President Ashraf Ghani’s spokesman says peace is a national process and that it needs a national delegation.
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The Ministry of Finance says government continues its efforts to reduce its dependence on covering the national budget with foreign aid.
Ministry of Finance says it has set aside AFs 124 billion for the development budget for the next financial year.
The aim of the contest is to select 80 wushu fighters to represent Kabul at a national selection competition.
SunRisers Hyderabad and Kings XI Punjab announced their retention lists on Thursday evening.
In a joint communique issued on Wednesday night by the 75 countries and over 22 international orga
President Ashraf Ghani returned to Kabul early Thursday after attending the two-day Brussels Summi
Delivering the closing speech of the Brussels Summit on Wednesday, Afghan CEO Abdullah Abdullah sa
Addressing the Brussels Conference on Afghanistan on Wednesday, Adviser to the Pakistan prime mini
Javad Zarif said he thinks Trump has committed a grave mistake by trying to project the American military might as well as the American…
The UN has meanwhile said conditions are not yet safe for their return, in part because Myanmar Buddhists have been protesting against…
The Turkish president said they have given the tapes now to Saudi Arabia, the US, Germany, France and the UK…
The move comes amid an intense power struggle in the country over the past two weeks after the president fired the prime minister.
The UK Ambassador in Kabul says diversity of music, culture and languages in Afghanistan are symbols of unity in the country.
Arsan Fahim, an Afghan pianist, says that for him, journalists are the heroes of Afghanistan and that he wants to honor them by music.
A letter from Ahmad Shah Durrani, the founder of the Durrani Empire in Afghanistan, to Mustafa III, Shah of Ottoman, was also displayed…
Young artists from Badakhshan performed traditional music and women cooked different dishes to honor the ancient culture of the country.
Sogou, a local tech firms, that developed the robot said it was not sure when the technology would actually go into use.
Scientific consensus has found that the impacts of climate change are being felt today with stronger storms, drought and wildfire…
Scientists have discovered crystals that formed earlier than 4 billion years ago in the Barberton Mountains of South Africa.
According to the plan, 10 single-use plastic products would be banned by 2021 and EU states would have to recycle 90% of plastic bottles.
Peanut-sellers are a common sight on the streets of Jalalabad, in Nangarhar, where this popular snack is grown. Photo: Ziar Yaad
First rain this season for Mazar-e-Sharif in Balkh province - Photo: Aref Musavi
Jalalabad lights up at night with vendors catching late-night shoppers. Photo: Ziar Yaad
IEC staff have started the massive task of counting ballots from this weekend’s elections. Photo: Ziar Yaad
I Will Vote!
Children play on the roof of their house in Dar-e-Noor district, in Nangarhar province. Photo: Abdul Qodos Nawazi
Over 500 athletes from US, Singapore, Switzerland, France, Spain, Austria, Norway, Italy, Argentina, England, Wales and China participated in the 4th International Marathon in Bamiyan province on Friday.
Kandahar farmers harvest thousands of pomegranates that will also be sold internationally. Photo: Abdullah Hamim
A shopkeeper selling spice to his customers in a busy market in Nangarhar - Photo: Ziar Yaad
A vendor picks out fresh dates for customers in Nangarhar province. Photo: Ziar Yaad
Georgi Asatryan writes that once Taliban controlled the countryside, but that not now extremist groups have infiltrated the cities.
Maya Wang writes that the Chinese government’s religious restrictions are now so stringent that it has effectively outlawed the practice…
China and Afghanistan both issued their first stamps in the 1870s, at a time both countries faced upheaval, writes China’s Ambassador to…