The closure of the health facilities will affects hundreds of thousands of people, SCA said in a statement.
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MPs said first they should clear the fate of the newly established budgetary units and then they will approve the national budget.
Herat officials said the local budgetary units have spent at least 99 percent of their development budget.
MPs said the spending of development budget is sometimes hindered by donors.
The IWA report says Ghani’s aides have made such promises in Herat, Paktia and Daikundi provinces.
England won men's cricket World Cup for the first time after one of the most amazing games of cricket ever played was tied twice.
Rashid Khan was appointed as the new captain of Afghanistan’s National Cricket team on Friday.
Patricia Gossman writes that Geneva Conference will be a chance for Afghanistan’s donors to do more than check boxes.
Officials said the peace talks on Afghanistan will be discussed on the second day of the Geneva Conference.
Next month’s conference will bring together the Afghan government and international stakeholders to discuss progress achieved in the past…
Officials at the Ministry of Finance said that so far 55 percent of Brussels' commitments have been fulfilled.
New Zealand lawmakers in April rushed through new legislation to ban so-called military-style weapons.
The first delivery of the S-400 air defense systems arrived on Friday at an air base near the capital, Ankara.
Earlier on Wednesday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Britain would face “consequences” over the seizure of the Iranian tanker.
Iran has long threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz, through which almost a fifth of the world’s oil passes.
Sahraa Karimi hailed the contribution of those who made efforts to protect the assets of Afghan Film during the Civil War.
In 2009, archaeologists discovered a cache of pharaonic-era mummies in brightly-colored, painted wooden coffins, Reuters reported at the…
The Global Center for Pluralism selected the finalists from 538 nominees spanning 74 countries.
Mahira Khan says that Afghans refugees are the victims of “terrorism and displacement”.
The robot named after Ada Lovelace, a 19th-century countess, thought to be the world’s first computer programmer.
The ice melt may get worse this year as the ice began melting much before it did in 2012.
NASA will allow up to two private trips to the station per year, each lasting up to 30 days, NASA said. The first mission could be as…
The approvals will trigger investment in the telecommunications sector which will benefit top vendors…
A view of the city of Bamiyan - Photo: Hayatullah Amanat
A new look of Darulaman Palace in Kabul
Band-e-Amir, Bamiyan province - Photos: Hasiba Atakpal
Ghaznain Fort in the old city of Ghazni - Photo: Wahid Ahmadi
Wakhan District of Badakhshan - Photo: Parwiz Shamal
Crowded markets in Pul-e-Bagh-e-Omomi in downtown Kabul as Afghans are preparing to celebrate Eid al-Fitr – Photo: Hayatullah Amanat
Pamiri woman baking bread - Photo: Parwiz Shamal
Pamiri women, Badakhshan, Afghanistan - Photo: Parwiz Shamal
Afghan national treasures were displayed at Tsinghua University Art Museum in Beijing, China. The exhibition displayed a total of 231 pieces.
Twenty relics recovered in Kohsan district in Herat were returned to government – Photos: Fariba Aram
Ajmal Shams writes that Afghan-US relations will enter a new era after peace returns to Afghanistan.
Oğuzhan Ertuğrul writes that Turkish-Afghan solidarity has yielded new investments in Afghan education system.
Mariam Amini writes that there should be severe consequences for those who commit sexual abuse.