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Saturday, July 18, 2020
Sharan (BNA) Three suicide bombers were killed in a military shooting in Paktika last night.
The assailants were targeted last night when they wanted to attacked on two military checkpoints in Khoshamand district.
ANA senior commander in east of country told BNA, the attackers wanted to storm on two military checkpoints, which were shooting by security forces.
According to reports, the militaries had identified the attackers before reaching the checkpoints.
It is said that no any harm and casualties incurred to security forces and civilians in the attack.
T. Yarzada

 

Saturday, 18 July 2020 03:29

Mine Blast Wound Civilians in Baghlan

Saturday, July 18, 2020
Pul-e-Khomri (BNA) Three civilians were wounded in a blast in Pul-e-Khomri city, Baghlan yesterday.
Jaweed Basharat police spokesman of Baghlan said, a bomb struck shortly in front of a police recruiting center in the northern city of Pul-e-Khumri.
Three civilians were injured in the blast, he added.
T. Yarzada

 

Saturday, July 18, 2020
Kabul (BNA) A statement from the Presidential Palace said in Thursday that President Ghani travelled to Ghazni province to assess the province general situation.
Chairing a meeting, the president listened to reports from civil and military officials in a security meeting.
First governor Wahidullah Kalimzai briefed the president on the overall security situation in the province, casualties to the militants in clearing operations and others, according to the statement.
Security officials said security forces defended the country and the people with high morale and defense and security forces stationed in Ghazni worked in coordination to naturalize the threats.
“Ghazni city is protected from the enemy threat and from being collapsed, however, the fundamental threat remains.”
President Ghani asked security and defense officials to share a clear assessment of Ghazni situation with him.
He praised the efforts of security forces, but did not call the security situation as reliable, saying the people of Ghazni should be ensured their security and convinced that all central departments were in their service. He asked the authorities concerned to fundamentally evaluate the district administrative, police and intelligence chiefs.
Yarzada

 

Saturday, July 18, 2020
Kabul (BNA) The Ministry of Public Health on Friday reported 159 new cases of COVID-19 out of 572 samples tested in the last 24 hours, but it reported 32 deaths, a record number of victims of the coronavirus in the country. Kabul topped the list with 22 deaths in a day, following by Logar (6), Kapisa (3) and Herat (1).
The confirmed cases were reported in Kabul (109), Herat (20), Ghor (11), Paktia (4), Takhar (4), Panjshir (3), Kunar (2), Laghman (2), Wardak (1), Parwan (1), Logar (1) and Nangarhar (1). With this, the total cumulated COVID-19 cases reached 35,229, while there are 10,874 active cases of the virus in the country.
The reported recovered cases reached 23,203 while COVID-19 deaths stand at 1,147. Data by the Ministry of Public Health shows that so far 82,924 samples have been tested.
This comes as the lockdown is no longer being enforced in all the cities except for the closure of schools and universities that the government says will reopen on August 5.
Yarzada

 

Saturday, July 18, 2020
Kabul (BNA) China has applauded the resumption of trade relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan after land crossings between the two neighboring countries were opened following a temporary closure under the COVID-19 crisis.
Pakistan has opened five key routes with Afghanistan, including Torkham and Chaman crossings, for bilateral trade and transit over the past three weeks. The other three routes now open to Afghanistan are Ghulam Khan, Angor Ada and Dand-e-Patan.
The trade routes were closed by Pakistan back in March to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. “China supports the extension of the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan, which will bring more BRI (China's Belt and Road Initiative) benefits to the Afghan people,” Chinese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Hua Chunying said in a media briefing on Thursday. “China is pleased to see Gwadar port plays a positive role in this process and stands ready to work together with Pakistan and Afghanistan in this regard,” she said.
Yarzada


 

