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Tuesday November 19, 2019
PUL-E-ALAM CITY (BNA) As many as nine members of Taliban “Red Unit” were killed during military operation carried out by Afghan security forces in central Logar province last night.
Spokesperson of Logar police chief told BNA reporter, the military operation has started yesterday to annihilate armed oppositions and ensure peace and stability in relevant areas of Baraki Barak district of the province, in which 9 members of Taliban “Red Unit” were killed and several villages have been cleared from being of anti-government militias.
Some heavy and light weapons, two motorcycles and five round of mines have been discovered and naturalized by Afghan security personnel during the military operation.
It has been said the military operation will continued until the district completely cleared from existence of insurgents.


Tuesday, 19 November 2019 10:41

300 War-Affected Families Received Aids

Tuesday November 19, 2019
PUL-E-ALAM CITY (BNA) Foodstuffs have been distributed to three hundred war-affected families in central Logar province today.
According to BNA report, the assistances include rice and wheat that distributed to 300 families those affected due to insecurity in the province.
Mohammad Anwar Ishaqzai governor of Logar by praising natural counter-disasters office said, cooperation and solving problems of people is the main responsibility of government officials.

Tuesday, 19 November 2019 10:41

52 Armed Oppositions Killed Across The Country

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The national defense ministry said that 52 armed oppositions were killed during several clearing operation of defense and security forces across the country.
National defense ministry press office said BNA, the security and defense forces in the last 24 hours conducting offensive operations in Kunduz, Paktia, Logar, Kandahar, Zabul, Helmand, Nangarhar, Laghman, Ghor and Kapisa provinces killed 52 armed oppositions, wounded 17 and detained three others.
Numerous of heavy and light weapons, two hideouts of them were also destroyed in the operations.
T. Yarzada


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  Nine key associates of Taliban terrorist group were killed in a clearing operation conducted by police special contingent forces in Logar province last night.
Nasrat Rahimi spokesman for interior ministry told BNA correspondent, the police special contingent forces with support of air forces conducted the operation in Barakibarak district, Logar province in which nine key associates of Taliban terrorist group were killed.
Several heavy and light weapons were discovered and seized in the operation.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, 19 November 2019 10:39

Taliban Suffered Casualties in Kunduz Strike

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Kunduz (BNA) Thirteen Taliban terrorists were killed with their senior commander in Kunduz province yesterday.
Hadi Jamal press in charge of Pamir 217 army corps told BNA, the Taliban were killed in outskirt of Dasht-e-Archi district.
A senior commander of them was also among the dead.
Seven other Taliban were also injured, a vehicle and two strongholds of them have been destroyed in the strike.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday November 19, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Based on reports, three senior members of Haqqani network of Taliban has released from Bagram prison and sent to Qatar yesterday.
Mohammad Ashraf Ghani President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 12 November confirmed that Anas Haqqani, Mali Khan and Hafiz Rashid will conditionally release from Bagram jail.
Earlier, Anas Haqqani and two top members of Haqqani network of Taliban were taken to Qatar in exchange for the release of two lecturers of the American University of Afghanistan, but they have returned to Kabul and prisoned.
Now, according to media reports, Anas Haqqani and two senior members of Haqqani network of Taliban have released from Bagram jail yesterday (Monday, 18 November) and sent to Qatar, but they are living under supervision in Qatar.
It was supposed that Anas Haqqani and two members of Haqqani network of Taliban exchanged with the lecturers of American University of Afghanistan, but due to some problems the transaction has failed.
Meanwhile, President Ghani via telephonic contacts talked with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. National Security Advisor Robert O’brien late on Monday.
Sediq Seddiqi presidential spokesperson said, in the separate phone calls, President Ghani spoke about releasing top members of Haqqani network of Taliban and emphasized ceasefire and violence reduction for starting intra-Afghan peace negotiations.
Seddiqi added, “The U.S. officials reiterated their support for President Ghani’s decision and committed to work closely together to respond to any possible Taliban violence in the event the group don’t respond in good faith.”
Seddiq further added that, “Both sides agreed that a ceasefire and or a reduction in violence was a necessary pre-condition for starting the intra-Afghan negotiations to reach a political settlement”.

