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Saturday, 14 September 2019 05:31

Weapons Smuggler Arrested in Nangarhar

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Jalalabad (BNA) A weapons smuggler was arrested in Nangahrar province.
The man has been arrested while transferring weapons from outskirt of Dorbaba District.
Security official of Nangarhar told BNA, hundreds of heavy and light weapons were seized from the detainees.
The detained man in his first investigation confesses to smuggling and selling weapons in the country.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The construction work of a girls’ high school started in Kandahar province yesterday.
A function was held with presence of deputy governor of Kandahar and a number of domestic and foreign guests, Abdul Qader Paiwaston education head of Kandahar talked about the schools need in a society.
The school will be constructed from budget of UNHCR office at the cost of 7,200,000 Afghani and will have classrooms, administrative rooms and other educational facilities, will be completed in the next four months.
Head of Kandahar education dept. called construction of the school is valuable step to provide students with a suitable learning environment.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Faizabad (BNA) Six Taliban insurgents were killed in a clearing operation conducted by security forces in Badakhshan province last night.
The Taliban were targeted in Keran and Menjan district and arrested.
ANA top commander in north of the country told BNA, six armed Taliban were arrested in the operation.
Several region have been cleared from Taliban insurgents, he added.

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Mehtarlam (BNA) Three Taliban mine planters were killed in their own mine explosion in Laghman province yesterday.
The Taliban wanted to transfer several bomb and mines to a crowded area, before reaching to their evil goal, one of the mines was exploded and killed them.
Selab army corps press office with releasing a statement told BNA, three Taliban mine planters were killed in the explosion.
T. Yarzada

Thursday September 12, 2019
PUL-E-KHUMRI CITY (BNA) The reconstruction work of a water canal has started in Nahrin district, northern Baghlan province yesterday.
According to BNA report, in-charge of agriculture, irrigation and livestock department in Baghlan told, the water canal at the length of 4km and with a sum of 22 million Afghanis will be reconstructed by water management program, ministry of agriculture, irrigation and livestock.
By reconstruction of the water canal 3500 acres of land will be irrigated.

Thursday, 12 September 2019 09:47

Member of Taliban Terrorist Joined Peace Process

Thursday, September 12, 2019
Sar-e-Pul (BNA) A member of Taliban terrorist group has joined peace process in Sancharak District, Sar-e-Pul province.
Noor Aqa Faizi press in charge of Sar-e-Pul security directorate told BNA, Mullah Mohammad known Khalid who was working in group of Mawlavi Samaruddin Taliban shadow governor for the mentioned district, was joined with his weapon to peace process in Sar-e-Pul province.
He called on other members of Taliban to stop fighting and join the government.
T. Yarzada

Thursday, September 12, 2019
Maimana (BNA) Shadow governor of Taliban for Almar District, Faryab province was killed in an air raid of Afghan security forces last night.
Shaheen 209 army corps spokesman told BNA, Mullah Sarwar shadow governor of Taliban for Almar District, Faryab province was killed with three other insurgents in Mirshadi village, of the mentioned district.
A Saracha car with numerous of military equipment has been destroyed in the air raid, said the source.
T. Yarzada


Thursday, 12 September 2019 06:51


Thursday, September 12, 2019

Maimana (BNA) From September attacks that killed almost three thousand people in United States 18 years passed, but US authorities say still the danger of attack on that country exists.
BNA political affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes  18 years ago on September 11, 2002 the US territory was the scene of  the most deathly terrorist attacks that the worst political, economic, security and military consequences for that country and badly affected Afghanistan and some other countries of the world.
On September 11, 2001 Al- Qaeda terrorist group carried out a series of terrorist attacks on US territory attacks the most horrible attacks were carried out on international trade towers that claimed the lives of 2977 people.
The attacks were carried out by 19 Arab origin men, shocked Americans, because they considered themselves unrivaled in the world after the collapse of Soviet Union in early 1990s. But the incidents of September 11 indicated that that country is facing Islamic movements and organizations that America called them terrorists and extremists.
Al- Qaida that carried out the attacks of September attacks, their lead Asama bin Laden lived in Afghanistan supported by Islamic Emirate of Taliban.
Islamic Emirate of Taliban that officially recognized by the three American allied countries (Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and United Arabic Emeries) avoid handing over Asama to America. This made America at head of an international counter terrorism coalition invaded Afghanistan to arrest Asama the designer of the attacks of September 11 and punish him. Finally, they found him in Pakistan in 2011 and killed him.
America since 2001 is fighting against terrorism and extremism calling it international mission against terrorism sustained heavy casualties and losses but Afghanistan has been the main victim of war against terrorism.

