Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Sunday, August 1st, 2021

Poverty and Child Labor

August 01,2021 | Editorials

On a burning day of summer, his face was saturated with sweat, his disheveled hair; messy clothes with patches on them and exhausted expression on his face were the displays ...Read more

Concerns Continue about Adverse Effects of Troop Pullout

July 28,2021 | Editorials

The withdrawal of US troops has caused serious concerns for neighboring states, which fear the spillover of the conflict and extremist incursions. It also triggered...Read more

Women Discriminated Sexually around the Globe

July 27,2021 | Editorials

Stories of rape are making frequent headlines in the international media despite the human rights discourse. Women fall victims to gang rape simply for their gender distinction. Their inherent rights and dignity are trampled upon for being women.Read more

National »

Ghani Meets with Politicians, Jihadi Leaders to Garner More Support for Peace

Ghani Meets with Politicians, Jihadi Leaders to Garner More Support for Peace

August 01,2021 | National

KABUL - President Ashraf Ghani has emphasized the need for the continuation of peace talks in Doha and national mobilization in support of the Afghan Security and Defense...Read More

Pakistan, Russia, US, China Representatives to Discuss Afghanistan in Doha

Pakistan, Russia, US, China  Representatives to Discuss Afghanistan in Doha

August 01,2021 | National

DOHA - Troika Plus meeting comprised of Afghanistan’s key players, Pakistan, Russia, the United States, and China is planned to be arranged in the Qatari capital ...Read More

UN Compound Attacked in Herat, NATO, Britain, US Condemned

UN Compound Attacked in Herat, NATO, Britain, US Condemned

August 01,2021 | National

HERAT - NATO in Afghanistan and British Embassy based in Kabul have reacted to the attack on the United Nations facility in western Herat province on Friday...Read More

Kabul, Ankara Discuss Airport Security, Bilateral Ties

Kabul, Ankara  Discuss Airport  Security, Bilateral Ties

August 01,2021 | National

KABUL - Afghan and Turkish defence ministers have exchanged views on the overall situation in the region and Kabul airport’s security, a media outlet reported on Saturday ...Read More

MoFA Urges Pressure on Taliban to Stop Bloodshed

MoFA Urges Pressure on  Taliban to Stop Bloodshed

August 01,2021 | National

KABUL - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday condemned in the strongest terms the armed attack by the Taliban on UNAMA office in western Herat province. ...Read More

Displaced Afghan Families Suffer in Makeshift Camps, Hoping to Live in Peace

Displaced Afghan Families Suffer in Makeshift Camps, Hoping to Live in Peace

August 01,2021 | National

MAZAR-I-SHARIF - Bibi Maryam, a displaced woman in Mazar-i-Sharif city, the capital of Afghanistan's northern Balkh province, sits in front of her tent in a makeshift camp with ...Read More

RSF Seeks Safety for Journalists in Afghanistan

RSF Seeks Safety for  Journalists in Afghanistan

August 01,2021 | National

KABUL - Reporters without borders organization, RSF, and other organizations supporting media in Afghanistan at a gathering on Friday said the security situation in the country ...Read More

International »

Pentagon Grappling with New Vaccine Orders; Timing Uncertain

Pentagon Grappling with New Vaccine Orders;  Timing Uncertain

August 01,2021 | International

WASHINGTON -  Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is vowing he “won’t let grass grow under our feet” as the department begins to implement the new vaccine ...Read More

EU Q2 GDP Rebounds, Unemployment Drops: Eurostat

EU Q2 GDP Rebounds, Unemployment  Drops: Eurostat

August 01,2021 | International

BRUSSELS-  Gross domestic product (GDP) in the eurozone rebounded two percent in the second quarter (Q2) of this year compared to the previous one on the back of two consecutive ...Read More

Mexico Won’t be ‘Hostage’ to Big Pharma, President Says, as Internet Predicts Trouble after Country Rejects Covid Jabs for Kids

Mexico Won’t be ‘Hostage’ to Big Pharma, President Says, as Internet Predicts Trouble  after Country Rejects Covid Jabs for Kids

August 01,2021 | International

Social media users have theorized that President Andres Manuel López Obrador could face severe repercussions after he refused to purchase Covid vaccines for children ...Read More

Australia’s Brisbane Set for ‘Strictest Lockdown’ Yet after SIX New Cases Spotted

Australia’s Brisbane Set for ‘Strictest  Lockdown’ Yet after SIX New Cases Spotted

August 01,2021 | International

Brisbane is headed for another “snap” lockdown, following six new local coronavirus infections, forcing most residents in Australia’s third-most populous city ...Read More

