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Monday, May 21, 2012
Saripul (BNA) The devastating flood claimed the lives of 19 people in Sar-i-Pul province yesterday. 
Six persons were injured and 60 others are missing while 10,000 families have been affected, officials said. 
Meantime, the provincial governor Abdu Jabbar Haqbin presided meeting to find the real number of casualties and damage inflicted to the people. 
Head of Sar-i-Pul provincial council Mohammad Arif Sharifi said in addition to loss  lives, hundreds of head cattle were killed and thousands o farms lands were destroyed.

Sunday, May 20, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The message notes that we were informed with regret that Hajji Abdul Qayum Rukhshani a tribal leader of Neemruz province has died due to an illness. 
May his departed soul rest in peace. Late Rukhshani has been a tribal elders and well-wisher of his people and his death is loss. 
The message conveys deep sympathies to his family, friends and the people of Neemruz and wishes peace for his soul and patience for his family members. 
According to another report, the message notes that we were informed with regret about the death of Dr. Stankikzai the young physician of the country due to an illness, May his departed soul rest in peace. 
Late Dr. Stanikzai after his higher education concentrated all his power in serving the countrymen especially the refugees and his death is a loss.  The president conveys his deep sympathies to his bereaved family, friends and the people of Logar province and wishes peace for his soul and patience for his family members.

Saturday, May 19, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology said on Wednesday the sector had attracted an investment of $1.7 billion, providing work opportunities for more than 110,000 people. 
Currently covering 86 percent areas of the country, the sector is trying to expand services to remote areas, the deputy minister of telecommunications and information technology said. 
On World Telecommunications Day, Eng. Baryalai Hassam told a gathering in Kabul that the revenue of the ministry the only one that spent 67 percent of its development budget stood at $190 million in 2011. 
The purpose of the meeting was to raise public awareness about the importance of using the Internet and other telecom facilities in improving the economy, he said. 
Deputy Information and Culture Minister Din Mohammad Mubarez linked media efficiency to the rapid improvement of the telecommunication sector in the country.

Friday, May 18, 2012

Baghlan (BNA) with starting of Book week in Afghanistan, the book exhibition was opened in Baghlan province yesterday.  In this exhibition nearly 10,000 books from Afghan writers have been exhibited for three days in the university of Pul-e-Khomri city.  Shokoria Aseel head of the information and culture of Baghlan province said to BNA, these books were exhibited in cultural, social, economical, literature, historical, political fields.  According to him, this exhibition was opened on the occasion of celebration from book week and improvement studying culture among youths in this province.

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