Tuesday November 19, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Six members of a same family were killed and wounded following mortar attack in northern Kunduz province yesterday.
General Abdul Rashid Bashir police chief of Kunduz told BNA correspondent, the mortar shell fired by Taliban militants and hit on a residential house, as a result a 14-year child was martyred and five others including women and a child were wounded.
According to another report, two local policemen were wounded following roadside mine blast in Shahrak district, Ghor province.


Tuesday, 19 November 2019 10:38

Unknown Gunmen Shot Dead Prosecutor in Ghazni

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Ghazni (BNA)  A prosecutor was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Ghazni province yesterday.
Mohammad Aref Noori spokesman for Ghazni governor told BNA, Mohammad Hasan Halimi prosecutor of Nawa District Ghazni province with his nephew while wanted to move from office toward his home in suburb of Ghazni city shot dead by unidentified gunmen.
The gunmen fled the area, and police started searching to identify and arrested them.
T. Yarzada


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Political affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes Afghanistan once again was the scene of violence in recent days. After a suicide attack in Kabul Shushdarak   September that beside eleven Afghan civilians killed an American Engineer cancelled the process of negotiations with Taliban declared a partial peace and reduction of violence in the country.
The American and Taliban delegations carrying out 9 rounds of negotiation in Doha were close to signing an agreement, but the Shashdarak incident disrupts everything and Taliban who considered themselves the conqueror of political and fighting fields found themselves in complete isolation.
After that date, Taliban made every effort to draw the American delegation to negotiation table and for obtaining the confidence of America decreased in carrying out suicide attacks too much, but American officially not conducted any official negotiations with Taliban but their talks mostly focused on release of two Afghan American University professors who were abducted three years ago from Kabul.
The two sides agreed to exchange three senior members of Taliban with the two professors. Unfortunately the exchanged due to unknown reasons did not take place. Some believe the teachers are not alive anymore.
In this way the last hope of Talban for reaching an agreement changed in to nothing and Taliban once again choose violence for reaching their political objectives.
In existence of such opinion and view in Kabul and some other cities of the country are the scenes of terrorist attacks that mostly kill civilians.
As yesterday in Kabul as a result of a terrorist attack five people injured and in the other day in Herat an explosion in car including three children six people injured. Also, an explosion in Mazar-I- Sharif injured a child. Likewise Taliban carrying out attack on attorney generals in Qara Bagh district Kabul province killed two of the attorney general and injured two others. 
Some believe, Taliban with increasing terrorist attacks want to regain their lost status but they did not know for reaching a deal with Americans how many Afghans have killed and sat the Afghans in grief and mourning.
Violence of Taliban indicates that they are insisting on war and violence which complicate political talks and the process of peace, while reaching peace seriously needs building trust and avoiding violence.
Real peace only insures when Taliban stop the killing of Afghan citizens, accept ceasefire and carry out direct talks with Afghan government.
Because violence and carrying terrorist attacks bring peace negotiations seriously under question so if Taliban are Muslims and Afghans should stop fighting and killing Afghans forever and settle the deadly problems via carrying out intra Afghan dialogues.  

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  Acting minister of information and culture Hasina Safi, accompanying Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh in visit to Daikundi, opened new building of provincial directorate of information and culture.
In opening ceremony of the building, acting minister of information and culture called the people of Daikundi as cultural and education loving people and informed of the ministry’s cooperation with cultural figures and youth of the province.
Informing of work on four historic monuments in the province, acting minister of information and culture added all historic and cultural monuments of Daikundi would be renovated.
“The ministry of information and culture holds the cultural week in the country’s province to make aware of various cultures of people living in the country and introduce various cultures and traditions of the people,” Safi said.
Daikundi provincial directorate of information and culture has shared 48 historic monuments and sites with the MoIC and 12 historic monuments of the province are registered with MoIC, which work on Qala-e-Khoidir, Qala-e-Chaharaspan and Qala-e-Khojorush is underway.
It is worth mentioning that the 3-floor Daikundi provincial department of information and culture’s new building project worth 28,222,678 AFG provided by MoIC has been completed in two years.

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