19 January 2018

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 Kabul (BNA) Nine member of a family were killed in Panjsheer yesterday.

Hamid Roshan spokesman of Panjsheer governor told this news agency, this family wanted to build a retaining wall beside their house across a maintain in Khenj district.

Due to sliding a part of the maintain nine member of this family were killed.

He added, another member of this family have been injured in this incident.

Such incidents have been occurred in this district previously.

 

Kabul (BIA) Afghan women movement has asked the Afghan officials and international community not to deal with those Taliban who have trampled down the women rights. 

Members of the movement in a session held yesterday while expressing their concern said, “no countries including the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to deal with criminals, violators of human rights, democracy and women right, but the members welcome those common individuals of Taliban who have joined the Taliban due to some problems. 

Shukria Haider, head of the Afghan women movement while stressing on the said points has expressed the movement’s concern. 

The concern has been raised at the time that Loya Jirga and Bonn conference in which ways for talking with Taliban are to be taken place are going to be held in near future. 

In the session, Mubariz Rashidi, deputy minister for information and culture spoke and said, “today we have a modern constitution which considers men and women rights as equal, adding in the past ten years, the Afghan government has tried its best to put an ending point to the problems which women are facing with in the country. 

Besides that I’m feeling concern of the women right movements, I advise that such voices should be always high in order that men don’t trample down the rights of Afghan women in the country Rashidi further said decisions that harm the women rights will not be adopted both in Loya Jirga and Bonn conference.

Kabul (BNA)  First Vice-President Marshal Mohammad Qaseem Fahim in his meeting with the elders and influential of Faryab province emphasized on the role of influential and elders in ensuring security and stability in the country. 

He stressed that people are the builders of their society in every country and they play basic role in consolidation of the bases of the orders. 

He added that in order to build up order first we need security in the region and for this reason we are exerting efforts on this direction. 

An elder of the province shared the problems of their area and asked its addressing by the government. 

Marshal Fahim instructed the related organs to adopt appropriate measures for tackling their problems.

Kabul (BNA) An agreement costing 3.8 million Afs signed Sunday between the ministry of labor, socials affairs, martyrs and disabled and a private company here in Kabul. 

The agreement was signed for implementation of vocational projects in eastern Kunar province. 

After signing the agreement, Amena Afzali, Minister of Labor, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled said nearly 165 unemployed and vulnerable people both men and women are to receive vocational trading in various carpentry, tailoring, repairing generators and mobile sets in Kunar province according to the project. 

She said implementation of such projects in the country is an important step towards providing employment opportunities for unemployed and vulnerable people, adding vocational training can make the Afghan youth depend on themselves and from the other side they are prevented from joining the armed groups. 

Amena further said vocational training has been provided to 80,000 Afghan youth up to now.

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