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Sunday, January 20, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai yesterday afternoon phoned Ustad Qari Barakatullah Salim and enquired about his health.
The well-known Qari Salim who is suffering from heart problem is under medical treatment in a hospital in New Delhi. 
Besides praying for his early recovery, the president also instructed Afghan ambassador to India to spare no efforts in assisting Ustad Qari Barakatullah Salim.

Saturday, January 19, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The message notes that I was informed with regret the death of Mohammad Hassain Jafari a lecturer of Bamyan university, may his soul rest in peace.
Late Mohammad Hussain Jafari was an experienced lecturer of the Bamyan University; he served teaching the students with great sympathy and has carried a series of scientific activities.
His death is a loss.
I convey my sympathies to bereaved family members, friends and the people of Bamyan and wish peace for his soul and patience for the family members.

Saturday, January 19, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai met with the parents and relatives of the 18th of Sunbula martyrs and expressed sympathy to them.
During the 18th of Sunbula of this year as a result of rocket close to the Amani High School in which 14 years old Khurshid, 8 year old Parwana, 17 years old Nawab, 13 years old Mohammad Eisa and 22 years old Assadullah were martyred.
At the meeting the president shared his sympathies and sorrows with each of the parents of the martyrs and provided Afs. 100,000 cash assistance to every martyr parents, and once again expressed his sympathies and wished peace for the souls of the martyrs.
The parents of the martyrs expressed appreciation over the sympathy and support of the president of the country.
It should be mentioned that these children were skate aboard players of the National Olympic Committee who were martyred at the rocket attack.

Monday, January 14, 2013
Kunduz (BNA) Humanitarian assistance has been distributed to families who were displaced due to flooding in Amu River, head of the authority for managing natural disaster in Kunduz province Mir Aqa Atibar said yesterday.
The aid package with the families includes two bags of flour and a bag of rice to each family, he added.