Rahmat Shak made 72 against Sri Lanka in his team’s 92 run win against the team.
TOLOnews 10pm News 18 September 2018
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The new ACB chief says he will review the incumbent structure of Afghanistan Cricket Board.
No reasons were given as to why Mashal was replaced but his successor, Azizullah Fazli will officially take over on Wednesday.
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 (
President Ashraf Ghani returned to Kabul early Thursday after attending the two-day Brussels Summi
South Korea and North Korean leaders said they agreed to turn the Korean peninsula into a “land of peace without nuclear weapons and…
North and South Koreas leaders have begun their summit talks on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and other issues.
Parts of Hong Kong and Macau were severely flooded, while two people in China’s Guangdong province were reportedly killed in the typhoon.
“This is a hurricane event followed by a flood event,” said South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster.
Karim Asir is a Chaplin impersonator who entertains people across the capital in a bid to make them smile…
The remains of the ancient village is one of the oldest ever discovered in the region, and is around 7,000 years old.
Officials say they hope that thousands of people will visit the Chihil Sutun Palace once it is inaugurated to visitors.
The flask, seized at Gatwick Airport in London, was dug up in Afghanistan illegally before being smuggled to the UK, museum officials…
An Afghan ecologist reported that they directly observed markhor and ibex on the Afghan side of the Amu Darya River, the border with…
The laser splits into six beams and fires 10,000 pulses per second to collect very precise measurements for scientists to analyze.
The drawing is about 73,000 years old and shows cross-hatch lines sketched onto stone with red ochre pigment.
The charity service was launched by a former Afghan refugee, who travelled to the UK and against the odds became a qualified doctor.
A Pamiri child looks out for two calves in Badakhshan. Photo: Badakhshan Tourism
Girls having fun at UNICEF center in Herat. Photo: UNICEF
Kabul children playing soccer in a Bagh-e-Qazi park in the city. Photo: Salim Naeemi
Bright lights and colorful ribbons bring some cheer to war-weary Jalalabad as residents prepare for Afghanistan’s Independence Day on Sunday. Photo by: Ziar Yaad
Keeping up age-old traditions, this Badakhshan craftsman earns a living by making copper urns and jugs. Photo: Nematullah Ahmadi
Nangarhar residents picnic at the Darunta dam in Sorkh Rod district. Photo: Ziar Yaad Afghanistan
Kabul residents picnic in Paghman. Photo: Faridullah Hussainkhail
Taking a break in the shade in a potato field in Bamiyan. Photo: Nabilla Ashrafi
A child sits outside his home – a cave - in Bamiyan. Photo: Nabilla Ashrafi
Bamiyan children escape the heat under a tent, which serves as a local school. Photo: Nabilla Ashrafi
Afghans have shown their resilience in the past two week as they refuse to give up on the hope of peace.
As militants launch attacks to derail progress, we must support Afghans whose quiet resolve can be lost amid the noise of violence,…
Sophia Mourtaza, a fourth-year Environmental Resource Management student in the US speaks out about Kabul’s pollution.