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Tuesday, 13 November 2018 07:00

Child Released From Gang of Kidnappers

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Qala-e-Naw (BNA) A child was released from the gang of kidnappers in Badghis province yesterday.
Jamshid Shahabi spokesman for Badghis governor told BNA, the child was released by police in outskirt of Balamurghab district of the province.
He added that the kidnappers abducted the child eight days ago from Khseh village, Balamurghab district.
Spokesman for Badghis governor said, two persons have been detained by police forces in connection of the case.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 06:59


Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA)Is it possible to find a way out from this complicated war and end the problem?
BNA political analyst commenting on the issue writes efforts for conducting peace negotiations with Taliban and the role of big countries in this game clearly demonstrate that our beloved country because of discord and tension has changed in to the playground for great players and everybody wants to play his role in this heinous game.  
In any case, discussion on peace is extensive, all people want peace, because of this they welcome any move on the direction. However, the statements by the authorities of neighboring countries wither the sapling of this humanistic move in the root.
Afghan people strongly believe that without honest cooperation of Pakistan peace never restore in to Afghanistan and in to the region, because Pakistan has been changed in to a safe haven for all kinds of terrorism and terrorist activities. For this reason it pursues peace process everywhere in the world to damage the process.
With commencement of the second phase of Khalilzad to the region and some other countries an attempt to restore peace in Afghanistan; Pakistan foreign ministry announced that the US expectations from Pakistan are not tolerable.
The spokesperson of Pakistan foreign ministry in his recent has stated that Islamabad has done everything in its capacity in fighting against terrorism and establishing peace in Afghanistan, therefore US should not expect more than that.
The statements explicitly indicate that   Pakistan is seeking something else, according some politicians Pakistan using the dual policy wants to take more privileges from America in this juncture of time.
But some others focusing on rhetoric of Taliban’s representatives in Moscow conference say that it would be difficult for Pakistan to desist supporting terrorists.
According to them, terrorism and terrorists are two major means that Pakistan has used and uses in political deals in the region and beyond the region.
The above mentioned reasons, we come to the conclusion that Pakistan as the main supporter of terrorism and terrorist in the region plays a dual policy and deceives world community and America.
Therefore the way for curbing the crisis requires practical measures that the world community should adopt regarding to restoring peace in Afghanistan and force Pakistan to work honestly for conducting peace negotiations for restoring peace in Afghanistan.

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 06:57

USAID Pledges $36m to Recent Incidents’ IDPs

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA)  Chief Executive, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, in the high state counter-disasters committee meeting said the government was fully prepared to address the problems of the displaced people in Ghazni, Ghoor and Farah provinces, his office said in a statement Monday.
“USAID has pledged up to $36 million to the displaced people and the ministries of refugees and the state on disasters affairs should coordinate with each other on receiving the aids,” said the statement quoting the CE.
“the government has serious focus on the displaced people of Malistan and Jaghoori districts of Ghazni province, Charsada and Pasaband district of Ghor and Khak-e-Safid districts of Farah province,” according to Abdullah.
However, government minister on counter disasters, Najib Fahim said his office has not still obtained the aids worth 10 million Afghanis approved by the CE to be distributed among the displaced people in Ghazni and other provinces of the country, according to the statement.
Fahim assured that the provincial committee has 3 million Afghani and would be distributed among the needy people, the statement added.
He said the national directorate for security (NDS) has distributed aids for up to 850 households in Malistan and Jaghoori districts of Ghazni province and the international aid agencies have pledged $21 million to the displaced people of the recent incidents.
According to Fahim, the UNHCR has also assured of providing 16,000 tents to the IDPs of the affected areas in the country.
\other officials attending the meeting, also spoke about the problems of the displaced and what they have to do for them, with the Chief Executive urging the ministry of finance to provide the remaining sum to be distributed among the displaced households in the recently affected provinces.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Afghan National Army chief of staff Mohammad Sharif Yaftali has informed that ANA commandos and NDS special units have been dispatched to Ghazni’s Joghori and Malistan districts.
Speaking to journalists in a news conference held yesterday, the ANA army chief of staff said: “Two unites of ANA commandos and NDS Special Forces were dispatched to Jaghori and Malistan districts of Ghazni province this morning to support the local security forces and suppress insurgents,” said Mohammad Sharif Yaftali, the army chief of staff.
He praised cooperation and coordination among the people of the two districts and security forces, assuring that the insurgents would be soon suppressed.
Considering the current war in the two districts in Ghazni as imposed war, Gen. Yaftali stressed on support a trust of the local people on ANDSF.
According to Gen. Yaftali, the Taliban attack on the districts has been repulsed and the group has sustained heavy casualties.
Yaftali also informed that a delegation from presidential office and officials of various organs were in the respective districts of Ghazni.
Informing of a big military ground operation against the Taliban group in Ghazni in particular areas where insecurities have increased recently, gen. Yaftali said all preparations have been taken for the operation that would supported by NATO’s RS forces in the country.