Saturday, July 18, 2020
Kabul (BNA) Amid efforts for peace in Afghanistan, president Ghani says that for the peace process to progress, the fate of the prisoners of the security and defense forces must be clarified.
“The reason why the process of releasing Taliban’s prisoners is moving forward is because I want the fate of every prisoner of the Afghan security and defense forces to be clear.
The peace process will not go on until the fate of our heroes is clarified,” president Ghani said during his visit to Ghazni province on Thursday.
In another part of his speech, President Ghani said that the people of Afghanistan will never give a Taliban emirate supremacy over the republic, and the Taliban should know that the people will make the final decision.
The release of prisoners is one of the Taliban 's preconditions to start peace talks.
According to the US peace agreement with the Taliban, up to 5,000 Taliban prisoners from the government prisons, and 1,000 security forces prisoners held by the Taliban, must be released before peace talks begin.
But about four months after the agreement was signed, some 4,200 Taliban prisoners have been released by the government and about 850 government prisoners have been released by the Taliban.
Yarzada

 

Saturday, July 18, 2020
Kabul (BNA) The 52nd founding anniversary of the Afghan Film was marked on Thursday with participation of government officials at the Directorate of the Afghan Film in Kabul.
The ceremony was also attended by the acting minister of Information and Culture, Mohammad Tahir Zuhair, the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture, a number of filmmakers and cultural figures of the country. The acting Minister of Information and Culture, Mohammad Tahir Zuhair, spoke at the event, saying that the film industry has suffered the most during forty years of war and conflict.
The Acting Minister of Information and Culture stressed that Afghan Film must fulfill its national obligation to produce film and develop the film industry.
Acting Minister Zuhair described the development of the Afghan National Cinema Policy as one of the most important priorities of the Ministry of Information and Culture.
The Acting Minister of Information and Culture also added: "In the current world, everything, especially cinema, is changing; We must change the situation of Afghan film with a clear and effective solution and make a positive change in it. Meanwhile, Professor Mohammad Rasul Bawary, Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture of the Ministry of Information and Culture, also spoke about the history of the establishment of cinema in the country and said that cinema was established for the first time at the time of Shah Amanullah Ghazi. Bawari pointed to the ups and downs in the history of the country's cinema and emphasized that today the film industry in the country is developing.
The Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture considered the recent Afghan film initiatives as unprecedented in the history of the country’s cinema. Speaking on the occasion, Sahra Karimi, Director of Afghan Film, pointed to the problems of Afghan Film and said: "In the past year, we worked hard and mobilized Afghan Film, and despite all the shortcomings and difficulties, we were able to do important things to create mobility.”
At the ceremony, Mohammad Tahir Zuhair, Acting Minister of Information and Culture, and Mohammad Rasul Bawary Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture, handed over plaques of appreciations prepared by the Afghan Film leadership to a number of Afghan filmmakers and staff. Also on the sidelines of the ceremony, Mohammad Tahir Zuhair, Acting Minister of Information and Culture, inaugurated the Afghan Film Library.
Yarzada

 

Tuesday July 14, 2020
CHARIKAR CITY (BNA) A man killed his three family members in Jabul Saraj district, central Parwan province late on Monday.
Nasir Ahmad Kapisawal police chief of Jabul Saraj by confirmed the news told BNA, the man killed his wife, sister and grandfather in ShirBaqi region, Jabul Saraj district of the province.
The main reason behind the incident is family hostility the suspect fled from the area, police personnel are searching to identify and capture the perpetrators of the event.
According to another report, Afghan national police succeeded to discover and defuse a roadside mine in Aabshing region, Jabul Saraj district, Parwan-Bamyan highway.
M.A.Ansari

 

Tuesday July 14, 2020
Kabul (BNA) US soldier was killed in non-combat mission in southern Kandahar province.
Pentagon or US department of defense by releasing a statement reported that, 1st Lt. Joseph Trent Allbaugh, 24, from Folsom, California, died as the result of a non-combat-related incident, July 12, 2020, in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
By killing Allbaugh, 10 US soldiers were killed since 2020 in Afghanistan.
M.A.Ansari

 

Tuesday July 14, 2020
NEELI CITY (BNA) Cash have been donated to 189 destitute and poor families in Daykundi province.
Reza Mohammadi head of labor, social affairs, martyrs and disabled department in Daykundi told BNA, the cash have provided by organization of reconstruction and social services of Afghanistan and donated to the families in Neeli city the provincial capital and districts of the province.
The cash have been donated the families, those have illness children and remained from school, Mohammadi added.
M.A.Ansari

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