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Friday March 8, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Afghan security personnel succeeded to discover and defuse 14 round of different type of mines from crowded areas of three provinces.
The mines have been discovered and confiscated by Afghan security forces with cooperation of local people in various parts of Kunar, Laghman and Nangarhar provinces.
Top commander of Afghan national army in the east of the country told BNA, by discovering and naturalizing 14 round of mines, several deadly incidents have been prevented in Kunar, Laghman and Nangarhar provinces.
No individual or group has commented regarding the failed mine plantings, but military officials claimed that Taliban and ISIS terrorist groups are responsible for the mine plantings.
M.A.Ansari

Friday March 8, 2019
TARINKOT CITY (BNA) As many as 13 Taliban militants were killed during air and round raids launched by Afghan security forces in southern Urozgan province.
The militants have been targeted inside their hideouts in vicinity of Tarinkot city the provincial capital of the province.
Top commander of Afghan national army in the south of the country said BNA correspondent, 13 armed oppositions including their local commander were killed during the air and ground raids.
Three hideouts of Taliban militants along with all military equipment have been demolished following the attacks, the source added.
According to another report, Afghan security forces succeeded to discover and defuse 4 round of different type of mines from crowded areas of Urozgan province.
By discovering and confiscating the mines, several deadly incidents have been prevented.
M.A.Ansari

Friday March 8, 2019
JALALABAD CITY (BNA) Foodstuffs and non-foodstuffs have been distributed to 600 needy and poor families in eastern Nangarhar province.
The aids have distributed by refugees and repatriation department that provided by charity organizations.
Press office of Nangarhar governor by releasing a statement reported that, foodstuffs and non-foodstuffs have been distributed to 600 needy families in the province.
The families are internal displaced and those returned from Pakistan that need more humanitarian aids.
M.A.Ansari

Friday March 8, 2019
JALALABAD CITY (BNA) At least 21 members of ISIS were killed during air raids carried out by Afghan air forces in eastern Nangarhar province last night.
The ISIS fighters have been targeted and killed in different parts of Momand Dara and Acheen districts of the province.
Senior commander of Afghan national army in the east of the country reported BNA, the loyalists of ISIS terrorist group have been targeted inside their hideouts in Momand Dara and Acheen districts.
It has been said, two hideouts of ISIS group along with all military equipment have been destroyed during the attacks, the source added.
M.A.Ansari

Friday March 8, 2019
KANDAHAR CITY (BNA) Foodstuffs and non-foodstuffs have been distributed to hundreds flood-damaged families in southern Kandahar province.
The families completely lost their houses due to flash floods in various parts of Kandahar province.
Press office of Kandahar governor by releasing a statement issued that, the foodstuffs and non-foodstuffs have bene provided by internal and external charity organizations include Shahid General Abdul Raziq charity foundation and distributed to 365 flood-affected families.
About 1500 families have been damaged due to recent flash floods in Kandahar province that all of them need serious humanitarian assistances.
M.A.Ansari

Friday March 8, 2019
HERAT CITY (BNA) Two top commanders of Taliban militants were killed during a military operation led by Afghan security forces in western Herat province last night.
The military operation has launched to suppress ant-government militias in various parts of Gulran district of the province, in which Mawlavi Qasim and Mawalavi Wazir senior commanders of Taliban along with their 5 men were killed, Col. Gulbuddin Alkozay commander of 5th battalion of National army in the west of the country told BNA reporter.
The commanders of their men were involved on organizing a series of terrorist and destructive activities that targeted and killed, the source added.
M.A.Ansari

Friday March 8, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Chairman of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC), in a gathering which observed Women’s Day, said that women’s share in the civil services had a five percent increase in just one year (2018.)
Ahmad Nader Nadery, Chairman of the IARCSC, considers individual capacity and skill growth, government leadership’s support for women, optimized recruitment process, and conducting nationwide collective exams as major factors in women’s increased presence in the civil services.
In 2017, women only made up 22 percent of civil servants, but as of now they have reached 27.3 percent. Chairman of the IARCSC expressed hope that participation of women in the civil services, in the future, will get to fifty percent.
Mr. Nadery, said: “The year that is about to end is one of the best years for women in Afghanistan civil services. In the past years, women had a larger share in the health and education sector, but today, luckily, women’s presence in other fields and different levels of management has also been made possible.”
Mr. Nadery warned that the changes that made the increase in women’s share in the civil services possible are not fully institutionalized and there is still a serious risk of rollback.
He said: “We can see these risks in different elements, whether in the political discussions, in the promising debate about end of the war, or in the discussion of the social and cultural barriers that women face.”
Referring to the policy of increasing participation of women in the civil services, Mr. Nadery said, optimizing procedures and Civil Service’s policies in recruitment and other fields have created a better and more favorable environment for women, so that they could be more competitive and more successful.
The policy of Increasing Women's Participation in Civil Service has recently been approved by the Cabinet and should be implemented by all government agencies. The policy is designed to provide women with possible opportunities, to create a safe working environment, and to encourage their involvement in the civil services.
The head of the Commission wants the media to hold those agencies accountable that do not properly cooperate in the implementation of this policy.
8th March, International Women’s Solidarity Day was celebrated at the Awtar Singh Hall in the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC).
M.A.Ansari

Friday February 22, 2019
KANDAHAR CITY (BNA) At least 11 Taliban fighters were killed during air and ground raids carried out by Afghan security forces in southern Kandahar province today.
The Taliban militants have been targeted and killed in relevant areas of Ghorak district of the province.
Senior commander of Atal army corps in the south of the country told BNA correspondent, 11 militants were killed and eight others were wounded during the attacks.
The Taliban rebels were busy on organizing a series of terrorist and destructive activities that targeted and killed, the source added.
M.A.Ansari

 

Friday February 22, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Afghan Taliban leaders said on February 21 that their new political chief will not attend peace talks with U.S. envoys that are due to place in Qatar next week.
U.S. officials want to meet with Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, hoping the Taliban's co-founder and military veteran will add momentum and have the clout to discuss issues that have made it difficult to broker a peace deal with Afghanistan’s government.
But senior Taliban leaders said Baradar would not be travelling to Qatar because he has had difficulties obtaining travel documents.
They said there are also differences among the Taliban leadership over the precise role that Baradar should have in the talks. Baradar was released from a Pakistani jail in October. His appointment was widely seen as marking a new push by the Taliban to achieve political and diplomatic legitimacy.
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Friday February 22, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan national cricket team in first T20 defeated Ireland national cricket team by five wickets.
Veteran all-rounder Mohammad Nabi starred with both bat and ball as Afghanistan defeated Ireland by five wickets Thursday's first Twenty20 international.
Afghanistan were in trouble after being reduced to 50-5 but the left-right batting pair of Nabi and Zadran, who made 40, ensured their team's eighth consecutive T20 win over Ireland.
Rashid Khan, the world's top-ranked T20 bowler, weaved his magic in his very first over, taking two wickets in the space of three deliveries as Ireland slipped to 65 for six in the 12th over.
Thursday's game was the first in a series of contests across all formats in the Indian city of Dehradun between the two countries who were both granted Test status in 2017.
The sides meet again in T20 games on Saturday and Sunday before beginning a five-match one-day series on 28 February.
The one-off Test match then starts on 15 March.
M.A.Ansari

 

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