Tuesday November 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Salahuddin Rabbani met with US special envoy for peace in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad yesterday, BNA reported.
In the meeting, Khalilzad briefed related to his efforts for peace in Afghanistan, regional cooperation and his visit to the region, stressing that the US was committed to bringing peace to Afghanistan. Both sides discussed security situation, regional and international meetings on Afghanistan, Geneva meeting and regional cooperation.

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 06:54

NSC Flays Kabul Terrorist Attack

Tuesday November 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) A statement from the national security council, strongly condemned the recent terrorist attack in which a number of common people were killed and wounded.
According to BNA report, terrorists in hidden feature target civilians and kill them, as they have lost resistance against the country’s brave security forces. The NSC expressed deep condolence for the bereaved families of those killed and wished immediate recovery to those wounded in the incident. The council said the enemy will never reach their goals by launching such acts, as they under heavy operation by the country’s ground and air forces.

Tuesday November 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met yesterday with US special envoy for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad at Sapidar Palace.
According to BNA report, in the meeting, US special envoy for Afghanistan peace briefed related to his visit to regional countries, saying that the US was committed to the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process. Praising Zalmay Khalilzad and his colleagues for their efforts towards maintaining peace in Afghanistan, Chief Executive stressed on presence of the people and various fronts of Afghanistan in peace process.

Tuesday November 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a telephone call shared details about his government security measures for Malistan, Jaghori and other provices of the country, BNA reported. The President during the telephone call assured them of the government measures to send more security forces to tighten security of the said districts and other affected areas of the country’s provinces. After hearing the country’s President’s reassurance message, the protestors ended their protest.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Herat (BNA) The fourth national festival of saffron flower was held in Herat yesterday.
Monesa Hasanzada provincial deputy of Herat province who participated in this festival appreciated the efforts of farmers in cultivation of saffron.
She said that our peasants could produce the best saffron among 300 types of saffron in the world which has the best quality and stand at first level in the world markets.
Hasanzada also noted that Afghanistan could get the third rank among 30 countries who produce saffron and have the best quality saffron in the world.
Bashir Ahmad head of Herat agriculture department said, Herat province has about 6000 hectares of saffron cultivation land, producing more than 12 tons of saffron and creating more than 10,000 households with more than 90 percent of production of this product as a pioneer in the industry of Afghanistan.
It is said that Herat saffron after producing and packing send to the markets with a sustainable prince.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 05:54

Taliban Attack Repulsed in Logar

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Pul-e-Alam (BNA) Taliban attack repulsed in Logar province by security forces last night.
Shahpoor Ahmadzai spokesman for Logar security commandment told BNA, armed Taliban stormed on police checkpoint in Shakar village, Logar province, their attack was repulsed by security forces and with arrival of assisting forces, the Taliban escaped from the site.
According to Ahmadzai, two Taliban insurgents were killed in the event.
The police checkpoint located near Pul-e-Alam city, and during the past month, it has been targeted five times by attackers.
T. Yarzada

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