After the collapse of so called Islamic Emirates the leaders of the group and Al- Qaida leaders returned in to their hideout in Pakistan and again welcomed and supported by Pakistani and a number of Gulf countries intelligence services and again has  been causing sever pains and problems in Afghanistan and in the region.
The Afghans have lost their best sons in this heinous conflict, their economic infrastructure collapsed and this is the Afghans who are fighting against terrorism as world proxy.

Today America and the west are talking about revival of Al- Qaeda and express concern over carrying terrorist attacks on America and on its allies once again.
Afghans believe that until America not inter in to the war against terrorism honestly with a precise and practical program and not focus  on funding sources and the countries that equip  and support terrorists and if spend billions of dollars  will not achieve its objectives in war again terrorism.

Thursday, 12 September 2019 06:50

Govt.’s Statement on 9/11 Anniversary

Thursday September 12, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The September 11, 2001 horrific and heinous attacks left a dark day in the history of the United States and the world, the Presidential Palace said in a statement. “On the day, the terrorist group of Al-Qaeda committed a horrific crime and launched a series of destructive terrorist attacks in the United States which claimed nearly 300 innocent lives, wounded thousands and left billions of dollars of loss to the American people,” the statement said. On the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, President Ashraf Ghani stressed that, “The government of Afghanistan as a responsible member of the international community conveys its profound sympathies and empathies to the American government and nation as well as the families who lost their loved ones in the attack.
The tragedy of 9/11 took place when the Taliban regime had already gained ground in Afghanistan and had occupied a majority of the Afghan territory, turning it into a safe haven for the presence and operation of international terrorist networks, including Al-Qaeda and hosting Osama Bin Laden on its top, according to the statement. The government of Afghanistan with the support of the international community, at the top of that the United States, has been fighting on the front lines of the war on global terror alongside with the United States and other major allies and has been paying the ultimate sacrifices to defend the security of the region and the world in the past 18 years, the statement said. Afghanistan and the international community, however, face a common threat and the terrorist groups strive to once again turn Afghanistan into their safe haven and launch pad for terrorist attacks, the statement concluded.

Thursday, 12 September 2019 06:49

UN Stresses Direct Afghan-Taliban Talks

Thursday September 12, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The U.N. envoy for Afghanistan said Tuesday it is imperative for direct talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban to start quickly, and he urged the militant Islamist group to retract its threat to disrupt the upcoming presidential election. Tadamichi Yamamoto told the Security Council that the events of recent days and weeks “have shown, more than ever, the urgency of finding a political settlement to the long Afghan conflict.” Yamamoto spoke three days after President Donald Trump abruptly halted U.S.-Taliban talks, citing an upsurge in attacks by the Islamic insurgent group. The cancellation put a spotlight on the Sept. 28 presidential election.
The U.N. envoy said opportunities for peace over the past year “created hope, but also fear for many,” and made clear that the conflict can only be resolved by direct talks involving “the whole spectrum of Afghan society.” “It is imperative therefore that direct talks between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban commence as soon as possible,” Yamamoto said. He urged the parties to the conflict and all those interested in peace to keep working to bring about direct talks. Recent informal talks between the Taliban and representatives of Afghan society in Doha and Moscow addressed some key issues for peace, Yamamoto said. He expressed hope this would be carried forward and deepened.
Peace efforts must address and lead to a reduction in violence and an eventual cease-fire, he said. But, Yamamoto added, “Any political settlement must include a promise to continue to protect and advance human rights and fundamental freedoms for all who live in Afghanistan, including those of women, youth and minorities as well as the freedom of expression and the media.” Yamamoto said security, voter turnout and fraud are major challenges for the presidential election. While the Afghan government’s technical and operational preparations for the elections are on track, he said, “we still hear much anxiety expressed by Afghan citizens particularly in view of the Taliban’s stated threat to disrupt the electoral process, especially by targeting civilians participating in the elections.”
Stressing that attacks on voters and polling stations are “clear violations of international law,” Yamamoto urged the Taliban to withdraw its threat. And he urged the government to provide adequate security to safeguard the electoral process. Yamamoto said 9.6 million people have registered to vote, but turnout could be affected by security worries. “Credible elections would provide an important political foundation for the future of the country as well as legitimacy and authority to the elected president, which would be particularly important in view of the expected peace process,” he said.

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