Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission documented 2,488 civilian casualties in the past three months.
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The Finance Ministry spokesman says development budget expenditure has increased this year.
Parliament rejected allocating a budget for certain institutions until procedures and discussion around these are wrapped up.
The Finance Ministry has allocated AFs399 billion for the 1398 fiscal year’s budget.
Finance ministry said budget has been allocated to the new departments based on the law, despite MPs disapproval.
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.
Analysts said that the prospect for the Afghan government leaders to deliver on the promises in Geneva is “very weak”.
President Ghani called the US its "key ally" and praised the Trump administration's South Asia policy as a "game changer" for Afghanistan.
President Ghani says the roadmap for peace negotiations is the outcome of several months of consultations with Afghans.
The two-day conference opened Tuesday with top diplomats attending from countries like Germany, Russia and Iran.
Iran has made any talks conditional on first being able to export as much oil as it did before the US withdrew from the nuclear pact.
Hunt told Zarif that Britain would facilitate the release of the tanker if Tehran gave guarantees it would not go to Syria.
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.
Local officials said efforts are underway to restore the marketplace which is a historical site.
ArtLords painted a mural on a wall in London to tell the world what problems Afghan media are facing.
The award was received by Afghan ambassador in Sri Lanka, Mohammad Ashraf Haidari.
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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
Patricia Gossman writes that those participating in the intra-Afghan talks should include the reformers—many of them women.
M. Ashraf Haidari writes that free press has played a crucial role in Afghanistan.
Masuda Sultan writes that the Taliban acknowledged that women will be able to study and work.