Cultural Sites in China, India, Iran, Spain Inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List

Cultural Sites in China, India, Iran, Spain Inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List

July 27,2021 | International

PARIS-  Four sites in China, India, Iran and Spain have been inscribed on the World Heritage List, announced the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural ...Read More

UN Chief Calls for Leadership of G20 on Climate Action

UN Chief Calls for Leadership of G20  on Climate Action

July 27,2021 | International

UNITED NATIONS- UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Sunday called for leadership of the Group of 20 (G20) on global climate action. ...Read More

Editorials »

Poverty and Child Labor

August 01,2021 | Editorials

On a burning day of summer, his face was saturated with sweat, his disheveled hair; messy clothes with patches on them and exhausted expression on his face were the displays ...Read More

Concerns Continue about Adverse Effects of Troop Pullout

July 28,2021 | Editorials

The withdrawal of US troops has caused serious concerns for neighboring states, which fear the spillover of the conflict and extremist incursions. It also triggered...Read More

Women Discriminated Sexually around the Globe

July 27,2021 | Editorials

Stories of rape are making frequent headlines in the international media despite the human rights discourse. Women fall victims to gang rape simply for their gender distinction. Their inherent rights and dignity are trampled upon for being women.Read More

What Lessons Should We Learn From Military Advances of the Taliban?

July 26,2021 | Editorials

Despite regional efforts for sanctifications of the Taliban, the Taliban continued horrible deeds and crimes forcing thousands of civilians to leave their hometowns ...Read More

Afghan Nation Must Face the Current Challenges Appropriately

July 25,2021 | Editorials

It is widely believed concept that the nations that go through difficult times ultimately gain a sense of admiration for peace, tranquility and progress and the members ...Read More

Social and Political Background of Taliban

July 24,2021 | Editorials

The Taliban’s sudden emergence in 1994, their swift military upshot and strange ideology brought surprise not only to Afghanistan but to the entire world. A number of political pundits believed that the Taliban – unlike the jihadi groups which came from the heart of Afghan society – were the product of strangers’ supports...Read More

Afghans Expectations from Doha Talks

July 18,2021 | Editorials

The Intra-Afghan Peace talks will be resumed after a long stalemate. As the Taliban insisted to discuss the peace issues with senior Afghan leaders, the new Republic negotiators ...Read More

Article/opinion »

Editing the Taliban’s picture is condemned in Failure

Editing the Taliban’s picture is  condemned in Failure

August 01,2021 | Sattar Soroush | opinion

By providing the Al-Qaeda Network with a safe haven, the Taliban caused the United States and the rest of the world being witnessed with the September 11 incident...Read More

A US-Russia Deal on Afghanistan?

A US-Russia Deal on Afghanistan?

August 01,2021 | Djoomart Otorbaev | opinion

During their June 16 Geneva summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly offered US President Joe Biden the use of Russian military bases in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan ...Read More

The Moral and Legal Responsibility of the United Nations about the puzzle of Afghanistan

The Moral and Legal Responsibility of the United  Nations about the puzzle of Afghanistan

July 31,2021 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari | opinion

Although mediating and resolving disputes between hostile groups and countries is one of the most important responsibilities of the United Nations, this organization has played no ...Read More

Negotiation Profile of Afghanistan: A Reality Check and Beyond

Negotiation Profile of Afghanistan: A Reality  Check and Beyond

July 31,2021 | Dr. Rajkumar Singh | opinion

The official engagement and signing of an agreement with Taliban by the United States of America on February 29, 2020, without involving any other stakeholders has made it a valid ...Read More

Covid-19 and its Impacts on Economic Relations between Afghanistan and India (part 1)

Covid-19 and its Impacts on Economic Relations  between Afghanistan and India (part 1)

July 28,2021 | Written by: Mohammad Jawad Mohaddesi / Translated by: Mohammad Zahir Akbari | opinion

According to one of Wikipedia’s most authoritative scientific and research sources, the coronavirus was discovered in the 1960s, but the formal libertine of the Covid-19 ...Read More

Globalization Strikes Back

Globalization Strikes Back

July 28,2021 | Richard Haass | opinion

The summer of 2021 has come to be largely defined by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and accelerating climate change. Both are manifestations of ...Read More

Why the Taliban Cannot Win the War?

Why the Taliban Cannot Win the War?

July 27,2021 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari | opinion

Although the Taliban have had rapid advances in winning the battlefield and capturing about 200 districts throughout the country, they failed in winning the heart of the people...Read More