12 August 2020

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Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Sar-e-Pul (BNA) Heavy flash flood caused heavy damages in dozens of residential houses and roads, and agricultural lands in the province.
Abdul Qader Ashna governor of Sar-e-Pul told BNA, the floods occurred in several districts of the province.
More than 35 residential houses, hundreds of agricultural lands and several grape gardens have been demolished.
According to Ashna, transportation routes to the center are cut off and power grids are also damage. 
The governor and people of the province are calling on aid agencies and government to cooperate the flood affected people.
T. Yarzada


Monday, May 18, 2020
Mehtarlam (BNA) Six people were lost their lives in a traffic accident in Kabul-Jalalabad highway last night.
Asadullah Doulatzai spokesman for Laghman governor told BNA, six people were lost their lives due to collision of two vehicles in Zangor region, Qarghai district. Laghman.
In the event three commenters of the two vehicles have been injured, he added.
Children, women are also the victims and injured of the event, said Doulatzai.
T .Yarzada

Monday, May 18, 2020
Kabul (BNA) The Ulema Council head for western zone the other day condemned latest deadly attacks in Kabul and Nangarhar as against Islamic principles and humanity. Mawlawi Khudad Saleh condemned the attacks during a press conference in Herat City, the provincial capital He said killing innocent people was against Islam and Sharia and such acts were not allowed in Islam.
He said the conflict and blooding in Afghanistan was four decades old and would continue until the people referred to the Quran and Ulema.
He said those carrying such incidents would see punishment here and hereafter. Mawlawi Jamshid, deputy hajj and religious department director, also strongly condemned the incidents particularly in Kabul and Nangarhar provinces and termed them inhuman and against Islam. A number of other religious scholars held similar views and said those killing innocent civilians had no place in Islam.

Sunday May 17, 2020
ASADABAD CITY (BNA) Humanitarian aids have been distributed to destitute and poor families in eastern Kunar province the other day.
Members of the families lost their jobs during outbreak of COVID-19 and are faced with economic problems.
Press office of Kunar governor in a statement issued that in this round 400 needy families have received foodstuffs included flour, cooking ghee and rice.


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