Two units of territorial army forces comprised of 6,000 personnel have been organized to maintain security in the two districts.
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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.
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.
The ACCI meanwhile said that despite government’s promises to tackle the private sector’s problems, issues still remain.
The Afghan CEO's second deputy Mohammad Mohaqiq Saturday said that the national unity government (
US president has called a CIA assessment blaming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal…
The CIA’s finding, first reported by the Washington Post, is the most definitive U.S. assessment to date.
North Korea’s UN Mission said in a statement that it “resolutely and totally rejects” the Un resolution.
Sri Lanka’s parliament passed a no-confidence motion against recently appointed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and his government on…
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 photos show the challenges Afghan girls are facing including early marriages and lack of access to education, said Rada Akbar.
Some critics, including lawmakers and users, still contend that Facebook’s bolstered systems and processes are prone to errors…
Officials from the Afghanistan Meteorological Authority say they are planning to open similar centers in the provinces.
Students of Afarinesh Institute, who work with the Afghanistan Robotic House, took part in the third annual robot exhibition in Kabul…
Amazon has until now sold a limited assortment from Apple previously that included Mac computers and Beats headphones.
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
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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
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…