Demand in the Chinese market for healthy pine nuts has increased since the launch last month of an air cargo corridor.
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An economic affairs analyst said projects implemented through this budget are not providing the people with what they need.
Once the draft budget has been approved it will be sent through to the Wolesi Jirga for MPs to sign off on.
Lawmakers said they will try to solve the budget deficit problem before approving the draft budget for the next fiscal year.
MPs have said however there are still problems with the draft budget and that these need to be resolved.
India defeated Afghanistan by 74 runs in their opening match of the 3rd ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup…
The Afghan U20 National Futsal Team for the first time qualified for 2019 AFC U20 Futsal Championship.
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.
Putin accused the United States of blaming Russia for violations as a pretext for Washington to exit the pact.
The conflict is seen as a proxy war between Sunni Muslim power Riyadh and Shi’ite Tehran.
The US State Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The US Senate is due to consider this week a resolution to end support for the conflict…
The ancient coffin was one of two found earlier this month by a French-led mission in the northern area of El-Asasef, a necropolis on the…
A Kabul theater group took their production, The Schemes of Qaseem, to Herat residents this week.
The fate of Syria’s ancient heritage has hung in the balance for much of the conflict, as fighting erupted in major sites such as the Old…
A local organization has painted a mural of the late Kandahar police chief on a wall in Kabul in a bid to honor him and all fallen…
The spacecraft was launched in May and will spend the next 24 months - about one Martian year - collecting a wealth of data.
NASA hopes to receive real-time confirmation of the craft’s arrival from data relayed by a pair of miniature satellites that will be…
The Mars landing will also be available to viewers around the world via NASA’s website and social media platforms.
Some critics, including lawmakers and users, still contend that Facebook’s bolstered systems and processes are prone to errors…
Farmers harvesting carrots from their fields in Qarghayi district in Laghman province - Photos Ziar Yad
A two-day exhibition of women’s handicrafts exhibition was held in Badakhshan to mark the International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women. Photo: Nematullah Ahmadi
Salang Pass in Parwan province blanketed in snow after heavy snowfall last week. Photo: Rohullah Arman
Nangarhar women exhibit their products and fresh produce at an expo in Jalalabad which was organized to promote women entrepreneurs
A Nangarhar cauliflower farmer carefully tends to his crop as harvest time arrives. Photos: Ziar Yaad
A group of cyclists spotted on Jalalabad Road in Kabul city this weekend. Photo: Kathy Whitehead
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
Patricia Gossman writes that Geneva Conference will be a chance for Afghanistan’s donors to do more than check boxes
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…