11 July 2020

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Sunday, May 10, 2020
Kabul (BNA)  A protested turned violent after the police forces opened fire on protesters in North-western Ghor province, leaving at least four dead. Dozens of residents of the province launched a protest close to provincial governor’s office earlier yesterday, protesting against the unfair distribution of aid by the government.
According to reports, the police forces opened fire to disperse the angry protesters after they started hurling stones towards the governor’s office. The eyewitnesses say at least four protesters lost their lives and at least 17 others have sustained injuries. However, Mohammad Arir Abir, a spokesperson for the provincial government said two people lost their lives in the incident and five others sustained injuries.

Saturday, May 9, 2020 Kandahar (BNA) Hundreds of deserved families received aids in Kandahar. The aids were provided by Domestic and global aid agencies. Medias office of Kandahar with releasing a statement said, during the recent two days, nearly 1,000 deserved families were benefited from aids. The aids, include, flour, rice, ghee and bean. With the spread of Coronavirus and the increase in unemployment in the country, the process of helping to the needy families has increased. T. Yarzada

Thursday May 7, 2020
Kabul (BNA) The Taliban late on Tuesday announced the release of another 20 prisoners in southern Kandahar province.
Taliban’s Qatar Office Spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said 20 government prisoners were released on Tuesday in Kandahar province.
He added the Taliban offered fares to every released prisoner and sent them home.
Earlier on Tuesday Afghan government freed 154 Taliban prisoners from Kabul’s Pul-i-Charkhi prison.

Thursday May 7, 2020
ASADABAD CITY (BNA) Foodstuffs have been distributed to hundreds needy and destitute families in eastern Kunar province the other day.
The aids have been provided by Mamond and Mustafa charity organizations.
Press office of Kunar by releasing a statement said, in this round more than 300 poor families have received flour, cooking ghee and rice in Khas Kunar district of the province.
After outbreak of COVID-19 epidemic in Afghanistan, hundreds people lost their works and distribution of humanitarian aids by internal and external charity organizations has increased as well.

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