a statement by Taliban, the Red Cross suspended its activities in Afghanistan and has said that until receiving Taliban’s confidence will not restart its work in Afghanistan.
Afghan people expect great hopes from World Red Crescent and other international agencies. Ceasing the activities of this worldly important agency takes place in a time, violence and conflicts are increasing in Afghanistan that can have bad consequences for the country.
In war stricken countries, such international organizations meet the expectations of people by offering their aids.
International Red Cross is carrying its activities In Afghanistan for about 40 years and this is the fourth country in world level where Red Cross carrying its mission. This is the only organization that provides humanitarian aids in war affected areas, carrying the injured  to the hospital treats them, exchanges war prisoners and provides water and food for residents of war affected areas are main activities services of Red Cross carrying in Afghanistan and other communities.
Taliban are not the owner and the ruler of this country to determine the job and activities of international organizations and agencies that provide humanitarian aids to Afghanistan.  If Taliban not accept and let international agencies in their areas under their control, then why they forgetting their obligations, cease their aids in all over Afghanistan.
The strategy and working objectives of such international organizations determine their ethnical obligations, it would not be correct for the threats of a terrorist group forget all Afghan nation and needy people.
Afghan people believe to such international agencies and they should not for the threats of terrorist group forget for get Afghan people and its needy people.
If Taliban are disturbing their activities, Afghan government and its people are supporting them.
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan not only provides the opportunities for international organizations, but also spares no any efforts for their cooperation and support.
We hope, the International Red Cross to change its decision and restart its activities in Afghanistan.
 

Monday, 15 April 2019 09:45

Mine Blast Took The Lives of Seven Kids

Monday, April 15, 2019

Mehtarlam (BNA) Seven Kids lost their lives in a mine blast in Laghman province yesterday.
Asadullah Doulatzai spokesman for Laghman governor told BNA, seven children were martyred due to a mortar mine explosion planted by insurgents. The children were going from school toward their houses in Basram region, Mehtarlam city faced with the planted mine.
In the blast eight other children were also injured and have been taken to hospital.
T. Yarzada
 

Monday April 15, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met with permanent representative of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Huseyin Avni Botsali at the Sapidar Palace on Sunday.
According to BNA report, both sides exchanged views on peace talks the country’s ongoing situation. OIC permanence representative presented a report on his activities and assured of his organization’s continued cooperation with Afghanistan. He added OIC is making effort to enhance cooperation with Afghanistan. Appreciating OIC permanent representative’s cooperation and activities, CE Abdullah called the organization’s role important, adding it can cooperation with Afghanistan in ensuring peace.
 

Monday, 15 April 2019 06:10

HUDC Approves Dwelling Policy

Monday April 15, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Chaired by President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani a meeting of the High Urban Development Council (HUDC) approved the dwelling policy, BNA reported. After comprehensive discussion, the policy, the main aid of which was to create opportunity for providing appropriate dwelling rights for the citizens, changing the dwelling sector into one of the national economic growth machines, increase employment in this field, was approved by the meeting. The President said the policy needed more clearance in order to bring a joint understanding between the individuals and the stakeholders to pave the way for the accommodative plan. The President also said in order to standardize the design and investment in the universities’ buildings design.
He instructed the ministry of lands and housing to hold a joint seminar with the participation of the experts, particularly mayors. The meeting also approved in principle the offer of the ministry of lands and housing on effective use of the government owned lands and properties and the President thanked the related in-charges in this field, said the bidding process should be made clear to avoid the contradiction of interests and the conditions of contracts’ termination and the responsibility of the maintenance of the government properties should be lodged in the procedure. The President also instructed the minister of lands and housing to jointly work on the 21 typical projects, in coordination with the minister of commerce and industry, acting minister of finance, head of national procurement statistic office. Other issue have also been discussed at the meeting, with needed resolves have been made.
 

Monday April 15, 2019

MAZAR-E-SHARIF CITY (BNA) Flash floods have caused heavy financial losses to residents of Chaharkant district, northern Balkh province.
Salima Mazari district governor of Chaharkant told BNA correspondent, over 120 residential houses, dozens garden and hundreds acres of lands have been destroyed following flash floods in six villages of Chaharkant district.
Residents of Chaharkant district called hazardous the flash floods said, not more than 700 houses are under threat of floods and landslide in the district. 
Rahmatullah Zahid head of counter-natural disaster said, a delegation for surveying affected families have been sent to the Chaharkant district of the province.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday April 15, 2019

FAIZABAD CITY (BNA) As many as 25 armed oppositions were killed during clashes with Afghan security forces in northern Badakhshan province the night before last.
Mohammad Hanif Rezayee spokesman of 209 Shaheen army corps told BNA correspondent, the clashes taken place between Afghan security forces and Taliban fighters in Jorm district of Badakhshan province.
Four foreigner rebels were among the victims.
It is mentionable that 11 anti-government militias were wounded during the conflicts as well, Rezayee concluded.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday April 15, 2019

KUNDUZ CITY (BNA) At least 40 members of Taliban group were killed during their Al-Fatah operation in northern Kunduz province within the last 36 hours.
According to BNA report, Colonel General Nabiullah Mirzayee commander of 217 Pamir army corps said, Taliban Al-Fatah operation failed by Afghan security forces with support of Afghan air forces in various parts of Kunduz province.
Including several commanders of Taliban, 40 fighters of the group were killed and 10 others were wounded by Afghan security forces, Mirzayee added.
It has been said, 10 civilians have been martyred, 10 more were injured and heavy financial losses have caused to local residents during Al-Fatah operation.
M.A.Ansari
 

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